ECSTASY IS A LANGUAGE. The only language that you
are born with is indeed ecstasy. However the saddest
part is that man has completely forgotten. Not that he
The word Taoshobuddha comes from three words, ‘tao,’ ‘sho,’
and ‘Buddha’. The word Tao was coined by the Chinese master,
Lau Tzu. It means that which is and cannot be put into words. It
is unknown and unknowable. It can only be experienced and not
expressed in words. Its magnanimity cannot be condensed into
finiteness. The word Sho implies, that which is vast like the sky
and deep like an ocean and carries within its womb a treasure
as ‘Bliss’. It also means one on whom the existence showers its
blessings. And lastly the word Buddha implies the Enlightened
One; one who has arrived home and whose consciousness that is
not clouded by thoughts, emotions, and sentiments together or
Thus, Taoshobuddha implies one who is existential, on whom
the existence showers its blessings and one who has arrived
home. The Enlightened One!
ECSTASY IS A LANGUAGE. The only language that you are
born with is indeed ecstasy. However the saddest part is
that man has completely forgotten. Not that he has
forgotten on his own accord instead he has been forced
or compelled to forget it. The society and the civilization
is against ecstasy. The society does not want you to be
ecstatic. Society and civilization rejoices when man is
miserable. And there is a reason for this.
The society has a tremendous investment in misery.
Society depends on misery. It feeds on misery, and
survives on misery. The society is not for human beings.
The society is using human beings as a means for itself.
The society has become more important than humanity.
The culture, the civilization, the church, they all have
become more important. They were meant to be for
man, but now they are not for man. They have almost
reversed the whole process; now man exists for them.
Remember society as such does not exist. I have not seen