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Chapter 37

Osho occupies the window seat and I sit next to Him. He tells me that He needs to rest and I have to make sure no one disturbs Him. I nod my head in assurance and He closes His eyes.

After about half an hour our breakfast of tea and toast has arrived. I keep the tray on the little shelf which is attached to the back of the seat in front. I am confused wondering if I should disturb Him or not. I just look at Him and to my surprise He opens His eyes and smiles. I can't believe this, He looked like He was sleeping deeply. Without saying anything, He fixes the shelf in front of Him and I place the tray on it. He eats the toast and tea with such a joy as if He is eating the most delicious breakfast. When I sip the tea it is like cold water. I tell Him, "The tea is very cold, You should not be drinking it. I will call for fresh hot tea." He says, "Don't be bothered, it is okay." To my surprise, at the very moment the waiter comes rushing to us with a fresh hot tea pot and says, "Have this fresh tea and return the previous one." Osho gives the waiter a big smile and thanks him. As I am pouring the fresh tea for Him, Osho says, "Just a little patience is needed."

After finishing His tea, He looks at His watch and closes His eyes again.


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