'Zarathustra: A God that can Dance' by Osho in Malayalam translated by P T Thomas. In this commentary on Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra, Osho unravels the mystery of man’s three metamorphoses – from camel to lion to child. And in setting the record straight about the meaning of Nietzsche’s concept of the superman, shows us how we ourselves can become the new man.
Zarathustra, through Osho’s eyes, is first and foremost a human being who can laugh and shed tears just like the rest of us. Zarathustra is speaking as if to a friend, sorting methodically through the ins and outs on the path of truth, giving each aspect a thorough and single- pointed attention. Each of Osho’s talks thus becomes a lesson on a very specific theme, and each theme is a step deeper into the journey toward becoming “a god that can dance” – a person who dares to shed all the bondages of false virtues and values, and dance in innocence and joy with each moment of life.
Malayalam Title: സരതുഷ്ട്രൻ- നൃത്തമാടുന്ന ദൈവം
Size: Demy 1/8
Edition: 2013 January
Zarathushtran: Nruthamaadunna Daivam
- Publisher: Silence
- Category: Malayalam Philosophy
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