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Chapter 47

In the morning at 8:00am, Osho is having His breakfast of toast and tea. Sheelu is helping me prepare the toast on the aluminum lid. Sheelu is helping me prepare the toast on the aluminum lid. Sheelu is a very quiet person, she hardly speaks.

While eating the toast, Osho says, "Sheelu hardly speaks, she is very quiet." I tell Osho, "Sheelu's mother calls her devita (which means angel) because of her silent nature."

Osho laughs and says, "When my history gets written, don't forget to mention that angels used to prepare toast for me."

Sheelu, me and friends who are present there all laugh at this remark of Osho's, but inside I remind myself to remember what Osho has said.


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