Wise words about the social media feeding frenzy

'If I have to choose between gossips and gospels, my preference is for gossips.
They are juicier, more alive.
Gospels look sad, dead, heavy.
If you have to listen you can manage to listen, but it is not a dance of the heart.
Gossip as aesthetically as possible, as religiously as possible!
And gossip something beautiful, something ecstatic'
~ Osho Rajneesh.
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