Tomorrow morning, Jolanta and Nara will arrive at Kansai Airport. The X-Day has come at last! When Dr. Noda first told me about this project last summer, he was abroad and I was in Japan, preparing my lecture for the International Congress. He told me that I would be in charge of all the matter of it. Yes, I did many chores under his instruction; some negotiation with Jolanata, advertisement of this project to Japanese Adlerians, coordination of schedule in the districts, overseas remittaces, renting a room for them, etc. I do not think it troublesome at all, because everything had come one by one, not at a time. However, I do not feel it real that they are coming actually. I feel as if I am in a dream, a good dream of course. I am not certain that everything has been prepared enough, but I think it will be going all right. People who are going to support us will support us.
This morning I read this phrase by chance.
Life is insecurity. Each moment is a move into more and more insecurity. It is a gamble. One never knows what is going to happen. And it is beautiful that one never knows. If it was predictable, life would not be worth living. If everything was as you would like it to be, and everything was certain, you would not be a man at all, you would be a machine. Only for machines is everything secure and certain.
from THE ART OF DYING by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
Message from Osho is always true. Yes, anything can happen from now. This is certainly a gamble, both for us and for them, but I am sure we can enjoy the uncertainty.