Osho says: Man ordinarily is a crowd.
No man ordinarily is one, but many. And that’s why there is so much noise within – many voices, many faces – and a constant quarrel. One part wants to do one thing. Another part is simply against it and wants to do something else. It is a miracle how we go on managing to keep ourselves together. Otherwise we are constantly falling apart. There is no center. The master is missing.
There are only servants, and each servant is trying to claim to be the master.
For a moment each servant sits on the throne, proclaims himself the master, and in that moment you think, “This is the master.”
When there is anger, anger becomes the master, but soon it will be gone. It is a constantly changing scene. After anger comes regret.