I WOULD LIKE TO ASK ONE OF THOSE SHORT, FUNNY QUESTIONS WHICH YOU USE AT THE END OF A LECTURE AND TO HEAR YOU SAY, "THIS QUESTION IS FROM DHEERENDRA."
IF I CONTINUE MEDITATING, WILL IT COME?
Never. Then stop meditating. If you want questions then please don't meditate. If you meditate all questions disappear, only the answer remains. If you want more questions to ask, stop meditating. Then you can go on asking a thousand and one questions.
And all are stupid and funny, so there is no need to be worried about it.
But of only one thing should you be aware: Don't meditate! If you want to ask funny and stupid questions, don't meditate. And I say again, all questions are stupid and funny. If you meditate they all will disappear: only silence remains. And silence is the answer.
Remember, either you have questions or you have answers. You never have both. When you have questions you don't have the answer. I can give you the answer, but it will never reach to you. By the time it reaches you, you will convert it into a thousand and one questions again. When you have questions, you have questions. When you have the answer -- and I say answer, not answers -- because, there is only one answer to all questions when you have the answer, questions do not arise.
Meditate if you want the answer which answers all questions. Stop meditating if you want to go on asking questions.