Ideologies separate people into groups and become authorities.
Only the religious mind is truly revolutionary.
The response of thought is always old.
The mind is constantly seeking security.
How is the mind to be free?
All psychological inventions are from the conditioned mind.
No outside agency can help us.
Knowledge prevents looking at conditioning.
Freedom cannot be understood through conflict.
To live a life that is complete, whole.
Living according to a formula, an ideology is conformity and endless conflict.
Thought inevitably breeds contradictory action.
When pleasure is blocked, there is fear and so aggression.
Pleasure entails domination and dependence.
In the silence of the mind is beauty and love.
A mind entrenched in habit must live with fear.
We miss the movement of life because we are deep in habit.
We are too caught in the known to see ourselves clearly.
To follow is our tradition.
If the mind is not quiet, how can it understand?
Is there something other than this world of work, conflict sorrow?
The religious life is action in which there is no contradiction.
Thought is a mischief-maker always seeking pleasure.