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At the end of sorrow is passion   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Public Talk in Washington D.C.

Sunday, April 21, 1985

  • What is order and what is disorder, and what is their relationship to action? Can disorder end in our daily life?
  • Concerned as we are with our own suffering, how can there be love? Is sorrow brought about by self-pity?
  • What happens after death? Does one carry the memories of one's own life? If we don't cling to a thing, then what is death? Not at the end of life, but with all my energy, vitality, can I live with death all the time?
  • If there is real order in one's life, what then is meditation? Following a system, practising day after day, what happens to the human brain? Is there a meditation which is not determined?
  • Through one's own understanding of oneself there is that which is eternal.

Series: Two Talks in Washington D.C. in 1985

Second Brain Seminar at Brockwood Park - 1984 Second Brain Seminar at Brockwood Park - 1984
The Dictates of pleasure and the burden of sorrow The Dictates of pleasure and the burden of sorrow
Conversation with Ronald Eyre Conversation with Ronald Eyre
The Mind of Jiddu Krishnamurti The Mind of Jiddu Krishnamurti
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