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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

Immortality - Truth - Tranquility Immortality - Truth - Tranquility
Attention implies that there is no centre Attention implies that there is no centre
A religious mind is a very factual mind A religious mind is a very factual mind
Death, Life and Love Are Indivisible Death, Life and Love Are Indivisible
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