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Attention is like a fire   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Third Public Talk in Ojai

Saturday, May 26, 1984

  • Since all time is in the now, what is action? What is action in relation to becoming?
  • Is violence different from the examiner?
  • If I am confused or uncertain, can the brain be secure? When the brain is clear, is there choice at all?
  • Psychologically we are all attempting to become something. All time is in the present. The future is now.
  • Can one deal with the fact, not with the idea?
  • Is love action in itself?
  • Attention is the flame in which sorrow ends.
  • Why have we kept death far away from living? To live with death, can you end ambition now? Apart from the physical body, what are you?

Series: Attention is the Flame in which Sorrow Ends

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