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First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1980
First Question and Answer Meeting at Brockwood Park
Tuesday, September 2,
Q1: You have spoken so much against organisations, so why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak?
Q2: Is it always wrong or misguided to work with an enlightened man and be a sannyasi?
Q3: You say that fundamentally my mind works in exactly the same way as everyone else. Why does this make me responsible for the whole world?
Q4: When I listen to you there is an urgency to change. When I return home it fades. What am I to do?
Q5: Is suffering necessary to make us face the necessity to change?
Q6: My problem is I have a ten foot wall around me. It is no use trying to overcome it, so I ignore it. It is still there. What do I do?
Q7: I derive strength from concentrating on a symbol. I belong to a group that encourages this. Is this an illusion?
Is there a new instrument totally different from thought?
First Question and Answer in Madras - 1981 - On Corrupt Society, Mind, Brain...
Do we see the importance of the radical transformation of the human mind?
Sixth Public Talk in New York City, 1966
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