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First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1980   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

First Question and Answer Meeting at Brockwood Park

Tuesday, September 2, 1980

  • 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?
Psychological suffering Psychological suffering
Beauty is the quiet of the self forgotten Beauty is the quiet of the self forgotten
How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape? How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?
Conformity and Revolt Conformity and Revolt
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