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How can a human being bring about a radical change, not only in himself but outside?
First Semianr in Madras
Tuesday, January 2,
What is the source of this general human disintegration?
Is the cultural crisis economic, political, religious, social, or is it at much greater depth, in the very consciousness of man himself?
Who created this society in which we all live – deplorable, ugly, cruel, brutal, aggressive and competitive?
Are we the result of million years of human experience, which we have translated as the individual?
Is it possible for human beings to bring about a mutation in their very consciousness?
Every human being suffers.
What am I to do to change myself?
In relation to the society and culture in which I have been brought up, what am I, as a human being to do?
What is action?
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Second Public Question and Answer in Saanen - 1983
Saanen - 1980 - Talk 03 of 12
Is Thought the Cause of the Decay of Man?
Thought cannot bring about insight
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