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Is it possible never to be hurt?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Seminar Meeting at Brockwood Park

Wednesday, September 13, 1978

  • Q: What do we mean by relationship?
  • Relationship is one of the most important things in life. Relationship between me and another, with many others, which creates society.
  • In my relationship with another there is tension, a sense of division, guilt, possession, protection or responsibility. Apparently there has been, from time immemorial, conflict between you and me.
  • Pain, attachment, jealousy, fear, and also sexual pleasure - the whole of that is implied in daily relationship. Why do we accept it?
  • Why are we hurt? Do you have an idea about yourself which can be hurt? Why do you have images about yourself or conclusions about something?
  • Do we actually want to find a way of living in which there is no possibility of being hurt?

Series: How can one be a light to oneself if there is any kind of dependence?

On giving complete attention to a problem On giving complete attention to a problem
Ending Disorder Is the Ending of Death Ending Disorder Is the Ending of Death
We are all caught in the idea of progress We are all caught in the idea of progress
First Public Talk in New York City, 1966 First Public Talk in New York City, 1966
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