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Is it possible to end all sorrow?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Third Public Talk at Brockwood Park

Saturday, September 1, 1984

  • Is there a morality that is not relative, not limited?
  • Is there a freedom per se, for itself, not away from something or from something?
  • Are we at all aware of the great suffering of humanity, of each one of us? Is there an instant ending of attachment? Suffering comes when there is self-centred pursuit. If one is free from that sorrow completely what effect has that on the world?
  • If there is no radical change what is now will be tomorrow. Is there an instant ending of suffering?
  • Finding out requires the energy of intelligence.

Series: The Ending of Sorrow

Third Public Talk in New York City, 1966 Third Public Talk in New York City, 1966
First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1980 First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1980
Can You Understand What a Religious Life Is? Can You Understand What a Religious Life Is?
Bombay 1985 - Public Q&A 1 Bombay 1985 - Public Q&A 1
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