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Is there order which thought has never touched?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Fourth Public Talk in Madras

Sunday, January 4, 1981

  • Why hasn't the brain been able to function in an orderly way?
  • We are afraid to be radically, deeply free of mediocrity. The search for certainty is a form of mediocrity.
  • Excellence is not achieved through competition.
  • If thought is responsible for disorder, then what is the relationship of thought to our daily life?
  • When you say, 'How am I to stop thought?' it is a wrong question because thought is the controller and the controlled.
  • Can there be order without the movement of thought? This is real meditation.
  • When we are inquiring into order and disorder, your whole brain is active, there is no sluggish part in it. That means your whole brain is alert, not caught in a particular groove.
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