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Judgement and death   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Third Public Dialogue in Saanen

Friday, July 30, 1976

  • Why do we judge, condemn, approve or accept? Why this constant movement of appreciation or depreciation?
  • If I am afraid of death then I can’t inquire; that fear is going to warp my investigation.
  • A human being dies, but sorrow and confusion as a vast field goes on.
  • As long as you remain one foot in and one foot out of the stream of sorrow, you will never find out what is beyond death.
  • A man who dies to everything will know what is eternal.
  • Note: a total of 26 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.
  • © 1976 Krishnamurti Foundation of America

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