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Problems of Living - Krishnamurti at Brockwood Park - 1974   

December, 1974

  • Krishnamurti at Brockwood Park.
  • Life is really very beautiful. It is a tragedy that human beings live in constant conflict with themselves and with the world.
  • You can pursue pleasure but it is different from joy.
  • Our life is based on two principles, fear and pleasure. As long as they operate there is struggle and effort to become or achieve something.
  • Is it possible to live a life without constant battle? To really understand this you have to see what your life is. Don't escape from it, just watch. In the very act of attention the struggle comes to an end.
  • Silence has many qualities. The meditative mind contains all these varieties and movements of silence.
  • Life and death are not separate. Love and life go together as love and death go together.
  • Do not follow what the speaker is saying but observe yourself to understand yourself as you are.
  • © 1974 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
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