Monthly Archives: October 2009
Take heed of the little things, for they are often the best at silencing the mind.
=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Seeing is a very complex affair. One sees casually with one’s eyes and swiftly passes by, never seeing the details of a leaf, its form and structure, its colours, the variety of greens. To … Continue reading
=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === What is perception, what is seeing? How do you see that tree? Look at it for the moment. With what sight do you see it? Is it solely an optical observation, just looking at … Continue reading
A quiet little spot along the East Fork of the San Gabriel River near Glendora, California.
=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === You learn a great deal by watching, watching the things about you, watching the birds, the tree, watching the heavens, the stars, the constellation of Orion, the Dipper, the Evening star. You learn just … Continue reading
=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Isn’t there a danger, the questioner asks, in the mind when the whole human organism becomes highly sensitive; isn’t there a danger of nervous tension? Why should we have tension at all? Doesn’t tension … Continue reading
Another shot from last year’s excellent trip to Joshua Tree.
=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Most of you are insensitive physically because you overeat, smoke, indulge in various forms of sensual delights—not that you should not. But the mind becomes dull that way, and when the mind becomes dull … Continue reading