Monthly Archives: October 2009

When Our Hearts Are Empty

=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Any tendency or talent which makes for isolation, any form of self-identification, however stimulating, distorts the expression of sensitivity and brings about insensitivity. Sensitivity is dulled when gift becomes personal, when importance is given … Continue reading

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The Analyzer And The Analyzed

=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Please do follow this carefully. There is the analyser and the thing to be analysed. We have never questioned who the analyser is. He is obviously one of the many fragments and he proceeds … Continue reading

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“Weeds”

Crouched down in the dirt trying to get the right angle for the shot, I was interrupted by a man in a Yankees hat. He took a quick glance at my camera rig, noticing all my attention focused on these … Continue reading

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The Experiencer And The Experienced

=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === You can experiment with this for yourself very simply and very easily. Next time you are angry or jealous or greedy or violent or whatever it may be, watch yourself. In that state, “you” … Continue reading

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Are You Anything In Yourself?

=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === Are you anything in yourself? Questioner: If I have no image of myself, then I am nothing. Krishnamurti: But are you anything anyhow? [Laughter] Please don’t laugh, this is much too serious. Are you … Continue reading

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You And I As Individuals Will Have To Transform Ourselves

=== JKrishnamurti.org – Daily Quote === You and I as individuals will have to transform ourselves The individual is obviously of the greatest significance in society because it is only the individual who is capable of creative activity, not the … Continue reading

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