By J. Krishnamurti

Those take care of the matter of fact, the reality during which we are living as perceived by way of the senses, truth as seems to be to our realization, and the connection among them. usually a part of the booklet Krishnamurti considers how man's awareness is made of all types of misconceptions in regards to the 'me', or the ego centre; he additionally issues out how solidly conditioned it truly is. 'You can't struggle through truth to come back to fact; you want to comprehend the hindrance of fact, that's the full means of though,' he says. The ebook ends with a few questions and solutions which throw gentle on convinced concerns formerly touched upon.

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When there is a tremendous challenge you do look that way. But we live such sloppy lives, we are not serious, we don't work. Q: How can you live permanently at crisis pitch? K: I'll answer that question, sir, after we have finished this. So the walking away from it is to be totally involved in that which you observe. And when I observe this disorder without all the reactions, the memories, the things that crop up in one's mind, then in that total observation, that very total observation is order.

There has been great pleasure yesterday, sexual or whatever kind of pleasure one has, and thought says, "Tomorrow I must have that pleasure again". You have a great experience - at least you think it is a great experience - and it has become a memory; and you realize it is a memory yet you pursue it tomorrow. So thought is movement in time. Is the root of fear time? - time as comcomparison with you, "me" more important than you, "me" that is going to achieve something, become something, get rid of something.

If you see this once very clearly, then we will be able to find out what is action, a correct, accurate action in which there is no imagination, no pretension, nothing but the actual. We are trying to find out what is action that is whole, that is not fragmentary, that is not caught in the movement of time, not traditional and therefore mechanical. One wants to live a life without conflict and live in a society that doesn't destroy freedom, and yet survive. As the societies and governments throughout the world are becoming more and more centralised, more and more bureaucratic, our freedom is getting less and less.

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