Quote of the Day

by Jiddu Krishnamurti

Supposing you meet with a domestic calamity, like the death of your relative, you feel lonely an you suffer as you would like to retain continuously the state of peace in which you were, prior to his death, and which was agreeable to you.

Is suffering merely a state of disturbance? Is it not a warning that you should wake up and not sleep?

Group Discussion 26th December, 1947
Madras, India