Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Krishnamurti Quote of the Day

Early Writings | Eerde, 1927

I am going to be purposely vague, because although I could quite easily make it definite, it is not my intention to do so. Because once you define a thing it becomes dead. If you make a thing definite - at least that is what I maintain - you are trying to give an interpretation which in the mind of others will take a definite form and hence they will be bound by that form from which they will have to liberate themselves.

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