Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

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The First and Last Freedom | Chapter 1

We see that our living, our action is always within the field of destruction, within the field of sorrow; like a wave, confusion and chaos always overtake us. There is no interval in the confusion of our existence. Whatever we do at present seems to lead to chaos, seems to lead to sorrow and unhappiness. Look at your own life and you will see that our living is always on the border of sorrow.

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