Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Krishnamurti Quote of the Day

Early Works | circa 1930.

In the confusion and turmoil of life, in its continual bustle and conflict, every individual is caught. To understand the meaning of it, one must first grapple with it intellectually and afterwards put one's intellectual theories into practice...

And since thought comes first, it very necessary that it should be true thought. Therefore you must approach the problem with a clear synthetic mind, free from prejudice, vanity and superstition - a mind that is willing to probe to the real root of things and not merely to skim the surface.

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