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Wisdom of J. Krishnamurti

Technologically, man has advanced incredibly, yet he remains as he has been for thousands of years, fighting, greedy, envious, burdened with great sorrow.

Unless the mind is absolutely free from fear, every form of action brings about more mischief, more misery, more confusion.

Change in society is of secondary importance; that will come about naturally, inevitably, when you as a human being bring about this change in yourself.

Religion, then, is something that cannot possibly be put into words; it cannot be measured by thought…

Can you observe without the center, not naming the thing called fear as it arises? It requires tremendous discipline.
 J. Krishnamurti