Krishnamurti - In the present is the whole of time
Krishnamurti San Diego 1970 Talk 1 (English Subtitles)
From the talk: "When one realises, not verbally, not as an idea, but actually – when one realises that one is the world, and one’s responsibility to the world is the responsibility of understanding yourself so completely. And then your question ‘what to do?’, has quite a different meaning. So the question is, how to observe, how to observe oneself, oneself being the total human being."
Krishnamurti San Diego 1970 Talk 2 (English Subtitles)
From the talk: "Fear seems to be one of the most common things in life, and strangely we have accepted it as a way of life, as we have accepted violence in all its various forms as a way of life, we have also accepted and got used to being psychologically as well as physically afraid."
Krishnamurti San Diego 1970 Talk 3 (English Subtitles)
From the talk: "Violence plays an extraordinary part in our life, we never ask whether the mind can be completely and utterly free from violence. We have accepted it as part of life, as we have accepted war as a way of life.…and there have been for 5,000 years, wars, because man has accepted violence as the way of life. And we never question whether the mind can be really and truly, deeply free of violence."
Krishnamurti San Diego1970 Talk 4 (English Subtitles)
From the talk: "To bring about order is to understand disorder. And therefore, order is not according to a blueprint, according to some authority, or your own particular experience. And how this order comes about must obviously be without effort, because effort distorts."
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