Audio | J. Krishnamurti – Saanen 1968 – Public Disc. 5 – Why do we seek and what is there to seek?
We seek to have no pressure or strain of anxiety, the constant activity of the ‘me‘ with its fears, dramas and tragedy.
Will one who sees very clearly ever seek?
What do I do when I am confused?
Any action out of our confusion breeds further confusion. Just look at this fact and find out what happens.
The truth of the fact that human beings are confused flowers and shows everything if you are quiet.
Remain in silence with the truth that you are confused; let it tell you; be open, be sensitive; and out of that comes clarity.
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