Audio | J. Krishnamurti – Saanen 1968 –  Public Disc. 6 – True action

Audio | J. Krishnamurti – Saanen 1968 –  Public Disc. 6 – True action

Is there an action which is whole, complete and timeless, or are we condemned to function in fragments and conflict?

Is there an action that will always answer, always act totally under all circumstances?

Am I committed to conceptual ideologies?

I see there is no morality at all in society.

What is morality?

Can I deny not verbally but actually the whole structure of pride so that the mind is very clear?

Intelligence comes into being not through time but through direct perception, seeing actually ‘what is’ both outwardly and inwardly.

The inner creates the outer.

When we don’t see clearly, the past comes into being and smothers us.

Do you see anything through time and the process of cultivation, or do you see instantly?

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