From “What Is Right Action? Auckland, New Zealand Talk to Businessmen 6th April, 1934” J. Krishnamurti

"Question: Please be candid. Can we know truth as you do, cease to exploit, and still remain in business, or do you suggest we sell out? Could you go into trade and remain as you are? Krishnamurti: Sir, please, I am not dodging the issue. I will be perfectly candid. As the system is organized, … Continue reading From “What Is Right Action? Auckland, New Zealand Talk to Businessmen 6th April, 1934” J. Krishnamurti

Right Action ~ “The Three Questions” by Leo Tolstoi

Source: commonlit.org "It once occurred to a certain king, that if he always knew the right time to begin everything; if he knew who were the right people to listen to, and whom to avoid; and, above all, if he always knew what was the most important thing to do, he would never fail in … Continue reading Right Action ~ “The Three Questions” by Leo Tolstoi

Life simply

Recognize all thoughts are ego-mind made. Recognize only thoughts keep you tied to heaviness of death. Recognize all human actions which are made by thought. Recognize their destructive nature. Recognize no thought-made human action comes without a price. A price of energy, oil, gas or so called green, a price which Nature and Planet must … Continue reading Life simply

Just say “Hello, Life!”

Remember You are Life You are eternal You are truly beautiful You are enough You are real Don't give in to impressions Sensorial or abstract concepts These are nothing more than fantasies, make-believes, stories, magic shows designed by ego-mind to distract your attention And kill your spirit. It might seem ego-mind is successful in the … Continue reading Just say “Hello, Life!”

Immeasurable enchantment ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

"28th Yesterday we were walking along the favourite road beside the noisy stream, in the narrow valley of dark pine trees, fields with flowers and in the distance the massive snow-covered covered mountain and a waterfall. It was enchanting, peaceful and cool. There, walking, that sacred blessing came, a thing that one could almost touch, … Continue reading Immeasurable enchantment ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

A recap of latest observations ~ a little bit for the mind dominated

Uhm ... Haven’t written for the mind for some time now ... soo ... Let's recap. The human being is formed of three distinctive parts: the body, neutral in its nature the mind, evil in its nature the soul, good in its nature Observing nature to understand the body society to understand the mind Life … Continue reading A recap of latest observations ~ a little bit for the mind dominated