Excerpts from “Theo and Mira, Loving Life”

“Now we write songs, lyrics and music, together. Our life experience is poetry, every moment of it. We play in the Ocean called Life. We let ourselves disappear into Love. There is no story to be told anymore. For many, this is really scary, inconceivable even. And yet, this is true Life. No mind. No … Continue reading Excerpts from “Theo and Mira, Loving Life”

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

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

To look is important ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

"To look is important. We look to immediate things and out of immediate necessities to the future, coloured by the past. Our seeing is very limited and our eyes are accustomed to near things. Our look is as bound by time-space as our brain. We never look, we never see beyond this limitation; we do … Continue reading To look is important ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook