The role of the teacher: Malibu 1971 - Dialogue 1

Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher: M-Y Books

Date: November 2015

Duration: 0 hours 56 minutes

Summary:

The role of the teacher - 26 March 1971

- Q: There is much talk of a spiritual revolution among young people. Do you see in this very mixed phenomenon any hope of a new flowering for civilisation or possibility of growth?
- One can go into oneself at tremendous depths and find out everything. To go into oneself is the problem. Not being able to do it we ask for help.
- If there were no books, no gurus, what would you do?
- Q: You speak against effort, but doesn't the growth and well-being of all sidesof man demand something like hard work of one sort or another?
- Why is there this cult of effort? Why have I to make effort to reach God, enlightenment or truth?
- Why do we divide energy at all?
- The observer only comes into being when wanting to change 'what is'.
- The state of not-knowing is intelligence.

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role of the teacher: Malibu 1971 - Dialogue 1

by Jiddu Krishnamurti

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