By J. Krishnamurti
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When you actually see and test by observing that the observer and the observed are actually one, then you end all conflict in life, in all relationships. html (12 of 17) [27/04/2008 00:16:14] BEYOND VIOLENCE PART I CHAPTER 4 SANTA MONICA 4TH PUBLIC TALK 8TH MARCH 1970 Questioner: When we realize that the past, as the memory, is interposed between something deeper and the outside, what can we do? We cannot stop it - it keeps going on. Krishnamurti: The memory interposes itself between the outer and the inner.
You do not know what to do with this loneliness, this isolation, which is a form of suicide. And so, not knowing what to do, you depend. That dependence gives you great comfort and companionship but when that companionship is slightly altered you get jealous, furious. Would you send your children to war if you loved them? Would you give them the kind of education they have now, only educating them technologically, to help them to get a job, to pass some examinations, and neglect the rest of the whole of this marvellous life?
When you have put the question very clearly, you will see it for yourself. Thought, which is the response of the past, interferes, divides as the outer and the inner and destroys unity. ' This is a totally wrong question. But if you enquired into the whole structure of thought, saw what its place is, where it is not necessary, then you would find out that mind will operate intelligently when thought does not function as also when thought must function. Questioner: Why is it that you have a greater awareness of `what is' than I have?