J. Krishnamurti defies quotation. His words are such an indivisible process, they speak so universally and fluidly, that every attempt I make to select a short passage (in order to hint at the breadth of his influence) comes up embarrassingly short. This would seem a shame, if it weren’t so perfectly fitting with his intention to defy the role of “master” in favor of reminding people to reject all authority and wake up.
“It is only those who are in constant revolt that discover what is true, not the man who conforms, who follows some tradition. It is only when you are constantly inquiring, constantly observing, constantly learning, that you find truth, God, or love.”—JIDDU KRISHNAMURTI, Think on These Things (via in-the-imaginarium)
“Human beings, each one, right through the world, go through great agonies, the more sensitive, the more alert, the more observant, the greater the suffering, the anxiety, the extraordinary sense of insoluble problems.”—J. Krishnamurti (via originalgiantcontent)
“…because the pattern of the world was so ugly and deceiving and because that very patten had trapped countless people. Despite the longing of mankind for a purpose, the pattern of this world was too easy to get used to - like a room of bad curtains. The would could talk about love and life… and miss the calling God had for every person on earth. Every person, regardless of their sin struggle. Their call to be transformed.”—(via proverbs31v25)