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By J Krishnamurti

Krishnamurti believed that “education is the center of the matter.” His longstanding quandary with the character and difficulties of schooling led him to came across faculties in India, England, and the United States, and his conversations with scholars, academics, and oldsters shape the most important a part of Beginnings of studying. those full of life, usually intimate exchanges activate functional, daily concerns in addition to wider philosophical concerns, as Krishnamurti encourages his viewers to understand that the start of knowledge is self-knowledge. Jiddu Krishnamurti was once born in southern India in 1895 and died in 1986. The essence of his teachings is that societal switch and international peace can merely happen via an entire swap of person cognizance.

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Have you understood it? Questioner: It also means, in turn, that one can have a sexual relationship without having a problem. Krishnamurti: I don't say that. Questioner: I mean, there's a possibility. Krishnamurti: No, no. I wouldn't put it that way. First, be intelligent, then that intelligence will answer the problem rightly, whatever it is. Have an intelligent mind not a distorted mind. " Which means that it has no concern for the whole, but only for its own little demands - it has not been watching the whole process.

Who is making the problem? Are you making the problem, or the people who are concerned for the whole place? You have to be sensitive; you have to know you can't do certain things. If there's a baby, what will happen? Questioner: The one who has the baby is responsible. Krishnamurti: So the mother has the problem? Questioner: And the father too. Krishnamurti: And what happens about all the other people concerned, the parents, the school, the neighbourhood? Perhaps the parents are away in India, or America; did they send you here to produce children who have to be looked after?

This is your home, the home of all of you, and therefore you are all responsible for what happens here. So, what is your action then? Knowing that biologically everything is supercharged, what will you do? After all, you read the magazines, the newspapers, the stories, you go to the cinema, you've seen the half-naked girls and you know about the whole thing. Now what is your responsibility? Please discuss with me. That is one of the problems of life and you don't want to face it. But you can't brush it under the carpet.

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