Jiddu Krishnamurti

Simplicity comes into being when there is freedom from the desire to achieve

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"implicity comes into being when there is freedom from the desire to achieve - 27 August 1949
• One who is sincere can never be simple because he who is trying to be sincere
always has the desire to pattern or approximate himself to an idea.
• Self-knowledgecanbediscoveredmorefully,deeply,widely,onlywhenthereis
passive awareness, which is not the exertion of will.
• In the search for self-knowledge we get caught in self-consciousness. Being
caught we make the thing in which one is caught the most important thing.
• To go beyond self-consciousness there must be freedom from the desire to
achieve a result, because the achievement of a result is what the mind wants.
• Q: Would you please explain what you mean by dying daily?
• Q: How does a truth when repeated become a lie? What really is a lie?
• Q: I think I can help, but whatever I say or do to another is interpreted as
interference and as domineering. Why does this happen to me?
• Q: What is aloneness? Is it a mystical state?"
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