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      I Have Been Made Simple
      Kinfonet Editorial Board | Editorials

      Now that so many years have passed since Krishnamurti's death, it is interesting to take stock of the influence his life and work has had on hum...

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      The Magical Garden
      Suprabha Seshan | On Nature and Environment

      Sometimes it all feels like powerful magic. Weird stuff. Bordering on wizardry and witchcraft. There are for sure strange beings and strange for...

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      Life and Death of the Self
      Kinfonet Editorial Board | Editorials

      One of the most appealing aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching is that it is a purely individual affair. He was most adamant that, other than for ...

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      The Monkeys of Varanasi
      Javier Gómez Rodríguez | A Dialogue With Oneself

      I once saw a nature documentary that disturbed me quite a bit. It concerned a group of monkeys who lived in a temple complex in Varanasi. Varana...

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      In Loco Parentis: Reflections on Caring for Teenagers
      Toon Zweers | A Holistic Education

      It's the first week of September and a flock of teenagers has descended on Brockwood. The house and the outbuildings that have lain in relative ...

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      Featured Excerpts

      Ommen Campfire Talks 2
      Krishnamurti Early Writings | Ommen, Holland 1926
      All wise people, all people who are searching after knowledge, must look about them and contemplate. All things, whether living or non-living, are ...
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      The Central Core of Thinking
      Beginnings of Learning | School Dialogue, Brockwood Park, England. June 1971
      Krishnamurti: We are all terribly solemn this morning, aren't we? What do you think about all day long and why do you think about these things? Are...
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      On Happiness and Religion
      This Matter of Culture | Chapter 4
      Why are you here listening to me? Have you ever considered why you listen to people at all? And what does listening to somebody mean? All of you he...
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      Featured Interview Answers

      How important do you consider group dialogue to be in understanding the more subtle points of Krishnamurti's message?
      answered by Lucymarie Ruth
      There may be "subtle points" to Krishnamurti's "message", but the essence of his teaching is so simple, and is either understood immediately or not...
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      Can dialogue - in the sense of sincere inquiry - be organized or can it only come about spontaneously, unprompted?
      answered by Prashanth Karne
      It can come about Spontaneously, unprompted. But for that to happen, some where deep inside, at least once -in life time one should have serious...
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      Are there any aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching that you find implausible or difficult to accept?
      answered by Eric Elejalde
      I can't accept that some people come to this world with a center (an "I"), and others without a center (like "him"). I just think that some of us a...
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      Featured Member Statements

      Averil Harrison
      To understand and participate in inquiry of the unknown
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      Geetha Waters
      Given that the spark of life is deeply embedded in our being, it was always a mystery why we looked for it elsewhere. I found that Krishnamurti was...
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      Mohit Barguja
      confused like hell.
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      Graham Brown
      I have an interest in how the arts are used to aid us in developing an understanding of the world we create. I am especially interested how childre...
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