Love Observes Thought~January 4th.

Via on Jan 4, 2011

Observing Thought by Jiddu Krishnamurti

“I must love the very thing I am studying. If you want to understand a child, you must love and not condemn him. You must play with him, watch his movements, his idiosyncrasies, his way of behavior; but if you merely condemn, resist, or blame him, there is no comprehension of the child. Similarly, to understand what is, one must observe what one thinks, feels, and does from moment to moment. That is the actual.” ~from The Book of Life by Jiddu Krishnamurti

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4 Responses to “Love Observes Thought~January 4th.”

  1. Padma Kadag says:

    This is very good advice. To look how things are; honestly and without judgement. No discernement of subject/object, inner/outer. Yet with complete attention and attention to detail with Love in your heart. As it is. No concept of looking nor concept of "mindfulness". Thanks Ben.

  2. shiva says:

    Thanks for posting this. JK as he is called was an amazing person. I attended his session in early 80s in India when I was very young.

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