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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 10, Part F (2016)

Jiddu Krishnamurti philosophy and the future of humanity

J Nagaraja
Life was a always in the active present. Death to the past or death to time is life in the present. Man has developed knowledge, concepts, ideas, values, morality and respectability. If he clings to them he can’t participate in the present moments of life. Krishnamurti wishes to shalter all these to be completely empty of every thing. Krishnamurti marks it by saying that “the height of intensity and sensitivity is experiencing of the essence. It’s this that is beauty beyond word and feeling. Proportion and death, light and shade are limited to time-space, caught in beauty ugliness. But that which is beyond line and shape beyond learning and knowledge, is the beauty of this essence. Krishnamurti finds the beauty in understanding the whole of existence which is observable and which is not observable with the understanding of the outer, then the inner movement beings, not in opposition or in contradiction, as conflict is eliminated. The brain, though sensitive and alert, becomes quiet. The only the inner movement has validity and significance.
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How to cite this article:
J Nagaraja. Jiddu Krishnamurti philosophy and the future of humanity. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(10):368-370.
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