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Thought Sustains Fear And Pleasure - Berkeley 1969 - Public Talk 2-logo

Thought Sustains Fear And Pleasure - Berkeley 1969 - Public Talk 2

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Thought sustains fear and pleasure - 4 February 1969 • To understand relationship and to end the conflict in it is our entire problem. • Can man live at peace, within himself and outwardly? • In relationship one becomes aware of the actual state of oneself. • The man that has no sense of fear of any kind is really a free man, a peaceful man. • What is fear? • Can thought be silent? • Conduct becomes virtuous only when thought doesn’t cultivate what it considers virtue. • How is it possible to look at the sunset without thought weaving pleasure or pain around it? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

"Thought sustains fear and pleasure - 4 February 1969 • To understand relationship and to end the conflict in it is our entire problem. • Can man live at peace, within himself and outwardly? • In relationship one becomes aware of the actual state of oneself. • The man that has no sense of fear of any kind is really a free man, a peaceful man. • What is fear? • Can thought be silent? • Conduct becomes virtuous only when thought doesn’t cultivate what it considers virtue. • How is it possible to look at the sunset without thought weaving pleasure or pain around it? Questions from the audience followed the talk."
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Genres:

Philosophy

Description:

"Thought sustains fear and pleasure - 4 February 1969 • To understand relationship and to end the conflict in it is our entire problem. • Can man live at peace, within himself and outwardly? • In relationship one becomes aware of the actual state of oneself. • The man that has no sense of fear of any kind is really a free man, a peaceful man. • What is fear? • Can thought be silent? • Conduct becomes virtuous only when thought doesn’t cultivate what it considers virtue. • How is it possible to look at the sunset without thought weaving pleasure or pain around it? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

Language:

English

Length:

1h 31m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

01:31:25