Wisdom Comes Through the Understanding of Suffering - Saanen 1974 - Public Talk 5-logo

Wisdom Comes Through the Understanding of Suffering - Saanen 1974 - Public Talk 5

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Wisdom comes through the understanding of suffering - 23 July 1974 • Do we respond to the whole field of existence? Must not there be love to do that? • To love, to be responsible for the whole, one must go beyond suffering. • Can we know the nature, structure and function of suffering? • Is isolation one of the major causes of suffering? • Is attachment, which denies freedom, a cause of suffering? • In the love of the whole the particular comes in, but not the other way around. • Can we be sensitive to beauty if we are psychologically hurt? • Can the mind be aware of hurt and not react at the conscious or unconscious level? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

"Wisdom comes through the understanding of suffering - 23 July 1974 • Do we respond to the whole field of existence? Must not there be love to do that? • To love, to be responsible for the whole, one must go beyond suffering. • Can we know the nature, structure and function of suffering? • Is isolation one of the major causes of suffering? • Is attachment, which denies freedom, a cause of suffering? • In the love of the whole the particular comes in, but not the other way around. • Can we be sensitive to beauty if we are psychologically hurt? • Can the mind be aware of hurt and not react at the conscious or unconscious level? Questions from the audience followed the talk."
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Genres:

Philosophy

Description:

"Wisdom comes through the understanding of suffering - 23 July 1974 • Do we respond to the whole field of existence? Must not there be love to do that? • To love, to be responsible for the whole, one must go beyond suffering. • Can we know the nature, structure and function of suffering? • Is isolation one of the major causes of suffering? • Is attachment, which denies freedom, a cause of suffering? • In the love of the whole the particular comes in, but not the other way around. • Can we be sensitive to beauty if we are psychologically hurt? • Can the mind be aware of hurt and not react at the conscious or unconscious level? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

Language:

English

Length:

1h 26m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

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