What can I say?

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What can I say?

Postby anna » July 26th, 2005, 11:56 pm

"When the movement in the direction of becoming something other than what you are isn't there any more, you are not in conflict with yourself."

A little tidbit from U.G. Krishnamurti :uhh:

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Postby anna » July 27th, 2005, 1:27 am

Here's an interesting factoid:

I just visited U.G.'s site, where his "followers" put up videos, books, etc., by U.G. Several years ago, there was just a site, with just his stuff - but now, they begin to wax eloquent, mythologize, glamorize----ah my, how little time it takes for the followers to create a monument. I wonder if he is still living. <Sigh.......> :frog:

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Postby Bhakti » August 28th, 2005, 4:44 pm

"When the movement in the direction of becoming something other than what you are isn't there any more, you are not in conflict with yourself."

Thanks for the quote from U.G., Anna. It has beens speaking to me as I realize that we can't force enlightment. If we don't force anything, we aren't in conflict with ourselves or others. Alas, how difficult not to force!! But when I don't, force life to happen as I think it should, it's bliss and I'm in groove with the Universe whether life is boring or sweet.

I find U.G. hard to read because he repeats how he has nothing to say and we can do nothing. Although I realized that this is true, other enlightened people do say "something" to me. What they say may be repetitive, but their words, stories, and antidotes speak to me.

Blessings, Bhakti


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