Krishnamurtis letzte öffentliche Worte

Krishnamurtis letzte öffentliche Worte

Krishnamurtis letzte öffentliche Worte wurde im Januar 1986 in Madras gehalten. J.K. starb am 17.02.1986. Das Thema des Vortrags ist “Leben”. Das Leben in seiner Unermesslichkeit. In dem Vortrag bittet er die Zuhörer, mit ihrer Selbstzerstörung aufzuhören und sich mit der Frage nach dem “Leben” auseinanderzusetzen. Aus seinen Kommentaren, aus dem Vortrag und aus der mangelnden Beteiligung des Publikums bekommt man das Gefühl, dass er mit Idioten spricht. Idioten die in sich selbst gefangen sind, wie Würmer in Kokons. Es ist eine sinnlose Aufgabe, den Menschen dazu zu bringen, seine Barbarei, seinen Kokon abzulegen. Er wusste es. Der Buddha wusste es. Christus wusste es. Wie lange werden wir in unseren Kokons bleiben?

Transkript: Krishnamurtis letzte öffentliche Worte

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So, we’re going now back to find out what is creation.
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You understand? What is creation?
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Because it has nothing to do with invention.
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That’s gone.
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So what is the creation, the origin, the beginning?
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What is life?
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Tell me, sirs, what you think of it. Tell me.
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What is life?
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Not going to the office and all the rest of it,
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sex and children, or no children but sex and so on, so on, so on.
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What is a life?
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What gives life to that blade of grass in the cement?
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You understand?
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What is life in us?
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Not all the things that we go through:
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power, position, prestige, fame, or no fame but shame.
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So, that’s not life, that’s part of our mishandling of life.
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But, what is life?
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You understand my question?
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You understand, sir?
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Why are you listening to me?
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What makes you, if you are listening at all, listen to the man?
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What is the motive behind your listening?
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What do you want?
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What’s your desire?
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Behind the desire there is a motive. Right?
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So what is desire?
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First, carefully let’s quickly examine it.
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Desire is part of sensation, isn’t it?
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I see this beautiful clock or ugly clock; it’s a sensation.
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The seeing brings about a sensation.
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Oh, this is normal, sir, don’t…
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From that sensation thought comes and makes an image of it.
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That is, I see this clock, rather nice, I would like to have it.
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The sensation of seeing,
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then thought coming and making an image of that sensation
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at that moment, desire is born.
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It’s very simple. Right?
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So, is there a brain, your brain
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which is not muddled up, muddied by environment
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by tradition, by society and all the rest of it?
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So, what is the origin of life?
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Are you waiting for me to answer it?
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You are waiting for the speaker to answer that question?
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Are you?
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Would you kindly tell me yes or no.
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I’ll wait.
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If you tell me, then I’ll go on.
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This is much too a serious subject for you to play with
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because we are trying to enter
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enquire into something that has no name, no end.
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I can kill that bird, there is another bird.
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I can’t kill all birds
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there are too many of them in the world.
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So, we are enquiring into what makes a bird
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what is creation behind all this?
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Right?
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Are you waiting for me to describe it, go into it?
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Yes, sir?
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You want me to go into it? Why?
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Q: To understand. K: What do you understand?
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Q: (Inaudible)
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K:Through your brain?
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Q: (Inaudible) K:Why do you ask that?
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Because I asked?
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You see again, you’re – sorry, sir.
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No description fits, can ever describe the origin.
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The origin is nameless
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the origin is absolutely quiet,
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it’s not whirring about making noise.
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Creation is something that is most holy
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that’s the most sacred thing in life
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and if you have made a mess of your life, change it!
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Change it today, not tomorrow.
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If you are uncertain, find out why and be certain.
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If your thinking is not straight, think straightly, logically.
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Unless all that is prepared, all that is settled,
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you can’t enter into this world
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into the world of creation.
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It ends.
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This is the last talk.
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Do you want to sit together quietly for a while?
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All right sirs, sit quietly for a while.
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May we get up and go now?

Krishnamurtis letzte öffentliche Worte. Aus dem dritten öffentlichen Vortrag in Madras, 1986.

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Madras 1986 – Last Public Talk

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