„Die Lieb‘ ist wie ein Wiegenlied:
Es lullt Dich lieblich ein.
Doch schläfst Du kaum, so schweigt das Lied,
und Du erwachst allein.“
„The surface must be understood for the hidden to show itself; the hidden cannot be exposed if the surface mind is not quiet. This whole process is not verbal, nor is it a matter of mere experience. Verbalization indicates dullness of mind; and experience, being cumulative, makes for repetitiousness. Awareness is not a matter of determination, for purposive direction is resistance, which tends towards exclusiveness. Awareness is the silent and choiceless observation of what is; in this awareness the problem unrolls itself, and thus it is fully and completely understood. A problem is never solved on its own level; being complex, it must be understood in its total process. To try to solve a problem on only one level, physical or psychological, leads to further conflict and confusion. For the resolution of a problem, there must be this awareness, this passive alertness which reveals its total process.“
J.Krishnamurti, Commentaries on Living – Series I, Chapter 41, Awareness
Siehe auch: Keep far away