Re: Theos-World Inner Life of Krishnamurti
Apr 06, 2000 08:01 AM
by M K Ramadoss
You are on target.
What ever is K's inner life, one can never know.
In the final analysis, it is "our" life which matters.
If what he has said and written helps to better understand ourselves and
our relationship with the world, then that is what is going to be very
At 05:15 PM 04/06/2000 +1200, you wrote:
>At 23:22 5/04/00 -0500, you wrote:
>>Here are some feedback from some of those who have read the book. I have
>>excerpted from the amazon and barnes&nobles sites.
>>Hope some might find it interesting.
>It is certainly interesting to see strong opinion on the book and I have no
>doubt at all that it will be seen as controversial to many people, as K
>himself was. "The truth however is in the pudding". We need to ponder
>carefully on what K has said (and this is often deeper than most people
>realize), and then reflect on what the picture is that the Inner Life puts
>It is certainly a very interesting book to read. Wither it is true or not
>is for each individual to work out for themselves.
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