Re: Theos-World Disastrous teaching of J. Krishnamurti
Jul 12, 2008 10:07 AM
There is nothing good about the teachings of Jesus and anything that liberates humanity from the clutches of superstition is a good thing.
Krishnamurti may have been as boring as hell but he was right.
Chuck the Heretic
From: Anand <AnandGholap@gmail.com>
Sent: Sat, 12 Jul 2008 11:35 am
Subject: Theos-World Disastrous teaching of J. Krishnamurti
When freedom word is uttered, many people immdiately get impressed.
Fact is word freedom is used in many different ways and it can be used
in wrong ways also. For example, freedom from slavery is good, freedom
from sickness is good, freedom from poverty is good, freedom from
ignorance is good.
When Krishnamurti talks about freedom, he is saying that he will give
freedom from religious and spiritual teachers and their teachings. That
means Krishnamurti is thinking that his greatness is in giving world
freedom from Buddha, freedom from Jesus, freedom from Lord Krishna and
freedom from their teachings.
It is like giving baby freedom from his mother. It is like giving
freedom to students from their teachers. If somebody says to a baby
that he will give her freedom from her mother, is that good for that
baby ? No.
So when Krishnamurti talks of freedom, one must understand that he is
not giving freedom from bad things, but he is giving freedom from good
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