Dialogue - Claremont, California,USA - 15 November 1968
Q: In this confused and confusing world, torn by conflicting voices without and within, with hearts that seem star-crossed and tensions that never go, is it possible to live with total lucidity?
To have clarity, the first essential thing is freedom, freedom from authority.
To be a light to yourself you must deny every other light, however great that light be.
As long as man accepts violence and lives a way of life which is violent, he perpetuates fear and accepts authority.
The moment you bring in the ‘how’ you move away from the central fact of learning.
To learn about something you must be in complete contact with it. I want to learn about fear, therefore I must look at it, face it.
At the moment of fear there is neither the observer nor the observed.
Thought can never be free because thought is the response of memory, response of the past.
Video Duration: 62 minutes
Subtitles: English, French, Greek