Is there a movement totally apart from time?
Seminar 1 - Madras (Chennai),India - 5 January 1982
Can we only observe ‘what is’ and not ‘what should be’?
There is in me a sense of violence, deeply rooted. Can it end completely, not gradually?
Can I end my attachments?
Becoming something is the root of misery. Is there a state which is not becoming?
When there is an ending, something totally new takes place.
Our intelligence is the intelligence of thought. Compassion has its own intelligence.
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Desire, time and thought are the basic elements of fear
Seminar 2 - Madras (Chennai),India - 6 January 1982
When a human being is the past, the present and the future, he is time bound, the result of all human endeavour.
As ordinary human beings can we not radically change?
I am the ordinary man caught in a wheel. What am I to do or not do?
What is the mirror in which I can see my reactions, thoughts and misery?
Do we ever use the fullness of our senses?
There is no difference between me and fear. I am fear.
Desire is when thought takes charge of sensation and creates an image.
To be so alert that thought doesn’t interfere with sensation.
Since I am the time-maker, I am bound to time.
Time and thought are not different.
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