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Brockwood Park 1985 Dialogue with students | 3: Isn't Comparison a Form of Violence?
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This is the third conversation between Krishnamurti and 4 students in Brockwood Park, 1985
Conversation title: Isn't Comparison a Form of Violence?
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Will you stop your own violence?
What is non-violence? Are you psychologically violent? Don't you compete?
Hasn't your brain been programmed to compare, to react? Aren't reactions mechanical?
The brain is conditioned to repeat. Can you observe the whole movement of comparison?
Can you live without comparison, without competition?
How do you react to what is happening in the world? Can you look without the word?
Isn't learning observing without the word?
3rd Dialogue with 4 Students
Brockwood Park, England
18 June 1985
Duration: 60 minutes
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