Daily Quote     June 29th, 2016

To investigate the fact of your own anger

To investigate the fact of your own anger you must pass no judgement on it, for the moment you conceive of its opposite you condemn it and therefore you cannot see it as it is. When you say you dislike or hate someone that is a fact, although it sounds terrible. If you look at it, go into it completely, it ceases, but if you say, 'I must not hate; I must have love in my heart', then you are living in a hypocritical world with double standards. To live completely, fully, in the moment is to live with what is, the actual, without any sense of condemnation or justification- the you understand it so totally that you are finished with it. When you see clearly the problem is solved.

Krishnamurti, Freedom from the Known,56

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