Daily Quote February 28th, 2015Krishnamurti, Collected Works, Vol. VI,233,Choiceless Awareness
Self-knowledge is not a result
To understand the whole process of oneself requires constant alertness, awareness, in the action of relationship. There must be a constant watching of every incident, without choice, without condemnation or acceptance, with a certain sense of dispassion, so that the truth of every incident is revealed. But this self-knowledge is not a result, an end. There is no end to self-knowledge; it is a constant process of understanding, which comes about only when one begins objectively and goes deeper and deeper into the whole problem of daily living, which is the 'you' and the 'me' in relationship.
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