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Sunday, February 26, 2017

It is not interesting for the Philosophical Globetrotter to know the peripheral conflicts in your nature


Philosophical seen it is therefore not interesting for the Philosophical Globetrotter to know who you are in a certain conflict, to know the peripheral conflicts in your nature; their content.

What you want to know is why there altogether is conflict.

When you ask yourself this question, you see a fundamental problem, which nothing has to do with the peripheral conflicts and their solutions. It is this central problem, which is important. 

And what you see is, that the actual nature of the desire, if not fully understood, inevitably must lead to conflict.

1 comment:

  1. J. Krishnamurti gives this example in one of his videos...
    Wherever there is the movement of thought, with regard to sensation, then desire brings conflict. For example, there is perception of a beautiful house, then there is sensation, but the trouble begins the moment the thought creates the image of owning a house like that...and working for it...and you identify oneself with that house. So where thought begins to interfere with the perception, then there is division, then desire begins.

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