By J. Krishnamurti
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Don’t back out now. T: But I didn’t say that, really. K: Wait, didn’t you mean it when you said, ‘I’ve gone much more deeply into it’? T: No, I said that I don’t know what ‘deeply’ means. You asked me if I was interested superficially or deeply, and I said I didn’t know what going into it deeply meant. K: All right. So you want to learn about it. T: That’s what I said, yes. K: You want to learn about it. So let’s together learn about it. I’m not teaching you, you’re not teaching me, together we’re going into it deeply.
I can see, by Jove, I am a Hindu, I’m a Russian, or whatever it is. It doesn’t take me very long to discover that. T: No, but we really don’t feel that way here. K: Let’s see if that is so. Why don’t you? T: It’s very easy to see how wrong that is. K: I’m not asking you to condemn, that’s very easy, but in yourself, are you still an American? T: I have an American passport. K: But I’m asking about the whole significance of feeling separate, as American, English, British and Italian, all the national geographical, religious, psychological separations.
So, am I learning, or are you learning, about authority; tearing it to pieces and seeing the facts of it? See, I’m going to India at the end of next month to talk. I said I would go on the condition I can say what I want to say, and I’m going to talk about authority, naturally, which I’ve done for the last fifty years. And people don’t want to learn; they listen, say, ‘How marvellous, what a lovely idea, oh how interesting, oh how right it is’, and just go on being slaves for the rest of their lives.
A Flame of Learning, Krishnamurti with Teachers by J. Krishnamurti