A Flame of Learning, Krishnamurti with Teachers by J. Krishnamurti

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T: But Krishnaji, you have repeated it to him ten times. You’ve shown him how to eat, talked about long hair, short hair, general behaviour, and he doesn’t see it; 36 he still goes into the dining room and puts a lump of bread on his hand and smears butter on it. K: I’ve seen all that. T: So he doesn’t see it instantly. K: No, but which is more important? Is smearing butter on bread more important than habit-forming? T: I can’t see that putting bread and butter on the plate and using a knife, sensitively, is not another habit.

You just now suggested because of fear. All right. I say, ‘I see I must help those students and myself to be completely free of fear’. Why don’t you? T: I do to the level I see. K: Your level may not be that much. T: Yes. K: But that’s not good enough. 52 T: But that’s what we’re talking about. K: That’s not good enough. Why don’t you see the whole of fear? Probably it is that you may not be interested in it. That may be the basic reason. You’re not interested in getting rid of violence, out there, and in here, which is the same.

So help me to go beyond that. It’s your responsibility; it’s my responsibility as a new teacher, to say, ‘My god, I realize I’m superficial, let’s go into it. ’ Don’t be silent. Mr. , you said you’ve gone deeply. Show me, teach me how to do this. T: Did I say that? K: Oh, yes, you did. 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.

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