Titolo: Talks with American Students
Casa editrice: Shambhala
Data di pubblicazione: 1988
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9780877730217-3
Riassunto: Most of us in this confused and brutal world try to carve out a private life of our own, a life in which we can be happy and peaceful and yet live with the thing of this world. We seem to think that the daily life we lead, the life of struggle, conflict, pain and sorrow, is something separate from the outer world of misery and confusion. We seem to think the individual, the 'you', is different from the rest of the world. . . . When you look a little more closely, not only at your own life but also at the wold, you will see that what you are - your daily life, what you think, what you feel - is the external world, the world about you. You are the world, you are the human being that has made this world of utter disorder, the world that is crying helplessly in great sorrow. . . .
Sinossi: In 1968?a time when young Americans were intensely questioning the values of their society?Krishnamurti gave a series of talks to college students in the United States and Puerto Rico, exploring the true meaning of freedom and rebellion. Collected in this book, these lectures are perhaps even more compelling today, when both adults and young people are searching for the key to genuine change in our world.
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