By Jiddu Krishnamurti
Krishnamurti brought those Talks at Rajghat - Benares, at the banks of the Ganges River, in the course of the month of December 1952, to girls and boys, of the a while of nine to twenty. Krishnamurti starts by means of placing forth the next inquiries to the scholars: "Why are you studying historical past, arithmetic, geography? have you considered why you visit colleges and schools? Is it now not vitally important to determine why you're filled with info, with so-called wisdom? what's all this so-called schooling? Your mom and dad ship you right here simply because they've got taken sure levels and feature handed definite examinations. have you requested yourselves why you're right here, and feature the academics themselves requested you why you're right here? Do the lecturers themselves be aware of why they're here?"
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Of course you would not be frightened, because up to now you have been brought up to do exactly what you were told to do, to think along certain lines, to act in a certain manner, to follow certain ideas. If you are asked to do what you like, would you not be completely at a loss? If your parents told you to marry whom you liked, you would shiver, would you not? Because you have been conditioned - as I explained yesterday, by tradition, by fears - you will soon find that, if you are left to yourself, to be left alone is the greatest danger.
You may want to be free; but when you yourself are frightened, can you withstand all these barriers, all these impositions? Is it not very important even from childhood not to encourage fear but, on the contrary to help the child to see the implications of fear, and help him to be free? If you are frightened, there is an end to freedom. Question: We have been brought up in society. How is it possible to be free? Krishnamurti: Are you conscious of the fear? Are you aware that you are frightened?
Then, if you find it and if it is a true thing, then you will love it right through life. In that, there will be no ambition, no competition, no struggle, no fighting each other for position, for prestige; and perhaps then you will be able to create a new world. Then, in that world, all the ugly things of the old generation will not exist, their wars, their mischief, their separative gods, their rituals which mean absolutely nothing, their government, their violence. In a place of this kind, the responsibility of the teacher and of you is very great, because you can create a new world, a new culture, a new way of life.
Collected Works 7 - Tradition And Creativity by Jiddu Krishnamurti