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Jiddu Krishnamurti on watching Violence

Question: If I watch violence passionately with care, will that free me from violence?

Jiddu Krishnamurti : The question of violence - has the questioner tried it, or is it merely an idea to him: If I do this, will I get that? What does ``watching passionately'' mean? To watch with care, as when you watch a child with care. What happens when you watch a child with care? You do not condemn it, do you?

You do not say that child is not so clever as the other child. Probably you do - which means you really do not care. You do not watch that child when you are comparing, when you are condemning, when you are judging.

When you condemn violence through nonviolence as an idea and when you want to get rid of it, you do not observe all the psychological implications and the structure of violence. It is only when you observe completely, there is an end to violence. You can do this; if you do, then you will find out for yourself. Do not ask anybody, but do it and find out.

Source: Talks by Jiddu Krishnamurti in India 1963

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