“When you ask what love is,” Krishnamurti said, “you maybe to frightened to see the answer… you may have to shatter the house you have built, you may never go back to the temple.”
“Love is not fear he said. It’s not dependence, jealousy, possessiveness, domination, responsibility, duty, self-pity, or any of the other things that conventionally pass for love. If you can eliminate all those, not by forcing them but by washing them away as the rain washes the dust of many days from a leaf, then perhaps you will come across this strange flower man hungers after!”


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