Krishnamurti Quotes: Time Arises Only When There is Approximation Between Action and Idea

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8c960-jiddu_krishnamurtiJ. Krishnamurti Online, December 6, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/n75fqn3

For us, idea becomes extremely important, not action, and action is merely an approximation to the idea. Is it possible to act without idea and therefore no approximation at all at any time? This means really that one has to go into the question of why idea has taken the place of action.

People talk about action: What is the right thing to do? The right thing to do is not an idea divorced from action, because then action becomes an approximation to the idea, and still the idea is important but not action. So how are you to act so completely, so totally, that there is no approximation, that you are living all the time completely?

Such a person has no need of an idea, of concepts, of formulas, of methods. Then, there is no time but only action; time arises…

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