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Krishnamurti's Book of Life Daily Thoughts project

PROJECT BOL - Krishnamurti's Book of Life - PROMOTION


NEW, please, pay attention... A FREE personal 2009 Book of Life Calendar 

Please, click here to see more information about the FREE BOL Calendars! Any appointment to remember? A new idea to write down?
Anything that you would like to keep as a daily log?
So, why not getting this brand new FREE 2009 calendar that helps you keep organized, and comes with Jiddu Krishnamurti's Thought for every day of the year?
It works with the famous
TreePad Lite (freeware)...
Just give it a try!  
Please, click here to see a video about Krishnamurti and listen to him!

Believe what you see... 

See a video about Krishnamurti 
with Windows Media Player 
and listen to him speaking! (kfa.org site)http://www.kfa.org/video/you_are_the_world.wmv

You can add a new tab at your NS Sidebar with a link to this site and a daily new title. You only have to click here to add this tab ...
add NSSide-Bar

See a snapshot of the NS Sidebar tab (click on the picture to have a natural scale view of the tab- then click [Alt] + [back arrow] to return here)- It's content updates constantly! You don't need a newsticker. You only need Netscape 6 or + , Mozilla 1 or a newer browser from the Mozilla family.


please, click here to see a real scale image of my first version - then click [Alt] + [back arrow] to return here

With NewsTickers...

What file should I link to?

Here is the list of files (copy the link address) that are updated every day at...
if you have this tool working, you could click here to get informed every day about the thoughts of the week! This new system works with this means that it works with Windows! If you have Windows, see more info about this FREE utility to spread the news!
 Windows (know more about it) please, click here to know more of this FREE win-tool!
SourceForge Logo thank you,

as text streams: XML file RSS file RDF file  
special cases for special newstickers (modifies text)
your number of channels:
your type:
now, please, copy this address in your newsticker:
bolNews.opmlclick here to add this ampheta.opml file (rdf interface) to your running Amphetadesk server at port 8888 (or copy an altered port number at the right text area) click here to copy this .opml file (rdf interface) to your drive for any running newsticker that understand's it...(right click and copy link) does this: (you could change the port number or the host name)

This is the most well-known newsticker for your desktop: Amphetadesk .
BoL_news.RDF copy this:

This is the most commonly used for newstickers on your desktop (like: knewsticker for GNU-LINUX .)
BoL_news.XMLXML type if you are an AmphetaDesk user that don't want to link to the ompl file,please, click here if you have your AmphetaDesk Server running at port :8888 copy this:

This is another standard and is very used on all platforms (like: HeadLineViewer .). Clicking on the XML icon you should: a) download this xml file / b) see it (just copy it's content)- Paste it at a new text file with your txt editor and save it ending in .xml.
BoL_news.RSS copy this:

This is not so standard and I am not sure if it is useful for this site.

You can click on any of the previous links to see the file and be sure that it would work with your program.

This is not so standard and I am not sure if it is useful for this site.


This is NEW, please, pay attentionConnect with the sources...

You could read directly from the XML file (with an XML reader/converter/parser)
Book_of_Life.XML copy this:

And its DTD file (the XML's file structure)
Book_of_Life.DTD copy this:


Use these icons

These icons are small enough to use with the newstickers
all the icons are alike (only bolMini.xpm is smaller)

Choose the icon address that fits better for your link.

copy this:
all the icons above are alike (only bolMini.xpm is smaller)

Here is how it works:

  • A program for reading news.
  • Copy one of the above addresses at your program's setup options.
  • Every time that the program searches the Web, it is going to read the copied link and get the title of the new K.Daily Thought with a link to see it at this site, and probably an image from the site. 
  • From your desktop or from your web site, you are going to read the title and would be able to click on it to access to this site
  • If this is very odd to you, it would be better that you download and install the e-book at your desktop, where you can read it at your pleasure. 
download a FREE copy of my E-Book for testing or for fun...

For Journalists

What did well-known people think about Jiddu Krishnamurti ( thank you,Reza )?

  • Franz Beckenbauer: " I keep a copy of Freedom From The Known by my bedside... you should also read that book." 

  • George Bernard Shaw: called Krishnamurti "a religious figure of the greatest distinction" and added, "He is the most beautiful human being I have ever seen."  

  • Khalil Gibran: "When he entered my room I said to myself, 'Surely the lord of love has come'."  

  • Van Morrison: "I feel the meaning of Krishnamurti for our time is that one has to think for oneself and not be swayed by any outside religious or spiritual authorities." 

  • Henry Miller: wrote, "There is no man I would consider it a greater privelege to meet". "I know of no living man whose thought is more inspiring." "There is a name . . . which stands out in contrast to all that is secret, suspect, confusing, bookish and enslaving: Krishnamurti. Here is one man of our time who may be said to be a master of reality. He stands alone..." "[His] language is naked, revelatory and inspiring. . . Instead of an obstacle race or a rat trap, it makes of daily life a joyous pursuit. There is something about Krishnamurti's utterances which makes the reading of books seem utterly superfluous."

  • Aldous Huxley:after attending one of Krishnamurti's talks, confided in a letter, 
    " . . . the most impressive thing I have listened to. It was like listening to a discourse of the Buddha - such power, such intrinsic authority. . . ". " The reader will find a clear contemporary statement of the fundamental human problem, together with an invitation to solve it in the only way in which it can be solved - by and for himself. "

  • Times (London), Literary Supplement: " There is nothing vague about Krishnamurti's teaching. It is precise and penetrating ." 

  • Alan Watts: " A strong ally who awakened responsive chords in me by the freshness of a way of thinking that was quite outside the usual ruts of moral and spiritual teaching.

  • Dalai Lama:  " One of the greatest thinkers of the age

  • Time Magazine: named K, along with Mother Teresa, as " one of the five saints of the 20th century ". 

  • Deepak Chopra: " Krishnamurti influenced me profoundly and helped me personally break through the confines of my own self-imposed restrictions to my freedom...My first encounter with Krishnamurti was in the mid 1980s. He was giving a lecture at the Felt Forum in Madison Square Garden. lt was a cold wintery morning, there was sleet and snow and a thousand people were waiting outside. I was one of them. Krishnamurti spoke for two hours. He was direct, profound and ruthlessly honest. When I walked out the sleet and snow had stopped and there was bright sunshine. For some reason I was feelin9 that the sun was bright and warm because I was feeling bright and warm inside. I never met Krishnamurti personally although I have been close to many who were close to him and I see the remarkabIe effect this man had on their lives. In my own life Krishnamurti influenced me profound1y and helped me personal1y break through the confines of my own self-imposed restrictions to my freedom. "

(Note: there are more comments at http://www.rezamusic.com - Thanks for these!)

Klip file

this is the cover of the real book at kfa
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