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What did well-known people think about Jiddu Krishnamurti (
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."
"When he entered my room I said to myself, 'Surely the lord of love has come'."
"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.
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