By J. Krishnamurti
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We’re going to learn about a very simple thing, which is, do you look at me, or look at the world, or look at something with prejudices? So let’s talk about prejudices. Have you a prejudice? ’ T: How do prejudices differ from distortions? K: No, prejudice distorts. T: Yes, so it is a type of distortion. K: It is a distortion.
Right? We are together in this, we’re going to help each other to be free of violence. Do you feel this; do you see the necessity of it? T: Yes, but before we can convey it to the student, we’d have to be clear with each other first. K: Oh, no. You have had time, for seven years, or four years, or two years. T: For the student, maybe time doesn’t come into it. 53 K: That’s just what I’m saying. Time may not come into it at all. T: So we’ve probably been going about it in the wrong way. K: Maybe.
I have no clichés to trot out and I see that I’m really, deeply, passionately interested in this. You have told me to have no motive, that it’s only then we can cooperate, that I have to learn, with your help and with the students’, to lose my self-interest, the desire to dominate and all that, which are forms of self-interest. Can all this be done here through talking to them, pointing out, exploring together the possibilities of this? Will a student be transformed at the end of the term, or when he leaves here?