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Commentaries on Living (book #1) : From the Notebooks of J. Krishnamurti

by Rajagopal, D. (editor); J. Krishnamurti

Condition: Very Good/Good

Victor Gollancz, 1967. 254 pages, blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. Book is clean inside & out. Dustjacket in Brodart, age discoloring, light stains on spine, tiny tears. Contents include: Three Pious Egoists; Gossip and Worry; Thought and Love; Aloneness and Isolation; Pupil and Master; The Rich and the Poor; Knowledge; Politics; Virture; Sleep; Love in Relationship; Search for Truth; Sensitivity; The Self; Silence; Belief; Meditation; Anger; Separateness; Power; Sincerity; Idea and Fact; Loneliness; Action and Idea; Obsession; Problems and Escapes; Jealousy; Possessiveness; Self-Esteem; Fear; Desire for Bliss; Cessation of Thought; Cause and Effect; Clarity in Action; Beauty; Fear and Escape; Stillness and Will; Ambition; Satisfaction; Wisdom is not Accumlation of Knowledge; Time; Suffering; Sensation and Happiness; Work; Security; etc.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Used.



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