knowledge of tomorrow

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There is no knowledge of tomorrow.

Observation implies no accumulation of knowledge, even though knowledge is obviously necessary at a certain level: knowledge as a doctor, knowledge as a scientist, knowledge of history, of all the things that have been. After all, that is knowledge: information about the things that have been.

There is no knowledge of tomorrow, only conjecture as to what might happen tomorrow, based on your knowledge of what has been. A mind that observes with knowledge is incapable of following swiftly the stream of thought. It is only by observing without the screen of knowledge that you begin to see the whole structure of your own thinking. And as you observe, which is not to condemn or accept, but simply to watch, you will find that thought comes to an end. Casually to observe an occasional thought leads nowhere, but if you observe the process of thinking and do not become an observer apart from the observed,if you see the whole movement of thought without accepting or condemning it,then that very observation puts an end immediately to thought, and therefore the mind is compassionate, it is in a state of constant mutation.

Jiddu Krisnamurti

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4 thoughts on “knowledge of tomorrow

  1. i; your links from a recent post led me down many side streets, which i enjoyed from my vantage point of recovering from chikungunya/dengue.. i chuckled when i read the part about infectious diseases and how they fit in the picture.

    thanks again.. i don’t comment often b/c thte pages /comment functions don’t totally load, and many times the images don’t load, but i always enjoy the heartbeat/paradigm posts.

    • I have heard some say that the Ra Material – Law Of One is the best information on the planet at the time. Alia and I studied the entire material about four years ago, and now I am re-visiting it again – it contains so much to digest!

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