Author: J Krishnamurti
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Achalesh Chandra Sharma
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788170287247
What are you Doing with your Life? Brings together excerpts from Krishnamurti’s books, and is the first anthology of its kind that offers the young a systematic approach to his vision of education and life.
Don’t you want to find out what you really love to do in life, instead f merely aiming at a career?
Are ambition and competition really necessary in order to live in this modern world?
What is your response to the problems of society, such as poverty, corruption, violence?
What is your relationship to your parents and teachers based on? Submission? Rebellion?,,Inderstanding?
What do love and marriage mean to you?
How do you del with your own psychological problems like boredom, jealousy, hurt, pleasure, fear, and sorrow?
What are your views on the purpose of human existence, on death, meditation, religion, God?
SECTION ONE: YOUR SELF AND YOUR LIFE
What Are You?
What Do You Want?
Thought, the Thinker, and the Prison of the Self
Insight, Intelligence, and Revolution in Your Life
Escape; Entertainment; Pleasure
Why Should We Change?
What IS the Purpose of Life?
SECTION TWO: SELF-KNOWLEDGE: THE KEY TO FREEDOM
Anger and Violence
Boredom and Interest
Self-Pity; Sorrow, Suffering
Jealousy, Possessiveness; Envy
Desire and Longing
Self-Esteem: Success and Failure
Loneliness: Depression; Confusion
Self-Ending-Not Self-Improvement-Ends Suffering
SECTION THREE: EDUCATION, WORK, AND MONEY
What is Education?
Comparison and Competition, or Cooperation?
Work: How Do You Decide?
What IS the Basis for Right Action?
SECTION FOUR: RELATIONSHIPS
What is Relationship?
Love, Desire, Sex, Dependency
Family and Society: Relationship or Exclusion?
Nature and Earth
Marriage: Love and Sex
Truth, God, Death
Meditation Is Attention