This book can be regarded as a companion volume to Krishnamurti's Notebook and Krishnamurti to Himself.
In September 1973 Krishnamurti suddenly started keeping a journal. He made daily entries in a notebook, first while staying at Brockwood Park in Hampshire, England, and then in Rome and California. Nearly every entry starts with a vivid description of some natural scene which serves as the backdrop for his reflections on the human predicament and man's ancient quest for the transcendental. The journal reveals to what an extent his teaching is inspired by his closeness to nature. Throughout, Krishnamurti refers to himself in the third person as 'he', and incidentally he tells us something about himself and his early days - something which he has not done before in his talks or writings.
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