Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1986) was one of the most profound and enlightened men, who inspired thousands of people all over the world. However, he has always lived by rejecting the label of guru, to encourage the search for freedom and inner understanding. He met with people not to teach, but to understand, to explore together the meaning of the existence of man and the world. What he insisted most on was that truth is a "pathless land" and cannot be reached through an institutionalized system, be it a religion, a philosophy or a political party. His words helped to explore the most crucial issues: death, the malattia, freedom, love, meditation, fear, god, nature. In addition to many books published in his life, he remains of him pages and pages of transcripts of speeches given in Europe, India and America, as well as diaries, letters and more. It is mostly from this unpublished material that this series of monographic volumes entitled “Krishnamurti su” has been taken; each text is dedicated to a particularly characteristic theme of his teaching and relevant in daily life.