A different way of life
Author: J. Krishnamurti, Allan W. Anderson
In this book, consisting of eighteen conversations with Allan W. Anderson, Krishnamurti emphasizes that placing our hopes in traditional religions, or in science, or in politics, or in the market economy, is not only useless, when we want to solve the fundamental problems of man, but even harmful. Through the enslavement to the "authority" of experts, gurus, priests, we fail, and the consequences are before everyone's eyes, in search of the true purposes of our life. According to Krishnamurti, the way to overcome our difficulties can only begin in the mind of each of us, from the awareness of our way of perceiving life, ourselves and others.