Thought is your Enemy – Mind-shattering Conversations with a Man called U.G

Thought is your Enemy by UG Krishnamurti Free ebookThought is your Enemy – Mind-shattering Conversations with a Man called U.G. This quote caught my interest:

“Is there any such thing as happiness? I would say, no. So, the quest for happiness is a cultural input, and that is the common desire that we know exists everywhere, in every part of the world. That is what we all want, and that want is the most important want in human beings everywhere. Happiness, if you want to use that word, is like any other sensation. The moment thought separates itself from what is called the sensation of happiness, the demand to keep that sensation going longer than its natural duration also occurs with it. So, any sensation, however extraordinary, however pleasant it may be, is rejected by the body. Keeping that sensation going longer than its duration of life is destroying the sensitivity of the sensory perceptions and sensitivity of this living organism. That is the battle that is going on.”

Thought is your Enemy
Thought is your Enemy – Mind-shattering Conversations with a Man called U.G.
Written by: U.G. Krishnamurti
Published by: SOWMYA PUBLISHERS
Edition: Second Edition 1991
ISBN: None
Available in: Ebook

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5 thoughts on “Thought is your Enemy – Mind-shattering Conversations with a Man called U.G”

  1. @kirk crist

    Rakesh is correct. I have my Adobe Reader X set so that all my pdf files open to the page I was on when I last closed the file.

    Edit > Preferences > Documents > make sure to check “Restore last view settings when reopening documents”.

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  2. @kirk crist

    In some pdf reader you can go to “preference” and then to “history” where you can change setting to ‘rememeber last view”. This will open your pdf page which you read last time.

    Hope this helps.

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  3. it would be a lot better and make for easier reading if we could download these books to kindle.

    pdf files make you start from the beginning of the book where as kindle “remembers” where you left off and opens the book at that point.
    I still very much appreciate the service you provide us seekers.

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