What the wise Men – and Women – Say

J Krishnamurti – You are the world

Throughout history, rare individuals have broken the tradition: Socrates, Einstein, Martin Luther, the great revolutionary Jesus Christ, Freud, the Buddha … they had the courage and insight to see themselves and the world around them in a completely new way; and what they saw changed the world … for ever.



J Krishnamurti – One

The unity of all human beings. If human beings realise that we are all one … not as an idea, but as a fact because everywhere you go, you see the same misery, the confusion and the despair… that human beings all through the world go through the same agony as one goes through … all psychologically bound together … if one realises that profoundly, then you are responsible …



Bob Thurman on compassion

In our hyperlinked world, we can know anything, anytime. And this mass enlightenment, says Buddhist scholar Bob Thurman, is our first step toward the compassion of our Buddha nature – and the first person who becomes happy when compassion emerges in your heart is yourself.

Bob Thurman is the first American to be ordained a Tibetan Monk by the Dalai Lama, Robert A.F. Thurman is a scholar, author and tireless proponent of peace.


Sraddhalu Ranade – Our Inner Climate

Sraddhalu Ranade from the Sri Aurobindo Ashram says all we do in the world is an expression of what is inside us and anything we try to do, ultimately, will be as good as we are inside, in our own being. Because we have become disconnected and split inside, all we do is disconnected and split. We have lost the sense of oneness and unity within and therefore we have lost the sense of oneness with nature and with mother Earth.

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Hopi Elder Message – Important Wisdom and prophecies

We are getting very close to a time of great renewal… If you are not spiritually connected to the Earth and understand the spiritual reality of how to live on Earth, it is likely you will not make it ….



This Earth is precious

One of the most beautiful and profound statement on the environment ever made.

 In 1854, Chief Seattle replied to an offer for a large area of Indian land by the “Great White Chief” in Washington who promised a `reservation’ for the Indian people.

The original letter of Chief Seattle appeared in the Seattle Sunday Star on Oct. 29, 1887, in a column by Dr. Henry A. Smith. He makes it clear that his version is not an exact copy, but rather the best he could put together from notes taken at the time[read more…]


Toward Total Transformation

A talk by Vimala Thakar

It seems that the time is now ripe to see the vital necessity of perceiving life as one indivisible whole, not fragmenting it, not dividing it, not creating different patterns of behavior and codes of conduct for the individual and the collective, but looking upon life as one indivisible whole, trying to discover what can be done to live in that totality of life, sanely, scientifically, with peace in one’s heart and peace in mutual relationships. That seems to be the basic issue today [read more…]


Consciousness and Climate: Confluence of Two Living Systems

Statement of the Brahma Kumaris world Spiritual University for the United Nations Climate Change Conference December 7-18, 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Soul Power

A talk by BK Sister Jayanti

The power of the human spirit or the power of the soul is the natural original core values and universal qualities that the soul possesses. Peace, goodness of spirit, inner wisdom are an innate part of our inner world.



J Krishnamurti on Love

Talks in Washington – 1985

So what is love? I don’t know if you have time to go into the question. When one is ambitious, aggressive, on which you are all brought up: to be aggressive, to be successful, to be famous, to be known, how can there be love?

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