An in-depth review of The Quotable Krishnamurti by Robert Epstein has recently appeared in RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities.

The review reads, “He went on to live a life as a mere sage, giving speeches to those who came to him (mostly in Madras, India and at his retreat in Ojai, California). His presentations were simple, free of cant … if a little spacey. I recall hearing several that were broadcast over KPFA, and I remember being struck by the fact that I could access so little of their content the day after, although to this day I remember his hypnotic repetition of the words ‘the observer’ and ‘the observed.’ Evidently the confusion of the two (I think this was his point) is that when we cease to make such a distinction, we will be on the beginning of the road to peace or whatever the hell it is that we think we are seeking.”

Read the full review here.

The Quotable Krishnamurti is on Amazon!

RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities can be found online at ralphmag.org.

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