Accepting Krishnamurti for who he was

K wasn’t a god, a holy man, nor an authority. He was a full-fledged human being who lived an extraordinary life befitting a Netflix miniseries. After reading these biographies, written by women who loved him, I have no problem accepting the man he was. His message was simple–find out for yourself; have no beliefs and no authority.

  1. Candles in the Sun by Lady Emily Lutyens
  2. Lives in the Shadows with J. Krishnamurti by Radha Sloss
  3. In the Presence of Krishnamurti by Mary Zimbalist
  4. Krishnamurti, the Open Door by Mary Lutyens
  5. Krishnamurti by Papul Jayakar

Not Netflix…Ken Burns or the BBC.

Would they have as wide a viewing audience? Can you imagine the boon for the foundations if Krishnamurti’s life story was on Netflix? There are always going to be people interested in the things K was made of, but very few these days have heard of him. It would be like a resurrection.

Where did she say that she loved him?!

Find out for yourself.

So you play hide and seek like a child.

There are 5 women authors. You should read them.