Hello again Douglas and thanks for the clarification.
When I said “I don’t really know why this is so”, I was expressing my confusion as to how we react when we first come across (and possibly much later too) Krishnamurti’s teachings given that we have not actually lived the truth of what he is saying. According to the original post from Krishnamurti Information Network, our version of his ideas takes root in the mind as memory. If this is so, aren’t we missing something very important from the very outset? What about Krishnamurti himself? Should he have addressed this fundemental flaw in our approach to his teachings more than he actually did? If we are “not getting it”, isn’t what was pointed out in the original post by KIN something that we should be giving great importance to?