Our Disorderly Conduct

Krishnamurti felt bound to speak to human beings because human behavior is shockingly unintelligent where intelligence matters most, and diabolically clever where it matters least. He could see that the human brain is disorderly: everything it does, it does with confidence, conviction, certainty, because it can’t do much of anything without it.

The human brain highjacked itself for the purpose of proving itself the most dangerous species on the planet, the king of beasts, the supreme being. Mission accomplished. Now what?