The mind and its power of imagination is limited, and the way of living Krishnamurti talked about is not limited. He talked about freedom and what happens when the mind, thought, realizes its limit.
This mind, admittedly, has not realized its limit. Is it because this mind isn’t interested enough in its limit to find it? How difficult can it be to find the limit of what you can do? That is, If the mind wants to find its innate limitation, it can’t take time because time is the limiting factor.
So since everything the mind can do takes time, can it stop, do nothing, and realize what timelessness is? If it can, does it realize how much it has done to create and sustain an imaginary reality?