Where are we going?
Presents Indian spiritual leader, writer and lecturer Krishnamurti's views of the world crisis which has developed because the old traditions and values are no longer acceptable. States that the greatest miracle is being able to listen with one's mind, eyes, and ears without the raising of self-defenses against what is being said. Argues that hope and faith should not be important and that the only important things in our lives are what we are and what is--not what we think should be--and that this requires a radical transformation of the mind.
Krishnamurti; Richard Moore; Fred Cohn; Philip Greene; Eleanor McKinney; Michael McCormack; Stanley Kronquest; Lee MacArthur; KQED Film Unit
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Philosophy; Listening; Happiness
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