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By Jiddu Krishnamurti

Krishnamurti added those Talks at Rajghat - Benares, at the banks of the Ganges River, in the course of the month of December 1952, to girls and boys, of the a long time of nine to twenty. Krishnamurti starts off through placing forth the subsequent inquiries to the scholars: "Why are you studying heritage, arithmetic, geography? have you considered why you visit colleges and faculties? Is it now not vitally important to determine why you're filled with details, with so-called wisdom? what's all this so-called schooling? Your mom and dad ship you the following simply because they've got taken yes levels and feature handed definite examinations. have you requested yourselves why you're right here, and feature the lecturers themselves requested you why you're right here? Do the lecturers themselves comprehend why they're here?"

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But it may be or it may not be. Inwardly there is no certainty, and outwardly there is no certainty. If you ask the refugees that have left Pakistan or any of the refugees from Eastern Europe, they will tell you that there is no security. But inwardly they feel that there is security; and so they cling to it. You may remove the outward security; but still inwardly you are very eager and build your security, because you do not want to let that go. That implies greater fear. Supposing tomorrow, or in a few years' time, your parents tell you to do what they want, to marry or not to marry.

You know what `vocation' means? Something which you will love to do, which is natural. After all, that is the function of education, of a school of this kind, to help you to grow independently so that you are not ambitious but can find your true vocation. The ambitious man has never found his true vocation. If he had found, he would never be ambitious. Is it not the function of the teacher, of the Principal, of the Manager, of the Trustees of this place to help you to be intelligent - which means, not to be afraid - so that you can choose, you can find out your own vocation, your own way of life, the way you want to live, the way you want to earn your own livelihood.

Krishnamurti: You are not putting it in the right way. I want to become an artist, a painter; and I know painting will bring me very little money. What am I to do? Sacrifice my urge to paint and become a clerk? That is what happens. I become a clerk and I am in great conflict, I am in misery; and because I suffer and am frustrated, I will make miserable my wife and children. So, what am I to do? I say to my parents, `I want to paint, I will give you what little I can from the little I have, that is all I can do'.

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