The First and Last Freedom
The First and Last Freedom was first brought out in 1954 by a British publisher in response to demands from all over the world for a comprehensive book on Krishnamurti’s teachings. The value of the book was enhanced with Aldous Huxley writing a masterly Foreword, in which he says: ‘In this volume of selections from the writings and recorded talks of Krishnamurti, the reader will find a clear contemporary statement of the fundamental human problem, together with an invitation to solve it in the only way in which it can be solved – for and by himself.’
The book falls into two parts: Krishnamurti's reflections on life, and answers to questions put to him by his audiences. It covers a wide range of themes , from boredom and gossip to self-knowledge and God, and thus provides a good starting point for those wishing to familiarize themselves with his teachings.
|Book Title||The First and Last Freedom (The First and Last Freedom)|
|Publisher||Krishnamurthi Foundation India (Krishnamurthi Foundation India)|