TLOEP.org, Meditation: Where there is respectability there is no order, by J. Kirshnumarti

Where there is respectability there is no order

By J. Kirshnumarti


Most parents unfortunately think they are responsible for their children and their sense of responsibility takes the form of telling them what they should do and what they should not do, what they should become and what they should not become. The parents want their children to have a secure position in society. What they call responsibility is part of that respectability they worship; and it seems to me that where there is respectability there is no order; they are concerned only with becoming a perfect bourgeois. When they prepare their children to fit into society they are perpetuating war, conflict and brutality. Do you call that care and love?

Freedom from the Known, 83

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