It Appears True: It Isn’t Possible To Solve Each And Every Problem In The World

The replicative nature of thought appears to continue infinitely, and in such a way that as it multiplies, so to do our problems.

So on the face of it, the statement which is the title of this article does appear to be true. It seems impossible for us to get on top of all of our problems and they seem to only be multiplying.

Now, what if all of humanity’s problems also exist in the form of one single solitary problem? Wouldn’t that make the whole thing a lot less daunting? Would that not seem possible?

If we acknowledge the fact that it is impossible to solve all of humanities problems, then, because of the “law of opposites”, the opposite, or negation of this fact would be “It is totally and completely possible to solve one single problem”. The way in which all of humanities problems do indeed also exist as one single solitary problem is in the form of our unawareness of the nature of thought itself.

Is any of this true?

Please look to see if you can see what is being point to for yourself. Observe like a scientist, impartially. If you’re partial to something other than what it is you’re observing while you’re observing, then you’re probably not really observing, and if you’re not observing then you have no chance of “seeing” and then really changing.

J. Krishnamurti — Thought, the root cause of all our problems.

J Krishnamurti — Fear and the network of escapes.