Table of contents for Inward revolution : bringing about radical change in the world / J. Krishnamurti ; edited by Ray McCoy.

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[[Contents, book p. v]]
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Preface xx [[TK]]
1. Can I live in this mad world without effort? 000
2. Can thought find a harmonious way of living? 000
3. What prevents the mind from having immense space? 000
4. Is truth fixed or something living? 000
5. What is the quality of a mind that is in a state of meditation? 000
6. Is it possible to live in this marvellous world with love, with beauty with truth? 000
7. How do you look at your life? 000
8. Can there be an inward and therefore an outward revolution? 000
9. What is love? What is death? 000
10. How is the mind to be quiet? 000
11. How do you look at yourself and at the world? 000
12. Can the mind be profoundly free? 000
13. Is it possible to change our psychological nature radically? 000
14. Can you hold the Earth in you hand, the sea in your fist? 000
Appendix 000 [[TK]]

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Conduct of life.