Effort is desire, and desire can die only when the mind ceases to acquire. How simple it is just to live! But it is no stagnation. There is great happiness in not wanting, in not being something, in not going somewhere. When the mind purges itself of all thought, only then is there the silence of creation. The mind is not tranquil as long as it is travelling in order to arrive. For the mind, to arrive is to succeed, and success is ever the same, whether at the beginning or at the end. There is no purgation of the mind if it is weaving the pattern of its own becoming. - J. Krishnamurti, Commentaries on Living second series.
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What is the real, true value in life? What do we cherish the most? What is your real currency? And what if you crave for this your entire life, but you didn't know?