Happy Is The Man Who Is Nothing

Happy is the Man who is Nothing:

Between 1948 and the early 1960s, Krishnamurti was easily accessible, and many people came to him. On walks, in personal meetings, through letters, the relationships blossomed. He wrote the following letters to a young friend who came to him wounded in body and mind. The letters, written between June 1948 and March 1960, reveal a rare compassion and clarity: the teaching and healing unfold; separation and distance disappear; the words flow; not a word is superfluous; the healing and the teaching are simultaneous. This booklet is based on a chapter in Krishnamurti: A Biography by Pupul Jayakar.