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" Remember that all selfish desire binds, however high may be its object, and until you have got rid of it you are not wholly free to devote yourself to the work of the Master. When all desires for self are gone, there may still be a desire to see the result... "
At the Feet of the Master - Page 33
by Alcyone - 2007 - 81 pages
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At the Feet of the Master

Jiddu Krishnamurti - Theosophy - 1911 - 71 pages
...cannot be thinking when that self should be set free, or what kind of heaven it shall have. Bemember that all selfish desire binds, however high may be...perhaps even you want him to see it too, and to be 30 grateful. But this is still desire, and also want of trust. When you pour out your strength to help,...
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Life: Your Great Adventure

Eunice Layton - Philosophy - 1988 - 191 pages
...merely to the personality. Desirelessness Next we come to a second qualification — desirelessness. "When all desires for self are gone, there may still...too, and to be grateful. But this is still desire .... you must do right for the sake of the right, not in the hope of reward." This is difficult indeed...
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Inspirations from Ancient Wisdom: At the Feet of the Master, Light on the ...

J. Krishnamurti - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1999 - 157 pages
...have. Remember that all selfish desire binds, however high may be its object, and until you have gotten rid of it you are not wholly free to devote yourself...anybody, you want to see how much you have helped them; perhaps even you want them to see it too, and to be grateful. But this is still desire, and also...
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