Silence is difficult and arduous, it is not to be played with. It isn’t something that you can experience by reading a book, or by listening to a talk, or by sitting together, or by retiring into a wood or a monastery. I am afraid none of these things will bring about this silence. This silence demands intense psychological work. You have to be burningly aware of your snobbishness, aware of your fears, your anxieties, your sense of guilt. And when you die to all that, then out of that dying comes the beauty of silence.

~ Jiddu Krishnamurti ~

10 “Be silent, and know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation. I will be honored throughout the world.”

11 The LORD Almighty is here among us; the God of Israel is our fortress.

Psalm 46:10

In silence we found peace, detachment from the world, freedom from problem that bind us. We find God in silence. Silence doesn’t have to be in secluded place. Find your silence.


Let the silence ring so loud that make your ear deaf.


About dnial

You don't see anything You don't hear anything You don't know anything Move along and pretend nothing happen

Posted on 12 Mei, 2011, in experience, life, small talk. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Komentar.

  1. Sorrow and silence are strong, and patient endurance is godlike.

    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Evangeline (1847), Part II, Section 1

  2. The spiritual disciplines of silence and solitude may be quiet, but they’re also full of adventure, because God Himself is waiting to meet you there. [link] 😉

    Have a nice day!

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