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March 12, 2013 - 11 went

a socrates cafe in queens meetup

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  • Jorge

    With regard to the 2nd question (lisa's question) we discussed on Monday, July 20, 2015 at the Socrates Café in Queens at Panera Bread Café. See above quote from Krishnamurti.

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  • Yen

    What was the selected 2nd question?

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  • Anthony G.

    Even if mankind were to somehow miraculously overcome its major differences in nationalism, nationality, religion, and ambition, the minor and small differences would fill the vacuum and rear their ugly head: differences in neighborhood, possessions, appearance, occupation, status, etc. Even if these minor differences were also overcome, it is my opinion that each individual's primary motivation on a daily basis is to somehow elevate himself/herself above their friends, associates, even strangers. This trait can be responsible for striving, achieving, accomplishing, building, and creating. However, it obviously has also been responsible for racism, jealousy, betrayal, paranoia, suspicion, greed and occasionally murder. Although I don't believe J. Krishnamurti's quote quite embraces totalitarianism, it does aspire to a world of democratic brotherhood that has and always will eludes mankind's grasp.

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  • Miriam B.

    I agree that it is human nature to want to be "one up" on the next fellow.

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