“One of the most important problems to solve is that of bringing about a complete unity,” wrote in 1973 Indian author Jiddu Krishnamurti in his book entitled Beyond Violence, chapter On ´Fragmentation and Unity´. “Something beyond the fragmentary self-centred concern with the `me', at whatever level it be, social, economic or religious. The `me' and the `not me', the `we' and `they' are the factors of division.”
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