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Objectification/Judgment/Recognition as an idea and as a fact (A text to the lions)
The camels objectify everything.
They always separate themselves from their emotions.
They constantly recognize their emotions and verbalize them.
The lions are camels who experienced the end of this separation.
However this experience left a trace in their minds.
It left a piece of knowledge that peace is possible, that there is something beyond emotions and thoughts, that the two work together.
This knowledge is going to become the new foundation on which the lions are going to live and interact.
This knowledge is the knowledge that objectification is the problem, that it is the source of all conflicts and emotional reactions.
As a result, every time that a camel is going to speak objectively, the lions are going to recognize his objectification and react to it.
The lions call the camels intellectual animals because they objectify, because they keep a distance between what they are and what they say.
The problem is that the lions have transformed the experience of objectification into the knowledge of objectification.
All their reactions to the camels, all their recognitions are objectifications.
But since the lions believe that they understand the danger of objectification because they can recognize it, they do not pay attention to their own behaviour.
They do not understand that the process of recognizing objectification in someone else is still objectification.
They do not understand that objectification is a movement which cannot be captured into an idea.
The lions do not understand that what they believe they understand is an idea, not a fact, although they may call it a fact.
The lions think they know what the problem is, that is why they attack the camels without mercy.
Since the lions have objectified objectification, they have put themselves as a subject who does not objectify.
They believe in their own purity.
They battle against the camels and their objectifications and believe that since they fight objectification - which is the road to peace - they cannot be objectifying at the same time. cheap long sleeve wedding dresses
Yet they are always in conflict with the camels.
The lions believe to be fighting for peace by reacting to objectification.
However all their reactions are objectifications which precisely prevent peace between the camels and the lions.
The lions remain blind to their own attacks since they have seen the cause of all conflicts, have captured it and are now looking for peace in opposition to it.
But how could someone who wants peace still bring about so many conflicts and create so many judgments?
The lion says that he does not talk intellectually but that he merely verbalizes his emotion.
The lion feels that there is no separation between his talking and his emotion.
However the lion is all the time reacting to his emotion which is rooted in the knowledge that objectification is the problem.
The lion has judged judgment, he has objectified objectification, that is why he fights against it.
That is why he enters into resistance against it.

How do the lions intend to teach the camels that objectification is the problem if they constantly objectify and react to what the camels say?
The lions can talk about the ending of judgment, but what value does it have if they keep on judging the camels?
The lions do not forgive the camels
The lions are attached to the righteousness that they derive from their experience of the root of conflict.
They did see it but it is now nothing else but a memory which has completely reshaped their understanding of the problem.
This experience did not make them less egoistic.
This experience simply became the centre of their ego.
That is why the lion's individuality, the lion's core is to be found in his relationship with the camels.
It is in all his reactions and judgments against the camels that the lion must realize his lack of love and his own suffering.
As long as the lion objectifies what the camels say, he does not forgive them and does not teach them forgiveness.
The lion believes to be teaching forgiveness without being himself forgiving because he constantly judges.
The lion believes to be pointing to objectification as the source of the problem, although he himself objectifies all the time in order to show the problem of objectification.
This is an obvious contradiction which can be found everywhere in Krishnamurti.
The individual talks about the end of judgment but keeps on reacting to what the camels say.
The lion tries to explain why everybody should forgive but he does not forgive himself.
The lion tries to show the necessity of not judging and yet he judges in order to show it.
It is only when the lion forgives the camels' judgments and objectifications that he frees the camels from his own judgment and create room for the camel to forgive himself.
The only way for the lion to teach the camels is to die to his own judgments.
It is to see the impossibility and the contradiction of a movement which is rooted in judgment and attacks judgments and attempts to end judgment.
In such a situation, what is said verbally always contradicts completely what is truly felt.
Krishnamurti may talk about ending judgment but he does it from a place of judgment.
Judgment cannot be judged and removed.
How could anybody end recognition by recognizing recognition?
Recognition can only end if it is not fed.
The problem cannot be solved.
Lions and camels can only die to their own judgments.