Jiddu Krishnamurti is regarded as, one of the greatest teacher and philosopher of all times. Born in a small town in South India, he and his brother, were adopted by Anne Besant, the president of Theosophical Society, then. Bound by no tradition, he spoke for humanity and was against the conditioned mindset of mankind. Only such a person can speak about, ‘Anonymous creativity‘.
He says, “To want to be famous is tawdry, trivial, stupid, it has no meaning; but because we don’t love what we are doing, we want to enrich us with fame. You know, it is good to hide your brilliance under a bushel, to love what you are doing and not to show off.”
He breathed his last on 17th February, 1986 in Ojai.