Have we ever wondered why many of us do not flower despite the teachings? Why are we operating in the realms of time whereas we have very well understood the implication of time as a danger? We have read Krishnamurti, most seriously, passionately – no doubt, we have understood line by line, and often we have felt a surge of energy as we read, yet the transformation has eluded us forever. The instant transformation seems to be just around the corner but that corner proves, over and over again, a distant vision. K says it is there, but we fail to touch it. Why? Have we considered a blockage which might be out of habit, as a force of traditional thinking? Are we willing to look at it together? There are many people who find K too difficult to follow. They find K intellectually too challenging. What is hindering their comprehension when K describes in the simplest of language? So, what is that common factor that we have all overlooked? Suspending ourselves and staying with the question – may land us in non-tradition of discovery; or it may not! However, it’s worth examining.