I wonder what JK's thoughts were in regard to the Kalama Sutta and the Atta Dipa, about whether such a discussion or dialogue ever occured in comparison.
Just checked and BuddhaNet seems to have quite a bit on this and other subjects related to him:http://www.buddhanet.net/bvk_study/bvk_preface.htmYou Are Your Own Master
Be A Light Unto Yourself
You must know for yourself, directly, the truth of yourself and you cannot realize it through another, however great. There is no authority that can reveal it.-J. Krishnamurti , Authentic Report of Sixteen Talks
given in 1945 & 1946...p. 85
You must understand it, go into it, examine it, give your heart and your mind, with everything that you have, to find out a way of living differently. That depends on you, and not on someone else, because in this there is no teacher, no pupil; there is no leader; there is no guru; there is no Master, no Saviour. You yourself are the teacher and the pupil; you are the Master; you are the guru; you are the leader; you are everything.-Talks by Krishnamurti in U.S.A 1966 p.73
If you are very clear, if you are inwardly a light unto yourself, you will neve follow anyone.-Krishnamurti's Talks ,Benares - India 1949
(Verbatim Report) p.38.
The Buddha said :
Atta hi attano natho atta hi attano gati-Dhammapada - 380
You are your own master,
you make your own future .
Attadipa Viharath Attasarana Anannasarana, Dhammadipa Dhammasarana Anannasarana-Digha Nikaya, maha parinibbana sutta
Abide with oneself as an island, with oneself as a refuge.
Abide with the Dhamma as an island, with the Dhamma
as a refuge. Seek not for an external refuge.
(Dhamma is 'The Teachings' and taking refuge in Dhamma is 'going into' theTeachings)