On Truth offers Krishnamurti's most profound ruminations on the search for truth. In 1929, he began his life of public teaching by saying, "Truth is a pathless land." Throughout his many years of speaking to audiences of all ages and backgrounds, he continually emphasized that truth cannot be approached through the instrument of thought. Truth is intangible and nameless and can only be realized through exploring the total movement of thought and its activities. Appearing in print for the first time, these vital teachings show how truth arises when effort ceases, the mind is empty and there is only the present moment. We learn that truth comes uninvited, "with glory," when one puts all in order and "in that there is great sacredness."