Jiddu Krishnamurti about himself

Friend, do not concern yourself with who I am; you will never know. I do not want you to accept anything I say. I do not want anything from any of you; I do not desire popularity; I do not want your flattery, your following. Because I am in love with life, I do not want anything.
These questions are not of very great importance;
what is of importance is the fact that you obey and allow your judgement to be perverted by authority.
Your judgement, your mind, your affection, your life are being perverted by things which have no value, and herein lies sorrow