Was fascinated to see a thread on JK. As a kid I was fortunate to run into his life story by Mary Lutyens(?). A year later I ended up buying a book by Jiddu titled 'The Flame of Attendion', a thin paperback book.
It took me a long time to digest his words but it was all worth it in the end. I've come across some people including my own english professfor back then, calling him abstract. I guess one has to have depth in thinking to make something out of JK.
These days they play one of his lectures on Aastha tv every weekend on satellite tv. Now and then I still enjoy some of his discourses on audio.