The video above is just an illustration of Leo Tolstoy's will - for us to love each other, everybody.
And below is the wonderful Leo Tolstoy's book called "Love Each Other". Enjoy your reading! We love you all!
I would like, before I go, (as in my age every meeting with people is a farewell) briefly tell you how, in my understanding, people should live, so that our life would not be an evil and grief as it seems to the most people now, but it would be what God wants and what we all want, that is a blessing and joy, which it should be. Continue reading Love Each Other – by Leo Tolstoy→
The True Story, Based on a Tale by Guy de Maupassant
There is a little, tiny, kingdom called Monaco between France and Italy, on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. There are less inhabitants in this kingdom than in some big village – only seven thousand. And the land, if divided among the citizens, wouldn’t exceed an acre per soul. But the king in this kingdom is real. And he has a palace, and courtiers, and ministers, and bishops, and generals, and an army. Continue reading Too Expensive by Leo Tolstoy→
Trust yourself, growing out of childhood young people when your souls for the first time raise questions: who am I, why I live, and why all surrounding me people live? And the most concerning question – whether I live properly and so do all people surrounding me? Continue reading Trust Yourself by Leo Tolstoy→
“No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one and love the other; or else he will hold to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.”—Luke xvi. 13.
“He that is not with me is against me, and he that gathers not for me scatters abroad.”—Matthew xii. 30.
Enormous areas of the very best lands – by which millions of now poverty-stricken families might be fed – are taken with tobacco, vineyards, barley, hemp, and especially rye and potatoes, – grown to produce intoxicating beverages: wine, beer, and especially vodka. Continue reading To God or to Mammon? – by Leo Tolstoy→
The first successful brainwashing was applied to the Christians.
What they do for religious or political brainwashing is work on the emotions until they reach an abnormal level of anger, fear, excitement, or nervous tension. This results in impaired judgement and increased suggestibility. They intensify this condition until reach catharsis, which makes mental takeover easier. Then they replace the existing mental state with new patterns of thinking and behavior.