By Leo Tolstoy (translated by Peter Sekirin)
This is often the first-ever English-language variation of the ebook Leo Tolstoy thought of to be his most vital contribution to humanity, the paintings of his life's final years. generally learn in prerevolutionary Russia, banned and forgotten lower than Communism; and lately rediscovered to nice pleasure, A Calendar of knowledge is a daily consultant that illuminates the trail of a existence worthy residing with a brightness undimmed through time. Unjustly censored for almost a century, it merits to be put with the few books in our background that would by no means stop instructing us the essence of what's very important during this global.
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Blaise Pascal Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I might take it again. No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This command ment have I received of my Father. —John 10:17-18 Only those people who deny their own personality can understand the religious teaching. —The Talmud He who wants to save his soul, will lose it; and he who wants to lose his life for me and the new testament, will save it.
Start the improvement of this world from within. —F. Robert de Lamennais - “Be perfect, as your heavenly Father Christ said. This does not mean that Christ asked people to be as good as God; only that everyone should strive for perfection. Pure perfection can be found only in God; one’s life con sists of becoming closer to God. And when a person knows that good is good and that evil is evil, then he or she gets closer to good, and moves farther from evil. —Confucius There is nothing more harmful to you than improving only your material, animal side of life.
When a person remembers this, the thought of it can save him from evil, and help him to do good. February 15 There is simplicity of nature, and there is simplicity of wisdom. Both of them evoke love and respect. The greatest truth is the most simple one. When people speak in a very elaborate and sophisticated way, they either want to tell a lie, or to admire themselves. You should not believe such people. Good speech is always clear, clever, and understood by all. Simplicity is the consequence of refined emotions.
A Calendar of Wisdom by Leo Tolstoy (translated by Peter Sekirin)