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Чем люди живы MOBI ã Чем люди

Чем люди живы ➿ Чем люди живы Free ➶ Author Leo Tolstoy – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk On a winter day the kind and humble shoemaker Simon finds a naked man in the street He takes off his cloth coat wraps it around the stranger and also gives him the extra pair of boots he was carrying On a winter day the kind and humble shoemaker Simon finds a naked man in the street He takes off his cloth coat wraps it around the stranger and also gives him the extra pair of boots he was carrying Then he takes him home feeds him and let him stay for the night The next day he tells him he can stay as his assistent and asks him for his name The man says he's simply called Michael Michael stays Чем люди PDF/EPUB ² and works with Simon for six years In all this time he only smiles three times Then comes the day he leaves and explaines what happened to him.

  • Paperback
  • Чем люди живы
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • English
  • 14 May 2014
  • 9781425477554

About the Author: Leo Tolstoy

Лев Николаевич Толстой; commonly Leo Tolstoy in Anglophone countries was a Russian writer who primarily wrote novels and short stories Later in life he also wrote plays and essays His two most famous works the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina are acknowledged as two of the greatest novels of all time and a pinnacle of realist fiction Many consider Tolstoy to have been one of the world's greatest novelists Tolstoy is eually known for his complicated and paradoxical persona Чем люди PDF/EPUB ² and for his extreme moralistic and ascetic views which he adopted after a moral crisis and spiritual awakening in the s after which he also became noted as a moral thinker and social reformerHis literal interpretation of the ethical teachings of Jesus centering on the Sermon on the Mount caused him in later life to become a fervent Christian anarchist and anarcho pacifist His ideas on nonviolent resistance expressed in such works as The Kingdom of God Is Within You were to have a profound impact on such pivotal twentieth century figures as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.

10 thoughts on “Чем люди живы

  1. Ibrahim Niftiyev Ibrahim Niftiyev says:

    I was almost at the stage of crying around the end of the book Tolstoy's spiritual teaching of the reader is a special process I felt the power of fiction which teaches and explains the divine truth to the humans This is the power of Tolstoy this is the power of books this is the power of spirit

  2. Onur Onur says:

    A good book from Tolstoy upon human and love I like Tolstoy

  3. Mehmed Gokcel Mehmed Gokcel says:

    I have now understood that though it seems to men that they live by care for themselves in truth it is love alone by which they live He who has love is in God and God is in him for God is love

  4. Dianna Dianna says:

    25 stars It was little too preachy for my tastes

  5. Drilona Drilona says:

    A sweet story about what makes us humanI have learnt that all men live not by care for themselves but by loveIt was not given to the mother to know what her children needed fortheir life Nor was it given to the rich man to know what he himselfneeded Nor is it given to any man to know whether when eveningcomes he will need boots for his body or slippers for his corpseI understood that God does not wish men to live apart andtherefore he does not reveal to them what each one needs forhimself; but he wishes them to live united and therefore reveals toeach of them what is necessary for all

  6. Laurent Laurent says:

    “People only seem to live when they care only for themselves and that it is by love for others that they really live” At least that's the lesson Tolstoy offers us in this otherwise innocuous tale of Christian generosity; and usually the Dude abides but I cannot resist a thought what is there to stop of us from doing both? I have little doubt that such eminent family figures of our time as Mitch “Grandpa Fun” McConnell and Supportive Father Richard B Cheney despite some minor suabbles would have few ualms in telling us that they like Tolstoy's Simon ultimately live for little than the love of their “own dear family” And I'd be inclined to believe them — except I'd also believe of course that they eually live for the unmistakable pursuit of power and the thrill of victory no matter how high the cost and yes even the erosion of the American Republic The unmatchable zeal with which each of these men have approached the climb fails to convince me that they are not really living In fact they must have lived a thousand lives; died with each new attack; and lived again with each new victory And my proposition? They feel nothing but accomplished So forgive me Tolstoy when I uestion your suggestion that Love is the only real way to live — and again your conclusion that “he who was Love has God in him and is in God” It really doesn't seem so simple

  7. P P says:

    Another gem by a brilliant man I listened to an audiobook version obtained from Hoopla At first I was a little skeptical of the narrator but by the end the story was so moving this was easily overcome

  8. Dimitris Dimitris says:

    I loved this touching little morality tale so much Perfect Greek translationedition too

  9. zülâl zülâl says:

    25 stars This was a uite alright book The stories were a little too violent for my taste but J understand that in the past teaching was done through punishments and remembering the worst Today religion is thought through love and compassion and I prefer it this way The stories were alright there were value and respect issues but I don't know if I can hold this against Tolstoy who lived in a different era a different country and a different world Overall I'm glad I read the book it's nice to have a knowledge of Tolstoy's writing style and fiction abilities I plan to read of his books in the future

  10. Trevor Durham Trevor Durham says:

    The most moving parable I have ever read

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