Results for Tolstoy

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

How Tolstoy found his purpose – the beloved author on personal growth and the meaning of existence

tweet picture

From our archives, 8/20/1911: A young doctor recalls her visit with Tolstoy

tweet picture

"To immerse yourself in a warm audio bath of Tolstoy while you do the washing-up is undoubtedly pleasant, but it is not to be compared with the exhilarating intimacy of reading," writes Jane Shilling

"The two most powerful warriors are patience and time." - Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy

Dear Russians, if you are watching, I do not think you killed Jeffrey Epstein. But you did screw us in the 1972 Olympics basketball final. PS—Thank you for helping us win World War II. And for Tolstoy. He’s good.

"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." - Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy

“I’m writing for black people in the same way that Tolstoy was not writing for me, a 14-year-old colored girl from Lorain, Ohio …The point is not having the white critic sit on your shoulder and approve it,” said Toni Morrison

The Retweet train Show AFTER DARK the two most powerful warriors are patience and time Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy *womenatwar *Remembrance pic via *Annakoussertari

tweet picture

“Future love does not exist. Love is a present activity only. The man who does not manifest love in the present has not love.” Tolstoy on love and its paradoxical demands:

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

“Kings are the slaves of history.“ Tolstoy.

"If it is true that there are as many minds as there are heads, then there are as many kinds of love as there are hearts" Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” - Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy

The War Studies Department at King’s College London and the Peace Studies Department at the University of Bradford compete in an annual football match called “The Tolstoy Cup”. So far, Peace has beaten War 8 to 3.

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” - Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy

Had forgotten abt Kushner request for backchannel @ Russian embassy. It's like a Tolstoy novel. Too many Russian characters to keep track of

Russian writer, philosopher, and mystic Tolstoy'>Leo Tolstoy telling his grandchildren a story, circa 1890.

tweet picture

Loading
Loading