Leo Tolstoy on non-violence, forgiveness, peace, spirit and politics


http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/t/tolstoy/leo/tolstoy.jpgThis writing from Tolstoy came in 1893, elucidating his earlier work “What I Believe” that he wrote nine years before. After the original work, Tolstoy was much inspired by his correspondence with many from America.

The document serves as a great historical souvenir regarding non-violence movements around Tolstoy’s time. It is very inspirational to read, reminding us of the constant compromises Christians make today, at the expense of the integrity of their life and faith.

Here’s to an end to that.   

Posted on August 24, 2007 Modified August 24, 2007