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1. Толстой Л. Н. - Кенворти Джону (John Kenworthy), 10 ноября 1896 г.
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Часть текста: exposition of the relation between Truth and Love and a more profound definition of Truth than of B. Johnson. I think that Love is God, is life itself, is that, what is godly in man, and that Love, which is God and therefore infinite, being enclosed in man, tends to expand itself, and that is the motion of life, which we feel in ourselves, and that the unique means for Love to manifest itself and to expand is Truth. Falsehood, and especially falsehood against oneself, hinders Love to manifest itself and to expand. Therefore truth is so necessary and is the first of our duties; therefore also all the so often hypocritically used admonitions to love one’s neighbour are false and vain. Love is God and God is infinite, and man cannot augment God. All what a man can and must do, is to put aside all hindrances for the manifestation of God, i. e. Love, which is in him. And there is only one thing, that hinders this manifestation: that is falsehood. And not to think and to speak lies, when a man knows, that what he thinks and what he says is not true, is in the power of man. Therefore the first duty of man, who wishes to live a real life, is to be truthful in thoughts, words and deeds. And to this every man can tend and attain this «but». To be truthful in reference to your article, I must say, that I expected it stronger and shorter, especially the first part. You can write much better. You notice, that I always criticize your writings, it is because I love and esteem you and feel myself obliged to be so strict and severe in my judgements of you, as I try to be on myself. I hope, that notwithstanding my bad English and my faults you will understand, what I ...
2. Толстой Л. Н. - Войзе Чарльзу (Charles Voysey), 7 июня 1901 г.
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Часть текста: on my excommunication, as well as your books for which I thank you. I was very glad to know that I had co-religionists of which I did not know anything till now. I knew about the Unitarien but not about the Theistic Church. I have read some of the books and leaflets that you sent me to see that your belief is nearly the same as mine. I say nearly, because I do not regard Christ as an impostor as one of your co-religionists wrote to me some time ago 1 and do not lay at his door all the bad things that are included in the Gospel. All that I read in your books is quite congenial to me and especially your sermon on «The Philosophy of Human life». I am very sorry not to be able to send you my complete answer to the «Excommunication», but I wrote to my friend in England — V. Tchertkoff (Christchurch, Hants) begging him to send to you this answer and also some of my books on religious subjects by which you will see that without knowing each other personally we come to the same conclusions because we draw from the same source: human reason, love and conscience, as you rightly put in some of your books. With respect and love Yours truly Leo Tolstoy. Милостивый государь, Я получил ваше письмо и проповедь по поводу моего отлучения, так же как и ваши книги, и очень вас благодарю. Очень был рад узнать, что у меня есть религиозные единомышленники, о которых до сих пор не подозревал. Я знал об унитарианцах, но не о теистической церкви. Я прочел некоторые из тех книг и листовок, которые вы мне прислали, и увидел, что ваша вера почти та же, что и моя. Говорю «почти», потому что не считаю Христа обманщиком, как писал мне один из ваших единомышленников несколько времени тому назад, 1 и не взваливаю на него вину за всё дурное, что...
3. Толстой Л. Н. - Ролcтону Вильяму (William Ralston), 27 октября 1878 г.
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Часть текста: г. Октября 27. Я. П. 27 Octobre 1878. Dear Sir. I am very sorry not to be able to give you a satisfactory answer to your letter. The reason of it is, that I very much doubt my being an author of such importance as to interest by the incidents of my life not only the Russian, but also the European public. I am fully convinced by many examples of writers, of whom their contemporaries made very much of and which were quite forgotten in their lifetime, that for contemporaries it is impossible to judge rightly on the merits of literary works, and therefore, notwithstanding my wishes, I cannot partake the temporary illusion of some friends of mine, which seem to be sure, that my works must occupy some place in the Russian literature. Quite sincerely not knowing, if my works shall be read after hundred years, or will be forgotten in a hundred days, I do not wish to take a ridiculous part in the very probable mistake of my friends. Hoping, that on consideration of my motives you will kindly excuse my refusal, I am Yours faithfully C. L. Tolstoy. На конверте: Лондон. Г-ну Ралстону. London. M-r Ralston. Exquire. 8 Alfred Place. Bedford Square. Милостивый государь. Я очень сожалею, что не могу дать на ваше письмо положительного ответа. Дело в том, что я очень сомневаюсь, чтобы я был таким значительным писателем, события жизни которого могли бы представлять интерес не только для русской, но и для европейской публики. Я вполне убежден многочисленными примерами писателей, которых современники ставили сначала очень высоко, но которые затем были совершенно забыты еще при жизни, что современники не могут правильно судить о достоинствах...
4. Толстой Л. Н. - Кенворти Джону (John С. Kenworthy), 30 декабря1901 г. (12 января 1902 г.)
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Часть текста: Л. Н. - Кенворти Джону (John С. Kenworthy), 30 декабря1901 г. (12 января 1902 г.) 194. Джону Кенворти (John Kenworthy). 1901 г. Декабря 30/1902 г. января 12. Гаспра. Koreis. Crimea. Dear friend, I thank you heartily for sending me your writings 1 and especially for your kind letter. I can say quite sincerely that I never forgot and never will the gladness that I felt in knowing you and your work and the joy that I got from my communion with you. 2 I can not help saying that I am sorry for the importance that you attach to spiritism. Your true and pure Christian faith and life are much more reliable than all that the spirits can say to you. Your true friend Leo Tolstoy. 1 Jan./30 dec. 1902. Кореиз. Крым. Дорогой друг. От души благодарю вас за присылку ваших сочинений 1 и особенно за ваше доброе письмо. Могу сказать совершенно искренно, что я никогда не забывал и никогда не забуду, какой радостью для меня было знакомство с вами и вашей деятельностью, и ту радость, которую я получал от общения с вами 2 . Не могу не сказать, что я сожалею о значении, которое вы придаете спиритизму. Ваша истинная и чистая христианская вера и жизнь достойны гораздо большего доверия, чем всё, что могут вам сказать духи. Ваш искренний друг Лев Толстой. 11 янв. /30 дек. 1902. Примечания Печатается по копировальной книге № 3, л. 176 (текст плохо отпечатался, восстановлен О. К. Толстой). Авторская дата нового стиля ошибочна. О...
5. Толстой Л. Н. - Бхарати Баба Премананд (Baba Premanand Bhârati), 3 (16) февраля 1907 г.
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Часть текста: book. Knowing you by your book I will reject all wordly considerations and be quite open with you, not fearing to hurt you by what I have to say. The metaphysical religious idea of the doctrine of Krishna, so well exposed in your book, is the eternal and universal foundation of all true philosophies and all religions. The truth that the principle of all that exists we cannot otherwise feel and understand than as Love and that the soul of man is an emanation of this principle, the development of which is what we call human life — is a truth that is more or less consciously felt by every man and therefore accessible to the most scientifically developed minds as well as to the most simple. This truth is the foundation of the religion of Krishna and of all religions. But in the religion of Krishna, as well as in all ancient religions, there are statements which not only cannot be proved, but which are clearly products of uncontrolled imagination and which, moreover, are quite unnecessary for the conception of the essential truth and the affirmation of rules of conduct which flow out of the fundamental ...

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