Leo Tolstoy Quotes About Plant

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"Y en lugar de una respuesta todo lo que se obtiene es la misma pregunta planteada de una forma mucho más compleja." ~ Leo Tolstoy
"In actuality, it was like the homes of all people who are not really rich but who want to look rich, and therefore end up looking like one another: it had damasks, ebony, plants, carpets, and bronzes, everything dark and gleaming—all the effects a certain class of people produce so as to look like people of a certain class. And his place looked so much like the others that it would never have been noticed, though it all seemed quite exceptional to him." ~ Leo Tolstoy
"All were happy -- plants, birds, insects and children. But grown-up people -- adult men and women -- never left off cheating and tormenting themselves and one another. It was not this spring morning which they considered sacred and important, not the beauty of God's world, given to all creatures to enjoy -- a beauty which inclines the heart to peace, to harmony and to love." ~ Leo Tolstoy
"What energy!' I thought. 'Man has conquered everything, and destroyed millions of plants, yet this one won't submit." ~ Leo Tolstoy
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