Every man lives for himself, and enjoys sufficient freedom for the attainment of …

11 Jan

Every man lives for himself, and enjoys sufficient freedom for the attainment of his own personal ends, and is conscious in his whole being that he can instantly perform or refuse to perform any action; but as soon as he has done it, this action, accomplished in a definite period of time, becomes irrevocable and forms an element in history, in which it takes its place with a fully preordained and no longer capricious significance.

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy 

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2 Responses to “Every man lives for himself, and enjoys sufficient freedom for the attainment of …”

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