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Leo Tolstoy Quote – “The external, restless, useless activity…”

The external, restless, useless activity which consists in establishing and adapting the external forms resulting from the change of consciousness, hides from men that essential, inner activity which alone can ameliorate their lives. And this superstition, more than anything else, hinders the general amelioration of human life.

Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910)