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Leo Tolstoy Quote – “What would be destroyed is whatever is false…”

(If people changed inwardly) They would be different, richer, and higher, but would not at all be discontinued. What would be destroyed is whatever is false in them, while whatever is true in them would blossom and grow stronger.

Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910)

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