Know your voice.
We two: a story of war and love
Recognize you when you first come around the corner. Sense your scent when I come into a room you have just left. Know the lift of your heel, the glide of your foot. Become familiar with the way you purse your lips then let them part, just the slightest bit, when I lean in to your space and kiss you. I want to know the joy of how you whisper 'more. Who knows but that which seems omitted today, waits for tomorrow? Even your body knows its heritage and its rightful need and will not be deceived. And your body is the harp of your soul. And it is yours to bring forth sweet music from it or confused sounds.
I wander aimlessly the ruins of my life, my old self a stranger to me. Because of your love I have broken with my past. My longing for you keeps me in this moment. My passion gives me courage. I look for you in my innermost being. With passion, work. With passion, make love. With passion, eat and drink and dance and play. Why look like a dead fish in this ocean of God? One day I shall be a lover like you. My heart is pulsing with passion like waves on an ocean.
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Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation. Do you hear my weeping from beyond the ocean?
Do you understand my need? Do you know the greatness of my patience? Love one another but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.
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Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup. Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loaf. For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. And if they don't, they never were. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish. Surely he who is worthy to receive his days and his nights, is worthy of all else from you. Will you give me some of your sweetness? I have none, he says, unaware of his richness. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.
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And you would watch with serenity through the winters of your grief. Even as he is for your growth so is he for your pruning.
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Even as he ascends to your height and caresses your most tender branches that quiver in the sun. So shall he descend to your roots and shake them in their clinging to the earth. Can the Second Epilogue, with its vision of historical determinism, not really be said to be comprehensively disproved by the freedom of action that the characters grope their way towards? This is a book that will argue with you. It also has the very worst closing sentence by a country mile, which you will have to read four times before deciding that its proposition is perfect nonsense.
In between, its greatness goes without saying: what sometimes gets forgotten is that it is not just great, but also the best novel ever written — the warmest, the roundest, the best story and the most interesting. Topics Leo Tolstoy.
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Order by newest oldest recommendations. Show 25 25 50 All. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Most popular. What it does not go so great with is democratic revolutions. Still, if you have to pick a side, your choices are a mad military dictator who marched his army across Europe talking about equality and the rights of man, and the absolute ruler of a vast feudal empire, at the bottom of whose class system were millions of people, a third of the population, who were treated as property.
These were the serfs—effectively, if not exactly, slaves. For the tsar and his allies on the European continent, crushing Napoleon meant crushing the democratic infidel and saving the aristocratic order. But Napoleon belonged to something much closer to the spirit of the American Revolution than the Russians did. When cultural goods travel, their historical baggage gets lost in transit. When the book was published, in , people wondered what genre it was.
There was a character named Napoleon.
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Was this a history or a novel? And why was it so big? In most historical novels, the history part is backdrop for the novel part. My first encounter with the book was actually through an adaptation.
What a powerful show that was. It drags in parts today, but in no one had seen television that grand or ambitious before.