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Tolstoy






The same questioner said: I have read much of Tolstoy and I see a
parallel between his teachings and yours. In one of his books he speaks of
the Enigma of Life, and describes how life is wasted in our endeavour to
find the Key. But Tolstoy goes on to say: 'There is a man in Persia who
holds the secret.'

Yes, said 'Abdu'l-Baha, I received a letter from Tolstoy, and in it he
said that he wished to write a book upon Baha'u'llah.





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