Quieting the Day
I was reading Tolstoy's "Three Questions", and found it followed by "The Coffee-House of Surat," which ends here:
"Therefore, let him who sees the sun's whole light filling the world, refrain from blaming or despising the superstitious man, who in his own idol sees one ray of that same light. Let him not despise even the unbeliever who is blind and cannot see the sun at all."And I thought it was a nice thought.