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Leo Tolstoy's 3 Questions

A visual summary of Leo Tolstoy's short story: Three Questions

Achilles SonofPeleus

on 14 September 2013

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Transcript of Leo Tolstoy's 3 Questions

Leo Tolstoy's
3 Questions

One day, the Emperor of Russia, during his regular think tank sessions, realizes that the solution to all his problems lies in 3 questions-and their consequential answers:

The Emperor's Solution
Q #1) Best time to do things:
Time Schedule,
Remain Attentive,
Council of Wise Men,
Magicians and Soothsayers

The Emperor's Predicament
is the best time to do each thing?
are the most important people to work with?
is the most important thing to do at all times?
St. Petersburg
The Emperor's Solution
Q #2) Who are the best people to work with?:
Priests and Monks,

(not really)
The Emperor's Solution
Q #3) What is the best thing to do at all times?


Military Skill
Meet 'n' Greet
(still digging)
Forgive Me!
1) Best time to do things
2) Most important people to work with
3) Most important things to do
1) When you were digging the ditch
2) Was me
3) Was helping me
Now-is the most important time to do things

Who you are with-they are the most important people

Doing good-the most important thing
1) When you were dressing the wound
2) Was the attacker
3) Was to care for his wounds
3 ?
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