(1) Grab the nearest book that has 123 pages in it
(2) Go to page 123
(3) Find the fifth sentce
(4) Type fifth sentence and next three
(5) Tag whomever (San, Lee, Murat, ALT)
The book I grabbed was Leo Tolstoy's, "The Kingdom of God Is Within You".
And it reads...
But all the experience of history teaches us that they cannot be altogether suppressed so
long as two men are left on earth, with bread, mony, and a woman between them.
I should be very happy if Congress would prove me in error. But I doubt if it can prove
history, nature, and God in error also.
I am, dear sir, etc. E.M. de Vogue
This amounts to saying that history, human nature, and God show us that so long as there
are two men, and bread, money and a woman - there will be war.
The book is about (taken from the back of the book):
...provocative antiestablishment pieces of literature...
...doctrine of radical nonviolence that Tolstoy understands Jesus to have articulated in the
Sermon on the Mount...
This was going to be my Lenten reading, but has become overcome by 2 OJT books I want/need to have finished reading by mid-February, and "The Great Awakening" that I'll have to extend from the library.