The Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy – Retold by Jon J Muth

It’s worth reading The Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy and compare it to the retelling of the story.
The answers reflect the importance of mindfulness – being in the here and now – and paying attention to what’s right in front of your eyes. Jon J Muth recommends that you read the original The Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy, so I did, and I can say that he has done an excellent job of retelling the story. Although the cast of characters is different, the essence of the story remains.&
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The Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy - Short story audiobook - FAB

"The Three Questions" is a short story by Russian author Leo Tolstoy first published in 1885 as part of the collection What Men Live By, and other tales. The story takes the form of a parable, and it concerns a king who wants to find the answers to what he considers the three most important questions in life.
The thought came to a certain king that he would never fail if he knew three things. These three things were:

1) When is the best time to do each thing?
2) Who are the most important people to work with?
3) What is the most important thing to do at all time?

Listen to this audiobook and discover the answers.

(Adapted from Wikipedia)

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