Tag Archives: War and Peace

Your Beehive Has No Queen

Connecting War and Peace with Today’s Organizations Leo Tolstoy was an avid beekeeper who carefully observed the dying beehive and used it as a metaphor in War and Peace  (Vol. III, Part Three, Chap. XX) for the condition of Moscow when Napoleon entered the … Continue reading

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Clock Hands, No Mechanism

Connecting War and Peace with Today’s Leader As promised my new posts this year will connect whatever classic literature I am currently reading to the modern work, family, or personal life. War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy’s magnificent work about Napoleon’s invasion … Continue reading

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A Distractable Mind

Connecting Of Human Bondage and Value… Most human beings have an inexplicable capacity to endure and adapt to enormous pain, either from illness or injury, from disabilities, or from cruelty at the hands of other human beings. Connecting the novel Of Human … Continue reading

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