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  1. A keen sense of justice and patience.
    Wonderful people.
    What other people on earth in one century toppled three authoritarian regimes-tsarism, Nazism, socialism?
    With such a people, but on such a land you can live — the whole world will envy you.
    One problem is management.

  2. Hypocrisy is not typical of the Russian, he is open and simple-minded. The mystery of the Russian soul lies in its simplicity; a crooked person cannot understand a straight line.

    The Russian is anarchic, he easily ignores all the rules and regulations that hinder him, and this alone makes Russia the freest country. A European, in comparison with a Russian, is just an automaton, each word and step of which is predetermined.

    The Russian is richly gifted, quick-witted, and witty, but the swampy state structure of Russia has always been unfavorable for the development of talents.

    The Russian language is impractical and impassive to the material, because it is unconsciously oriented towards the ideal and eternal. He prefers to contemplate and celebrate being, rather than serve it and be burdened by it. Because of this, the envy of the Russian turns, not into hard work, as in a Western person, but into a painful desire for” equality “and” justice ” and the hope of a ruler who will make everyone happy and rich.

    The Russian is compliant and patient, but to test the patience of a Russian is to test the patience of a sleeping bear. The Russian is generous, but the small ones think that this is either a trick, or stupidity, or weakness of the Russian. Russians are not liked by those who are petty, hypocritical and self-serving, because they unconsciously envy the internal freedom, generosity and openness of Russians.

  3. “…I will name two things at once that Russians do exceptionally well. The Russians are very good at fighting and writing books. How well – �can be expressed in numbers. Russians make up 2% of the world's population. At the same time, even now, in an era of a certain decline, Russia occupies 11% of the earth's land area, and in any list of the best books of all time, Russian literature accounts for at least 10-15%. Such are the dimensions of what has been conquered and such is the level of what has been written. Judging by the results, we fight and write texts �5-6 times better than the average earthlings….”

  4. A lot of positive qualities. But I think that the most important and defining of them is openness to other nations. Not easy communication, no. I'm talking about something else – a Russian person, as a rule, considers people of other nationalities and ethnic groups as equals. Not identical, but equal. You're human and I'm human. And just because we're different doesn't mean that one of us is taller and one of us is shorter. There is a better-worse gradation in the Russian tradition (we have a lot of this stuff), but the comparison is not based on blood at all. This is one of the foundations of our culture. Neither in Russian philosophy, nor in Russian literature, nor in everyday life do the concepts of “subhumans”, “subhumans”, “animals”, “monkeys” take root in relation to other peoples and societies. Our history did not have its own Nazism, ethnic cleansing, there were no reservations, and, God forbid, there never will be. It is the Russians who are seen as savages with nuclear missiles, it is in relation to Russians (and not only Russians, however) that such extreme mythologems as Mordor are built (read who inhabited it in the book or look in the movie). It is about the Russians that they say “uncivilized country” and “people”. About Russians, but not vice versa.�

    This openness of Russian culture to the world is a very positive quality. But unfortunately, Russian society and culture are currently experiencing a serious crisis. In particular, this is reflected in the transition to a conflict model of behavior – a world without halftones, black and white, scoundrels and heroes, us and them. Many people are trying to play this card, and many of us are falling for it. Fortunately, not everything is so bad – yet even now people are much more divided by political beliefs than by blood. You can find a lot of confirmations on the site.

  5. Courage, of course.
    Most Russians are a fiercely fearless people who despise any fear of possible dangers and threats. “On the world and death is red” – says the Russian proverb. This is one of their most striking Russian traits, which immediately catches your eye when you meet them.
    This trait, of course, has negative consequences-from a harmful tendency to unleash aggressive wars, and a penchant for crime, to the idiotic habit of driving with your seat belts unfastened, and frequent deaths in crazy accidents from the series “look how I can”, and “are you so weak?”

    On the other hand, when directed in the right direction, this trait makes Russians determined businessmen, leaders, innovators, and promotes their rapid career, creative, and professional growth, which is very clearly seen in the examples of Russians working in other countries.

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