As a wise ruler she could see based on the example of the Byzantine Empire, that it was not enough to develop social and political spheres. It was necessary and more important to care about the spiritual life of her people. “The main feat of her was that she could behold the true God. She knew nothing about Christian rules, she led a pure and virtuous life. She wanted to be a Christian by her own will. She felt God with her heart and went to Him without hesitation”. Saint Nestor the Chronicler wrote that “Saint Olga was striving for wisdom since childhood, which is the best thing in the world, but she found much more precious treasure – she found Christ”.
He did not listen to her and lived by the pagan traditions, But he did not know, that one who does not listen to his parents will land in trouble. People say: “He, who does not listen to his father or his mother, will meet his death”. Olga loved her son no matter what and said: “Let it be by God’s will. If He want to have mercy upon my ancestors and my land, the He will make their hearts turn to Him, as He did it for me”.