How did Lenin make everybody equal?
He didn't make everyone equal. The members of the Communist Party became the new aristocracy while the workers, soldiers and peasants remained at the bottom of the social classes as they had been under the Tsarist regime.
In some ways yes, they make it so that everybody is an equal. Some people can afford designer clothing whilst some can't - so having a uniform makes things appear to be equal for everybody. It doesn't necessarily reduce the problem completely though as it can appear obvious who can afford certain things and who can't
When Guru Nanak went to the river, he disappeared. When he returned, 3 days later, he said to everyone: "I was touched by God. He contacted me and gave me a vision. A vision of a better world, were everyone is equal. He told me to make that vision true, to make it an equal world were everybody is appreciated."
Lenin adapted Marxism's conditions in Russia because he believed in it. He, like Karl Marx, believed that Russia and it's people can be in better conditions if everyone was equal. This came to thought because of how high starvation and homelessness population steadily increased. Marx started the concept of communism in Russia, and Lenin tried to finish it.
Joseph Stalin along with Grigory Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev tried to take power from Lenin when Lenin was disabled by strokes. These three ran the government in Lenin's absence as he recovered and continued to do so secretly even when Lenin returned to work. The three would make governmental decisions in secret meetings after the general meetings that Lenin attended. Stalin restricted access to Lenin when Lenin was recovering. Stalin's biggest move for power was…
Yes!! Everybody makes mistakes. It is something we just can't resist. We don't know we have made a mistake but we just do. You, I and everybody else, we all make mistakes. It's very common to make mistakes. You can learn from your mistakes and you will probably will never make the same mistake again.
He was rather successful in eliminating his alleged enemies, establishing a secret police that could threaten almost everybody, destroing the normal agriculture in the Soviet Union, developing heavy industry in the underdeveloped country in expense of millons of lives. His 'most successful ' action was that he could succeed V. I. Lenin, in spite of the fact that Lenin warned the comrades against him in his Testament.