Albert Einstein, the Genius Who Changed the World

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Geniuses like Einstein changed the world as we know it. Inventions by man had made this world so much better, even space travel.

Albert Einstein, the genius who changed the world didn’t offer much to his parents when he was small. He talked late and imagine being a parent and seeing that your child, who is 4 something years old, couldn’t say a string of four words.

He suffered from a speech difficulty which was named after him: Einstein Syndrome,  a condition where a child experiences difficulty with the spoken language. An observant parent should notice that although his/her child’s speaking is hampered, the parent should notice that the child somehow demonstrates a superior capability in other areas of life, i.e., analytical thinking. As a parent it probably helps to hope for the best, that life sometimes exhibits a different outcome than what he expects but a perceptive parent will see that something is hidden that the eye can’t plainly see.

Imagine being Einstein’s dad look at him and feeling sorry for himself for having a boy that had such a slow growth. And yes, sometimes life give us sour apples, rotten grapes. The world is full of stories of disappointments and without faith, it’s hard to overcome them. It’s up to us to appreciate both good and bad because our God who is good knows everything. Our finite minds wouldn’t be able to comprehend what out’s there: a deficiency that ultimately is a blessing, a sickness that leads us to Him, a lack of money that drives him who is faithful to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield, in Lord Tennyson’s wonderful platitude.

Tho’ much is taken, much abides; and tho’
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts,
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.


excerpt from Ulysses….

A lot of things, a lot of advancement had happened to the world since Albert Einstein, the genius who will change the world passed away. Thanks to his Theory of Relativity, the world knows much much more about the universe that we live in.

After his death, the world discovered so much more, so much more. The world throughout its history had been endowed with men of intelligence and genius. The world always had been so blessed by our God with men and women who will change it to God’s liking.

There was a time when most men of science were believers.

 

 

 

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