Albert Einstein was a genius who believed that being a genius was nothing more than being incorrigibly curious. The iconic theoretical physicist changed the landscape of modern science by developing the Theory of Relativity. He was also the mastermind behind the world’s most famous equation, E =MC2. Starting out as an academically poor student whose abilities were always questioned, the prodigy’s life is nothing short of an inspiration.  Here are some quotes by the father of modern science that will put life into perspective and motivate you to become a better version of yourself.

If your better judgement says otherwise, do otherwise

ES10Being alone can be conducive to maturity

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Lesser minds will always judge better minds

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Try until you succeed

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Learning never stops until curiosity dies

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Book learning isn’t always ‘education’

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Painfully relevant in our times

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Know the difference

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The only way to leave an everlasting impression on the world

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Geniuses are often eccentric people deemed mad by our society

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Before his 65th birthday, Einstein said, “What is there to celebrate? Birthdays are automatic things. Anyway, birthdays are for children.” 

Even so, Happy Birthday Albert Einstein, the world needs more individuals with your level of sophistication and intellect.

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Reader, writer, pizza lover and blogger: Sunakshi is all of these things. She believes language is the best thing invented by man and has a passionate new-word-learning fetish. Even though she is forever in a dilemma between weight loss and food love, her love for books surpasses all other addictions.

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