Quotes the Stir Albert Einstein

1. “The whole world opened to me when I learned to read.” Mary McLeod Bethune
2. “The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.” Aristotle
3. “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” Albert Einstein
4. “The highest result of education is tolerance” Helen Keller
5. “Perhaps most significant of all classrooms is the classroom of the home. It is in the home that we form our attitudes, our deeply held beliefs. It is in the home that hope is fostered or destroyed. Our homes are the laboratories of our lives. What we do there determines the course of our lives when we leave home. Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg wrote in his book The Road to Confidence, ‘Despite all new inventions and modern designs, fads and fetishes, no one has yet invented, or will ever invent, a satisfying substitute for one’s own family.’ ” Thomas Monson
6. “I hear, and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand.” Chinese Proverb
7. “The important thing is not to stop questioning.” Albert Einstein
8. “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too, can become great.” Mark Twain
9. “It is books that are the key to the wide world; if you can’t do anything else, read all that you can.” Jane Hamilton
10. “Learning without though is labor lost; though without learning is perilous.” Confucious
11. “Upon the subject of education, not presuming to dictate any plan or system respecting it, I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people may be engaged in.” Abraham Lincoln
12. “There is nothing more unequal than the equal treatment of unequal people.” Thomas Jefferson
13. “Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.” Plato
14. “Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” George Washington Carver
15. “Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.” Chinese Proverb
16. “Education costs money, but then so does ignorance.” Claus Moser
17. “The liberally educated person is the one who is able to resist the easy and preferred answers not because he is obstinate but becasue he knows others worthy of consideration.” Allan Bloom
18. “Education is the best provision for old age.” Aristotle
19. “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Gandhi
20. “It is, in fact, nothing short of a miracle that the modern methods of instruction have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for this delicate little plant, aside from stimulation, stands mainly in need of freedom; without this it goes to wrack & ruin without fail. It is a very grave mistake to think that the enjoyment of seeing & searching can be promoted by means of coercion & a sense of duty. To the contrary, I believe that it would be possible to rob even a healthy beast of pre of its voraciousness, if it were possible, with the aid of a whip, to force the beast to devour continuously, even when not hungry, especially if the food, handed out under such coercion, were to be selected accordingly.” Albert Einstein
21. “I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma.” Eartha Kitt
22. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead
23. “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a though without accepting it.” Aristotle
24. “Nothing is more powerful and liberating than knowledge.” William H Gray III
25. “Learning is not a spectator sport.” Anonymous
26. “You learn something every day if you pay attention.” Ray LeBlond
27. “If I were asked…to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of Americans ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply: To the superiority of their women.” Alexis de Tocqueville

Albert Einstein

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The Einstein Factor liberates mental abilities you didn’t know you had. I tried the techniques in the book and they paid off instantly. It’s almost scary. You will be very suprised how easy it is to increase your I.Q. in 10 minutes of Image Streaming that’s covered in the book.
In this book Dr. Wenger has identified the tools you need to reach greater levels of sharpness, insight, and overall intelligence. Using Wenger’s techniques, you learn to bypass inhibitions and access the supranormal capabilities hidden in your own subconscious. You will discover how you can read faster and learn more quickly, solve problems like a genius, score higher on tests, build self-esteem, improve your memory, induce a state of total creative absorption, access powerful subconscious insights through visualization, and increase your intelligence.
Learn how to use many different techniques, which once-ordinary people used to get on a roll and stay on a roll… until geniuses filled that roll. Albert Einstein himself was “certainly no Einstein” until he began using the most important of these methods.
Another great program with Win Wenger is Brain Boosters. Throughout Brain Boosters, you will be given resources that will help you improve your intelligence; resources that will let you do so as easily and conveniently as possible. Dr. Win Wenger will provide a series of practical theories and exercises that you can use for as little as 20 minutes per day and make meaningful gains in your genius abilities. Or you can make further gains even more rapidly by investing more than 20 minutes per day in these practices. You’ll learn that the possibilities, like your intelligence, are limitless. In Brain Boosters: 20 Minutes a Day to a More Powerful Intelligence, you’ll learn how to reinforce yourself into being more perceptive, more aware, quickly and easily improve your intelligence daily, come up with great ideas and insights for your business or career, not edit yourself, understand, both in words and beyond words, think in detail, see the powerful connection between music and intelligence… do so much more to boost your brain to a genius level.
Good Luck with your New Genius.

Quotes of Wisdom

“The important thing is not to stop
questioning. Curiosity has its own r


for existing. One cannot help but be in
awe when he contemplates the mysteries
of eternity, of life, of the marvelous
structure of reality. It is enough if one
tries merely to comprehend a little of
this mystery every day. Never lose a holy
Albert Einstein – US (German-born)
physicist (1879 – 1955)

Life as viewed by Albert Einstein -1

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” — Albert Einstein …

Albert Einstein, pictured in 1953. Photograph: Ruth Orkin/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” So said Albert Einstein, and his famous aphorism has been the source of endless debate between believers and non-believers wanting to claim the greatest scientist of the 20th century as their own.

Einstein is best known for his theories of relativity and for the famous E=mc2 equation that describes the equivalence of mass and energy, but his thoughts on religion have long attracted conjecture
His parents were not religious but he attended a Catholic primary school and at the same time received private tuition in Judaism. This prompted what he later called, his “religious paradise of youth”, during which he observed religious rules such as not eating pork. This did not last long though and by 12 he was questioning the truth of many biblical stories.

“The consequence was a positively fanatic [orgy of] freethinking coupled with the impression that youth is being deceived by the state through lies; it was a crushing impression,” he later wrote.
In his later years he referred to a “cosmic religious feeling” that permeated and sustained his scientific work. In 1954, a year before his death, he spoke of wishing to “experience the universe as a single cosmic whole”. He was also fond of using religious flourishes, in 1926 declaring that “He [God] does not throw dice” when referring to randomness thrown up by quantum theory.

His position on God has been widely misrepresented by people on both sides of the atheism/religion divide but he always resisted easy stereotyping on the subject.

“Like other great scientists he does not fit the boxes in which popular polemicists like to pigeonhole him,” said Brooke. “It is clear for example that he had respect for the religious values enshrined within Judaic and Christian traditions … but what he understood by religion was something far more subtle than what is usually meant by the word in popular discussion.”
Despite his categorical rejection of conventional religion, Brooke said that Einstein became angry when his views were appropriated by evangelists for atheism. He was offended by their lack of humility and once wrote. “The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility.”