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  • Life LessonsAlbert Einstein 3
  • Albert Einstein was an amazing physicist. He figured out so many universal principles andequations that he was way ahead of his fellow scientists at any point of time. But he is alsoremembered for another thing; a quality which made people call him a genius: his words.
  • Prof. Einstein was a philosopherwho clearly understood the laws of success and explained them likethe way he did with his equations.Here are 10 Amazing Lessons fromAlbert Einstein # 3 that you can put to use in your everyday life:
  • Life Lesson 1 : Time Flies When You’re Having FunTime is an interesting beast, because it is relative. Put your hand on a stove and time moves slowly.Boredom draws our attention to the passage of time which gives us the feeling that its slowing down.Watch an excellent movie with someone you love and time flies by. Ultimately it may come down tohow much you believe that time flies when youre having fun. Always choose your actions wisely!!!
  • “The only reasonfor time is so thateverything doesn’t happen at once.”
  • Life Lesson 2 : Keep Things SimpleThe human mind has a funny tendency of trying to make everything complex. It takes effort tokeep things simple. The more stuff you can eliminate from your plate, the more you get done.Focus on simplicity.
  • “When the solution is simple, God is answering.”
  • Life Lesson 3 : Have A Little HumilityHumility simply requires a man to think of his abilities and his actions as no greater, and no lesser,than they really are. Einstein was known for his humility as well as his genius, and he eventuallycame up with a way to deter the attention and adulation of fans.
  • “Pardon me, sorry! Always I am mistakenfor Professor Einstein.”
  • Life Lesson 4 : Keep Moving ForwardAlthough Einstein didn’t excel in high school in Munich, he had already begun educating himselfon Euclidean geometry, deductive reasoning and calculus using textbooks borrowed from a familyfriend. Always remind yourself that the successful people wouldn’t have found their prosperity inreaching their goals if they didn’t make that commitment on taking action to see the results today.
  • “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.”
  • Life Lesson 5 : Live Your Life To Help OthersAll that it means is to find true happiness is to help others, and live your life for that purpose alongwith being kind to others even when they are mean to you, help people that you dont even knowby giving shelter to the homeless, food to the hungry, and money to the poor. It means that youshould help others and that in turn will give you true happiness.
  • “It is high time the ideal ofsuccess should be replacedwith the ideal of service…. Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”
  • Life Lesson 6 : Realize The Presence Of SelfWhen does a man see with his own eye and feel with his own hearts? It’s only when he recognizesthat his true identity is free from any kind of prejudice or bias. When he realizes the presence ofthe same consciousness of self in everybody. Its only after realization of self, that we find thepresence of one divinity in everybody.
  • “Few are those whosee with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts.”
  • Life Lesson 7 : We Are All About TransformationWe all want to change something, but we don’t know how to do it and we don’t know where tobegin. We all dream of being something different and better than the person we are today. Do notbe conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may provewhat is that good and acceptable. You’ve got to do something with the knowledge you have.
  • “Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction.”
  • Life Lesson 8 : Love What You DoWhichever route you take, expect a struggle. Finding work you love is very difficult. Most peoplefail. But if you have the destination in sight youll be more likely to arrive at it. If you know you canlove work, youre in the home stretch, and if you know what work you love, youre practicallythere. You will dedicate your time and life to do your work wholeheartedly, because you love it.
  • “Love is a better master than duty.”
  • Life Lesson 9 : Question The ProblemsIt means that we must develop our intelligence and level of thought if we are to find the answersto problems we create. We need to always strive to have a better understanding of things if weare to survive and prosper as a people. Keep questioning yourself and others to find solutions.This will help gain knowledge and analyze your growth in all walks of life.
  • Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them. - Albert Einstein
  • Life Lesson 10 : Eliminate Lazy Habits Of ThinkingLazy thinking means to keep thinking within the same patterns in which youve been trained tothink your whole life. When you look at most people who spend all their day “thinking”, it’s easyto wonder how they get anything done. Critical thinking must become a force of habit for topleaders, much like their breathing. It must become part of your leadership core.
  • Any man who reads too muchand uses his own brain too littlefalls into lazy habits of thinking. - Albert Einstein
  • You must fight for what you want! Don’t get “depressed” when things get hard. Remember,it’s darkest just before dawn. Tough times will come on the “road to success,” …but youhave to keep on moving! Learn 10 life lessons from Albert Einstein and don’t forget to applyone of these lessons to your life and you will be able to make a better life in this near future!
  • “Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.” Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn