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James Donaldson’s Book Review – Einstein – His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson

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EinsteinAlbert Einstein, we all know, was a genius mind and thinker. He goes down in history as one of the most brilliant minds of all time. A lot of times, “Being an Einstein” can be either a complementary thing, or a sarcastic thing. When someone comes up with brilliant ideas, we called them “Einstein”, or, when someone does something goofy and off-the-wall, we will sarcastically call them “Einstein” as well. Often with a little bit of a snicker.

Einstein was such a great thinker, because he didn’t dismiss anybody’s harebrained or far-fetched ideas, and he appreciated the free minds, free spirits and free individuals of his day. His success, they say, came from questioning conventional wisdom and marveling at mysteries that struck others as mundane. All of that leads to a great connection between creativity and freedom.

This book, is based on newly released personal letters of Albert Einstein, as the author, Walter Isaacson explores the many traits and experiences of Einstein’s personal life. He was a struggling father in a difficult marriage, who couldn’t get a teaching job or a doctorate. It wasn’t until later in Einstein’s life, that he really began to be appreciated for the brilliant thinker that he always was.

 

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