Einstein’s Theory of Happiness

“A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.”

 

In 1922, short off his Nobel prize in physics, Einstein traveled to Tokyo to deliver a 4-hour lecture at the Imperial Palace. But he also left someone an important message on happiness. Out of tip money at his hotel, Einstein instead gave his Japanese courier a nugget of wisdom: “A calm and modest life brings […]

via Einstein’s theory of happiness — WellsBaum.blog

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One thought on “Einstein’s Theory of Happiness

  1. Indeed we are spirits and the test is to live with Gods love so yes a calm and easy life is all that matters.Not to be classed as lazy just work as you need to. Some work hard to pay the bills others are rich Im in the middle section and retired so life is spent in the gardens i worked hard on to be happy in now. Nothing can we take with us I know so only gardening is near to God in my view he lives here with us. 6 acres all landscaped is heaven on earth I have made for him.

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