Albert Einstein Begged His Daughter To Protect THIS Letter Until Society Was Ready To Accept His Message
Albert Einstein was a famous physicist, whose work is still a cornerstone of modern physics. Einstein wrote the theory of relativity.
This theory states the laws of physics are the same everywhere and that any observed difference is based on the time and place of the observer. His brilliance was particularly noteworthy as he had a consistent knack of explaining extremely complex ideas in simple and relatable terms.
He wrote many letters and gave multiple lectures on a variety of fields of study and concepts. His granddaughter, Evelyn Einstein, donated 1,400 letters to the Hebrew University.
Albert left strict instructions that the content of the letters were not to be published for two decades after his death. He did this in the hope that in that period of time humanity would grow and mature.
One of the letters was for Lieserl Einstein, Albert's other daughter. While the letters should not be published for at least two decades preceding his death he states that the letters should remain confidential until 'society is advanced enough to accept what I will explain'.
The letter's focus is on the power and fundamental presence of love. He urges humanity to never forget how to express, recognize and appreciate this life giving power.
"To give visibility to love, I made a simple substitution in my most famous equation. If instead of E = mc2, we accept that the energy to heal the world can be obtained through love multiplied by the speed of light squared, we arrive at the conclusion that love is the most powerful force there is, because it has no limits."
This is true love and intention have limitless potential, only through our lack of imagination and faith that we, humanity as a whole, limit ourselves.
No matter what breakthroughs or developments occur in any field of study the reason for the study and desire should be remembered. Through understanding we build the foundation to accept and love ourselves and the universe we live in.
"If we want our species to survive, if we are to find meaning in life, if we want to save the world and every sentient being that inhabits it, love is the one and only answer. Perhaps we are not yet ready to make a bomb of love, a device powerful enough to entirely destroy the hate, selfishness and greed that devastate the planet. However, each individual carries within them a small but powerful generator of love whose energy is waiting to be released."
There the legitimacy and authenticity of this letter are in question as the original is nowhere to be found. Skeptics theorize that an anonymous author used the famous Sites In name to bring attention to his words. Either way the words are valid and the notion is clear.