Tuesday, 22 December 2015


                                                                                                                                                                   ALBERT EINSTEIN
 He couldn't even speak until he was 3 years old. But his mother believed that Einstein was an extraordinary child and because of her determination when he grew up, he became a great Physicist, got Nobel Prize and was declared  as the Man of the Millennium. Although his name is practically synonymous with intelligence, Einstein had a learning disability and was a school dropout.


He began to lose his hearing at the age of 26, but he continued to compose music, and the majority of his most beloved works were actually composed when was already completely deaf.

The Teacher of Thomas Edison considered him to be a dull student and wrote to his mother that Edison was “addled” and wouldn’t be allowed in school anymore. His mother believed in him and took Thomas out of school and decided to home-school him. Later on in his life he became the inventor of the electric light bulb, car battery and also held more than a 1,000 patents for inventions to his credit.

  The English author and poet became blind at the age of 43 but that didn't stop him from going on to create his world famous works like, Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained, the immortal epics of   
  English Literature.



   The former US president contracted polio earlier in life and therefore used a wheelchair in private. He was, however, not seen with it in public and was often supported on either side by his aides.


  In spite of being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis when he was 21, Hawking is one of the world's leading physicists – known for his work regarding black holes and for authoring several   
  popular science book.
He theorized what became to be known as the Second Law of Black Hole Dynamics.

   Their lives show us that focused aim, hard work, strong will-power and faith in oneself and in God works miracle!


   With Best Wishes,