TWISTS & TURNS IN LIFE

Published August 11, 2012 by aquaturtleme

The most eminent Albert Einstein was slow in learning how to speak. His parents even consulted a doctor. He also had a cheeky rebelliousness toward authority, which led one headmaster to expel him and another to amuse history by saying that he would never amount to much. But these traits helped make him a genius. His cocky contempt for authority led him to question conventional wisdom. His slow verbal development made him curious about ordinary things — such as space and time — that most adults take for granted. His father gave him a compass at age five, and he puzzled over the nature of a magnetic field for the rest of his life. And he tended to think in pictures rather than words.

Its determination, hard work & the divine mercy that enable a person to succeed in life. An achiever is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him. Never degrade a person.. May be God is ahead with His own ways to lift him. When acquainted with some one struggling to survive, try to lend a helping hand… May be we are being used by God as an instrument to execute His plans…

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6 comments on “TWISTS & TURNS IN LIFE

  • “An achiever is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.” What a great statement! I once read that Thomas Edison’s teacher told his mother that he was “addled”. Mom promptly yanked him out of there an home-schooled him! 🙂

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