Stephen Hawking: 15 Life lessons from one of the brightest minds


“Where life is – there is hope.”

Stephen Hawking, one of the most important scientists in the world, died out of life on March 14, 2018, at the age of 76. Being one of the brightest minds in science, Hawking, besides the books he has written over the years, and the lectures he gave as a Cambridge University professor, gave people a jerk of his wits for them motivate and cause you never to give up your dream, no matter how far it is.

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“Everything matters, as long as you do not give up on it.”

“The best proof of the impossibility of travel in time is that we have not yet been invaded by hordes of tourists coming from the future.”

“It would be a waste of time to be angry for my disability.” Man has to go before, and I did not do it badly, people do not have time for you if you’re always angry and crying.

“Silent people have the loudest minds.”

“I have noticed that even those who say that everything is predestined and that we can not change anything, look to the left and right before crossing the street.”

“The next time someone reproaches you for committing a mistake, tell them that it might be a good thing. Without imperfection, you have not even existed.”

“As hard as life is, we can always do something to embellish it. Look at the stars, do not look down.”

“Where life is – there is hope.”

“My goal is simple: to fully understand the Universe – why it is as it is and why it really exists.”

“The great enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, but the illusion of knowledge.”

“The prospect of dying early made me realize that life is worth living.”

“We can call the order of nature as God, but then it would be an impersonal God. There is nothing personal about the laws of physics.”

“The most complex biological systems we have at our disposal are, by far, our own bodies.”

“God does not just give the dice, but sometimes throws the dice where we can not see them.”

“Life would be tragic if it was not funny.”

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