The child accepted it as his Guru’s mantra and decided that on the strength of practice, I would one day show myself ahead of the front. These children, who have been called retarded and unqualified by teachers since childhood, are known with respect in the world today due to their practice. The world knows this child by the name of Einstein. His life is a proof that even an ordinary person can achieve success with hard work, courage and dedication.
Einstein was born on 14 March 1879 in the city of Uum (Ulm), Germany. As a child, he was very unstable in his mind. The desire to move forward always dominated them. There was no mind in reading, yet they did not leave the book with their hands, explained the mind and started to read back. In no time the positive results of the practice started to appear. The teachers were also stunned by this development. On the basis of Guru Mantra, Einstein succeeded in increasing his learning wealth. Later, he chose a complex subject like Mathematics to study. His qualifications were effected in such a way that when teachers could not solve any question, he used to take help of Einstein.
Einstein continued to climb the ladder of success by tying the knot to Guru Mantra. Due to weak economic conditions, there was some problem in further studies. But this problem could not disappoint Einstein, a firm believer in passion. He enrolled in the Juric Polytechnic College. He did not spend a single penny on hobby leisure, yet after admission he reduced his expenses further. He is sharing an anecdote about his economy.
“It was raining once. Albert Einstein was on his way home, pressing his hat in the side. Due to lack of umbrella, they got wet. On the way a gentleman asked him – “Brother! It is raining heavily, instead of covering the head with a hat, you are going to press it in the coat and go away. Isn’t your head wet
Einstein said – “It is wet but will dry up later, but if the hat is wet, it will be spoiled. I have neither the money nor the time to buy the new hat. “
Friends, today, where most of the people keep paying attention to their work and material needs, what they can sacrifice for society or country, great work can be done in the world even in limited means. Einstein is a living example of this.
He could soon impress the teachers of the Juric College with the help of his sharp intelligence which he had gained through practice. A teacher ‘Mikotsi’ had started financial help knowing his position. On completion of education, he had to wander a little for his job, even then he never let despair get caught. The education received by his parents in childhood always kept him morale. He taught that – “An unknown power called God helps people who believe in Him in times of trouble.”
The mantra given by the Guru and the education of the parents of the first Guru continued to inspire Einstein to move forward even in adverse conditions. His ideas led to a new discovery called the Theory of Relativity; E = mc ^ 2. This theory was published in the famous magazine “Onon der Physik”. This article had a deep impact on scientists and intellectuals all over the world. Einstein became world famous in a single night. Institutions which refused to give him a simple job, calling him unfit, started inviting him. An invitation was also received from the University of Zurich where he accepted the post of teacher.
Einstein made many contributions, including special and general theory of relativity. His other contributions include – Relative Universe, capillary motion, critical subduction, numerical mechanics problems, Brownian motion of molecules, mutation probability of molecules, quantum theory of a gas containing one molecule, thermal properties of light with low radiation density, theory of radiation, Integrated field theory and geometry of physics are included. In 1919, the Royal Society of England declared all research to be true. In Germany, when the era of Hitlership came, its outbreak also happened on Einstein and as a Jew, he had to leave Germany and go to New Jersey in America. At Priston College, he continued to serve till the end, and went to heaven on 18 April 1955.
He proved his deep faith in God and the Guru Mantra received by the teacher in the primary school. His life became a rip-off of mankind. The world can never forget his great characteristics.