While you may not agree with every quote here (I don’t) there are many gems in this video. Join in the conversation and share your favorite in the comments section.

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  • Ann-Michele Timmerman

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    Hi Jeff:

    Just wondering which ones you don’t agree with and why…and which ones some other readers may not agree with? I’d find that quite interesting!

    (I love Albert Einstein…!)


  • Lori Mooney

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    Hey Jeff,

    I love the quote “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.”

    It certainly was NOT how I was raised, but it is what I truly believe!

    Einstein is awesome – he is a part of my “virtual mastermind” and always provides great input!


  • Jim

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    Al was a pretty sharp guy… I beleive all of his comments contain the truth within the context they were offered. After all, the hallmark of profound truth is paradox… As David Bohm, another physicist once said, “The opposite of a fact is a falsehood. The opposite of a (profound) truth may well be another (profound) truth.”

    … and Einstein is one of favoite ‘quotables’. The guys been dead for over 55 years and still makes ove $10m a year!


  • LaTonya

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    The quote that resonated with me the most today was:

    “Nationalism is an infantile disease.
    It is the measles of mankind.”

    Yet, all the quotes as a whole were a reflection of what true “free thinking” is all about.

    I believe that much of our current school system is about indoctrination and serves to prevent our children from “thinking outside the box.” I’d love to see more art, music and communication skills taught in our schools.I want to encourage our children about how to think for themselves, how to connect with their own inner, intuitive nature and how to remain open enough and self-loving enough and self-accepting enough through life to allow the expression of and sharing of their own unique talents and gifts with the world. That’s how we get the Albert Einstein’s, the Plato’s, the Nelson Mandelas, the Martin Luther Kings, the Barack Obamas. Those with the courage and willingness to share their insights and views even if they seemed to contradicted those of mass society at the time.

    Have a great day everyone!

  • Best Sunday Morning Inspiration ever. Two of my all time faves: Mozart and Einstein. Now there’s a winning combination.

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