Never lose a holy curiosity. Stop everyday to understand and appreciate a little of the mystery that surrounds you, and your life will be filled with awe and discovery to the very end. -Albert Einstein
The wonders of the world and the universe are available to you right now. They are everywhere and all around you—in the intricate parts of your body, in the creative power of your mind and imagination, in the vast expanses of space, and in the marvelous relationship of all things.
We are all connected… Take a breath. Sooner or later you’ll breathe a tiny particle that has been breathed by someone who came before you. By Michelangelo, George Washington, maybe Moses?
(Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man)
One big thought…Thanks to electron microscopes and modern physics we are now beginning to see that the universe more closely resembles one big thought rather than one big machine. Hmmm…(Sir James Jeans, British astronomer)
Looking at God…Evidence has been found for the birth and evolution of the universe. The order is so amazing and the symmetry so beautiful that it seems there must be some design behind it. If you’re religious, it’s like looking at God…(George Smoot, Nobel Prize-winning physicist)
All on a speck of dust… All the information we humans have taken time and energy to document over the ages can be written in the space of a cube one two-hundredth of an inch wide. Imagine it! That is the smallest bit of dust our eyes can even make out…(Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize-winning physicists)