Albert Einstein

Paul Davis
 


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Reality is merely an illusion,
Albeit a very persistent one.
Furthermore your current reality
Is not ultimately your destiny.
Unfathomably profound
Engagingly simple
Your brain remarkably mathematical
An unusually large inferior parietal
Probing the depths of imagination
Forging ahead for new creations
Your unusually large inferior parietal lobe
Could intelligently fill the globe
The percentages by which
You used your brain
Ancients and skeptics cannot disdain
You lived, laughed, and loved
All the same
Being inwardly wise
Outwardly eloquent
Creative and transparent
As far as the laws of mathematics
Refer to reality
They are not certain;
And as far as they are certain,
they do not refer to reality.
Profound you were
Uttering truths in humility.
Only two things are infinite,
The universe and human stupidity.
Cupidity however undoubtedly
Makes fools of us all
Yet God graciously lifts us up to stand tall.
Nevertheless before God we are all
Equally wise and equally foolish.
Common sense is the collection of prejudices
Each human has peculiarities and nuances
Gifts, talents, abilities, strengths, and weaknesses
Never think of the future
It comes soon enough.
Practice gentleness with all
Don't be so gruff
I know not with what weapons
World War III will be fought,
But World War IV
Will be fought with sticks and stones.
When will we learn to celebrate
Instead of contentiously pick bones?
The most incomprehensible thing
About the world is
That it is at all comprehensible.
Governments however can act reprehensible
Through their imposing of the income tax
It being the hardest thing in the world to understand.
Would to God the people would take a stand
And unite to rid it from the land
Or at the very least
Elect leaders who give a damn
And don't use their office
To get all they can.
If the facts don't fit the theory,
Change the facts.
Many speak, but few consistently act.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Creativity is rarely learned in college
Yet the secret to creativity
Is knowing how to hide your sources.
The most beautiful thing we can experience
Is the mysterious
It is the source of all true art and science.
To such a spirit there shall be no defiance
For science without the spirit is lame
Einstein the great, none shall forget your name
Albert you made many men smile and sing
Differing opinions few are capable of expressing
The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Paul Davis is a life coach (relational & professional), traveling minister and fitness trainer. Paul is the author of several books including Breakthrough for a Broken Heart; and God vs. Religion. Paul is a popular worldwide keynote speaker, creative consultant, humor being, adventurer, explorer, mediator, minister, liberator and dream-maker.

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