Mr. Einstein died the year I was born. It's not like we would have ever been best buds, but I fancy myself sometimes having a conversation with him. Were we having a tête-à-tête, my response to his statement above would be:
"Not even a genius like you, Mr. Einstein, can comprehend all of God's thoughts. But if a fool would desire to understand just one of God's thoughts, they'd come out ahead. (Wink. Wink.)"
Einstein always acknowledged The One Who gave him his brilliant mind. That's what I most admired about him.
E = mc2 definition at https://t.co/bniYeSsohb, a very clear explanation for non-genius types like me. :) #GR101 https://t.co/RHfo7W9o5M— Fox Marks ATX (@FoxMarks_ATX) November 2, 2016
"I want to know God's thoughts. The rest are details"— George Shiber (@GeorgeShiber) November 2, 2016
~ Albert #Einstein
November: Happy 101st #anniversary General Relativity pic.twitter.com/U0RBoQskz7
This November marks the 101st anniversary of general relativity. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as we celebrate! #GR101 pic.twitter.com/ObV4Kc9nHn— Albert Einstein (@AlbertEinstein) November 1, 2016