The future is the indefinite time period after the present. Its arrival is considered inevitable due to the existence of time and the laws of physics. Due to the nature of the reality and the unavoidability of the future, everything that currently exists and will exist is temporary and will come to an end. The future and the concept eternity have been major subjects of philosophy, religion, and science and defining them non-controversially has consistently eluded the greatest of minds.
Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a theoretical physicist who developed the theory of general relativity, effecting a revolution in physics.
In 1895, at the age of 17, Albert applied for early admission into the Swiss Federal Polytechnical School (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule or ETH). He passed the math and science sections of the entrance exam, but failed the rest (history, languages, geography, etc.)! Einstein had to go to a trade school before he retook the exam and was finally admitted to ETH a year later.
He was also not particularly concerned about being well dressed. He also stopped wearing socks because he found his big toe would make a hole in the sock.
Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize for his work in the area of Photoelectric Effect in the year 1921.
Meteorological winter is the season having the shortest days and the lowest average temperatures, which have the coldest weather. This corresponds to the months of December, January and February in the Northern Hemisphere, and June, July and August in the Southern Hemisphere.
There is nothing in the world more beautiful than the forest clothed to its very hollows in snow. It is the still ecstasy of nature, wherein every spray, every blade of grass, every spire of reed, every intricacy of twig, is clad with radiance. (by William Sharp)
Money, one of the earliest and most significant inventions of civilization, is essential to the development of trade. Money is anything that is commonly accepted by a group of people for the exchange of goods, services, or resources and repayment of debts.
Many of us are just too uptight when we think about money. Money is a reality, a permanent feature of our everyday lives. It gives our lives a particular rhythm, a particular «charm», a particular perception of the world and our place in it.
Money is capable of invoking the whole range of emotions. Money has been lauded and cursed, it has been dreamed of and disdained. What is money – good or evil? It brings stability and instability and makes people looking for and running away from it. Money is capable of creating and destroying, of uniting and disuniting. It makes people partners and rivals and can influence the fate of individuals and whole nations. But what does money bring – freedom or dependence? People obtain money working hard and playing and spend it with joy and sadness. Man makes money, and money makes man: it forms his way of living and his way of thinking.
“Money is the opposite of the weather. Nobody talks about it, but everybody does something about it.” – Rebecca Johnson
“Don’t tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I’ll tell you what they are.” – James W. Frick
“Too many people spend money they haven’t earned, to buy things they don’t want, to impress people they don’t like” – Will Smith
“All I ask is the chance to prove that money can’t make me happy.” – Spike Milligan
“The rule is not to talk about money with people who have much more or much less than you.” – Katherine Whitehorn
“There are two ways to really know people. One is to live with them; the other is to handle their money” – John D. Spooner
“Always borrow money from a pessimist, he doesn’t expect to be paid back.”— Author Unknown
“He that is of the opinion money will do everything may well be suspected of doing everything for money.” – Benjamin Franklin
One must choose, in life, between making money and spending it. There’s no time to do both – Edouard Bourdet.
“Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver.” – Ayn Rand
“My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income.” – Errol Flynn
“Money never starts an idea. It is always the idea that starts the money.” – Owen Laughlin
Money is always there but the pockets change. – Gertrude Stein
There are people who have money and people who are rich. – Coco Chanel
Time has been studied by philosophers and scientists for 2,500 years. Astronomer Carl Sagan had it right when he said that time is “resistant to simple definition.” Lots of us think we know what time is, but it is hard to define. You can not literally see or touch time, but you can see its effects. The evidence that we are moving through time is found in everything – our bodies age, buildings weather and crumble, trees grow. Most of us feel the pressure of time as we are pushed to meet deadlines and make appointments. Our lives are often dictated by what time we need to be somewhere.
Here is the list of the time quotations of many famous authors:
“In daily life we divide time into three parts: past, present, and future. The grammatical structure of language revolves around this fundamental distinction. Reality is associated with the present moment. The past we think of having slipped out of existence, whereas the future is even more shadowy, its details still unformed. In this simple picture, the “now” of our conscious awareness glides steadily onward, transforming events that were once in the unformed future into the concrete but fleeting reality of the present, and thence relegating them to the fixed past.” (Paul Davies, “That Mysterious Flow”)
“Time is nature’s way of keeping everything from happening at once”. This quote, attributed variously to Einstein, John Archibald Wheeler, Woody Allen, says that time is what separates cause and effect.
“Time is like the wind, it lifts the light and leaves the heavy.” (Doménico Cieri Estrada)