Wednesday, July 8, 2009

To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty, which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their primitive forms - this knowledge, this feeling, is at the center of true religion.

Albert Einstein
The Merging of Spirit and Science


marc aurel said...

When will the age of uncertainty be over?

A Cuban In London said...

'When will the age of uncertainty be over?'

Never, and may that last. I love learning. This quote is appropriate because those who, like me, believe in scientific evidence and trial and error, sometimes 'disconnect' from our spiritual selves.

But 'don't worry, Ma, it's life and life only'. Said by Bob, not by me :-).

Greetings from London.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Ah, I love that.
To me, the opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty.

redmaryjanes said...

Any word on travel dates?

M.M.E. said...

Oh, very deep. I never knew Einstein to be so eloquent.

willow said...

I was surprised when I came to the end of the quote and saw it was from Einstein. I forget about the elegant and eloquent side of him.

Annie Coe said...

This is just one of the many reasons that Albert is a hero of mine :-).

Gillian said...

Oh he knew about the things unseen. His great scientific knowledge was rooted deeply in his beliefs, it's what allowed him such great success.

Jeanne-ming said...

Like you, missing our M and Q.
The story in thier news paper, which I found on line is incomprehensible....Talk about the Age of Uncertainty!

rochambeau said...

This is great Yoli!
Always at the end of science, lies a perfection that mystifies!
The hairs on a cheetah, the center of a flower, the miracle of life!
Happy weekend to you dear Friend!
Also to your your family and pretty parrots too!

Maithri said...


Thanks for this penetratingly beautiful post,

Much love to you my friend,


A Cuban In London said...

I saw this clip just now and I thought of you. I think I'm down to my fourth time in a row now. Amazing.

Greetings from London.

PS: Word verification 'diestr'. How did the computer know that I am 'almost' right-handed? :-)

Kotori said...

I've never seen this quote before but I like it...and what a beautiful image.