251 Albert Einstein Quotes That Will Blow Your Mind


Famous Albert Einstein Quotes on Universe, Life, Religion, Science & Education


“I claim credit for nothing. Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for the insect as well as for the star. Human beings, vegetables or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper.”

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by George S. Viereck (1929)

Albert Einstein Quotes That Will Blow Your Mind

Famous Quotes From Albert Einstein on Life, Love & Imagination: Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist, widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest physicists of all time. Einstein is known for developing the theory of relativity, but he also made important contributions to the development of the theory of quantum mechanics. Together, relativity and quantum mechanics are the two pillars of modern physics.

He won the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. Einstein’s general theory of relativity changed our understanding of space and time. In addition to his work on relativity, the physicist laid the scientific foundations for paper towels, lasers, and more common products. Albert Einstein is arguably the most influential scientist of the 20th century.

In fact, both Einstein and Newton are considered the two greatest scientists in the field of physics who together constitute all of modern physics in some senses. Albert Einstein was not only a great scientist but He was a simple, straightforward, and down-to-earth human being also which is obvious from the various incidents of his life. Today we are going to share some words of wisdom from the greatest genius of his age.

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I am not an Atheist. I do not know if I can define myself as a Pantheist. The problem involved is too vast for our limited minds. May I do not reply with a parable? The human mind, no matter how highly trained, cannot grasp the universe. We are in the position of a little child, entering a huge library whose walls are covered to the ceiling with books in many different tongues. The child knows that someone must have written those books. It does not know who or how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child notes a definite plan in the arrangement of the books, a mysterious order, which it does not comprehend, but only dimly suspects. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of the human mind, even the greatest and most cultured, toward God. We see a universe marvelously arranged, obeying certain laws, but we understand the laws only dimly. Our limited minds cannot grasp the mysterious force that sways the constellations.

– Albert Einstein, Glimpses of the Great By G. S. Viereck (1930)

Creation may be spiritual in origin, but that doesn’t mean that everything created is spiritual. How can I explain such things to you? Let us accept the world is a mystery. Nature is neither solely material nor entirely spiritual. Man, too, is more than flesh and blood; otherwise, no religion would have been possible. Behind each cause is still another cause; the end or the beginning of all causes has yet to be found. Behind each cause is still another cause; the end or the beginning of all causes has yet to be found. Yet, only one thing must be remembered: there is no effect without a cause, and there is no lawlessness in creation.

– Albert Einstein, 2nd Conv. with William Hermanns (1943)

A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.

– Albert Einstein, Condolence Letter to Norman Salit (1950)

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder, and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Morris Raphael Cohen (1940)

You must warn people not to make the intellect their God. The intellect knows methods but it seldom knows values, and they come from feeling. If one doesn’t play a part in the creative whole, he is not worth being called human. He has betrayed his true purpose.

– Albert Einstein, 4th Conv. with William Hermanns (1954)

Make believe all the time that you are living. Make friends with a few animals. Then you will become a cheerful man once more and nothing will be able to trouble you. Bear in mind that those who are finer and nobler are always alone.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to An Unemployed Musician (1933)

Everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that some spirit is manifest in the laws of the universe, one that is vastly superior to that of man.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Phyllis Wright (1936)

For the most part we humans live with the false impression of security and a feeling of being at home in a seemingly trustworthy physical and human environment.

– Albert Einstein, Letter (1945)

One should not pursue goals that are easily achieved. One must develop an instinct for what one can just barely achieve through one’s greatest efforts.

– Albert Einstein, To former Student Walter Dällenbach (1915)

I do not believe in the immortality of the individual, and I consider ethics to be an exclusively human concern with no superhuman authority behind it.

– Albert Einstein, Reply to A Letter sent to Him (1953)

The basic laws of the universe are simple, but because our senses are limited, we can’t grasp them. There is a pattern in creation.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility … The fact that it is comprehensible is a miracle.

– Albert Einstein, Physics and Reality (1936)

It is always a blessing when a great and beautiful conception is proven to be in harmony with reality.

– Albert Einstein, To Sigmund Freud (1936)

If God had been satisfied with inertial systems, he would not have created gravitation.

– Albert Einstein, Said to Abraham Pais

I lived in that solitude which is painful in youth, but delicious in the years of maturity.

– Albert Einstein, Self-Portrait (1936)

No idea is conceived in our mind independent of our five senses.

– Albert Einstein, A Talk with Einstein (1943)

The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted by His friend Leo Mattersdorf

I never think of the future – it comes soon enough.

– Albert Einstein, From an Interview (1930)


Top Albert Einstein Quotes on Education, Work, And Success

School failed me, and I failed the school. It bored me. The teachers behaved like sergeants. I wanted to learn what I wanted to know, but they wanted me to learn for the exam. What I hated most was the competitive system there, especially sports. Because of this, I wasn’t worth anything, and several times they suggested I leave. I felt that my thirst for knowledge was being strangled by my teachers; grades were their only measurement. How can a teacher understand youth with such a system?… from the age of twelve I began to suspect authority and distrust teachers. I learned mostly at home, first from my uncle and then from a student who came to eat with us once a week. He would give me books on physics and astronomy. The more I read, the more puzzled I was by the order of the universe and the disorder of the human mind, by the scientists who didn’t agree on the how, the when, or the why of creation. Then one day this student brought me Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. Reading Kant, I began to suspect everything I was taught. I no longer believed in the known God of the Bible, but rather in the mysterious God expressed in nature.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

The most important human endeavor is the striving for morality in our actions. Our inner balance and even our very existence depend on it. Only morality in our actions can give beauty and dignity to life. To make this a living force and bring it to clear consciousness is perhaps the foremost task of education.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to The Minister of A Church (1950)

Numerous are the academic chairs, but rare are wise and noble teachers. Numerous and large are the lecture halls, but far from numerous are the young men who genuinely thirst for truth and justice. Numerous are the wares that nature produces by the dozen, but her choice products are few.

– Albert Einstein, On Academic Freedom (1931)

It is, in fact, nothing short of a miracle that the modern methods of instruction have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for this delicate little plant, aside from stimulation, stands mainly in need of freedom; without this, it goes to wreck and ruin without fail.

– Albert Einstein, Autobiographical Notes (1949)

The most valuable thing a teacher can impart to children is not knowledge and understanding per se but a longing for knowledge and understanding, and an appreciation for intellectual values, whether they be artistic, scientific, or moral.

– Albert Einstein, A Quote for the National Council of Supervisors of Elementary Science (1934)

Most teachers waste their time by asking questions that are intended to discover what a pupil does not know, whereas the true art of questioning is to discover what the pupil does know or is capable of knowing.

– Albert Einstein, Moszkowski Conversations with Einstein (1920)

I never commit to memory anything that can easily be looked up in a book…The value of a college education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think.

– Albert Einstein, Einstein: His Life and Times (1947) by Philipp Frank

I am by heritage a Jew, by citizenship a Swiss, and by makeup a human being, and only a human being, without any special attachment to any state or national entity whatsoever.

– Albert Einstein, To Adolf Kneser (1918)

The aim of education must be the training of independently acting and thinking individuals who, however, see in the service to the community their highest life achievement.

– Albert Einstein, From A Speech at the State University of New York (1936)

You should try to remember that a dedicated teacher is a valuable messenger from the past, and can be an escort to your future.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted by Richards, Einstein as I Knew Him

Teaching should be such that what is offered is perceived as a valuable gift and not as a hard duty.

– Albert Einstein, Interview with Benjamin Fine (1952)

If A is success in life, then A = x + y + z. Work is x, play is y and z is keeping your mouth shut.

– Albert Einstein, Said to Samuel J. Woolf (1929)

It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.

– Albert Einstein, A Speech in Pasadena City College (1931)

Try to become not a man of success, but try rather to become a man of value.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted by William Miller in LIFE magazine (1955)

Fear or stupidity has always been the basis of most human actions.

– Albert Einstein, To E. Mulder (1954)

I must seek in the stars that which was denied to me on Earth.

– Albert Einstein, To His secretary Betty Neumann (1924)

Failure and deprivation are the best educators and purifiers.

– Albert Einstein, To Auguste Hochberger (1919)

Misfortune suits mankind immeasurably better than success.

– Albert Einstein, To Heinrich Zangger (1919)

I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Carl Seelig (1952)


Short Inspiring Albert Einstein Quotes on God, And Religion

Nobody, certainly, will deny that the idea of the existence of an omnipotent, just, and omnibeneficent personal God is able to accord man solace, help, and guidance; also, by virtue of its simplicity, it is accessible to the most undeveloped mind. But, on the other hand, there are decisive weaknesses attached to this idea in itself, which have been painfully felt since the beginning of history. That is, if this being is omnipotent, then every occurrence, including every human action, every human thought, and every human feeling and aspiration is also His work; how is it possible to think of holding men responsible for their deeds and thoughts before such an almighty Being? In giving out punishment and rewards He would to a certain extent be passing judgment on Himself. How can this be combined with the goodness and righteousness ascribed to Him? The main source of the present-day conflicts between the spheres of religion and of science lies in this concept of a personal God.

– Albert Einstein, Science, Philosophy and Religion (1941)

I cannot accept any concept of God based on the fear of life or the fear of death, or blind faith. I cannot prove to you that there is no personal God, but if I were to speak of him I would be a liar. I do not believe in the God of theology who rewards good and punishes evil. My God created laws that take care of that. His universe is not ruled by wishful thinking but by immutable laws.

– Albert Einstein, 4th Conv. with William Hermanns (1954)

I cannot imagine a God who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation, whose purposes are modeled after our own — a God, in short, who is but a reflection of human frailty. Neither can I believe that the individual survives the death of his body, although feeble souls harbor such thoughts through fear or ridiculous egotisms.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

My religion is based on Moses: Love God and love your neighbor as yourself. And for me, God is the First Cause. David and the prophets knew that there could be no love without justice or justice without love. I don’t need any other religious trappings.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

My religiosity consists of a humble admiration of the infinitely superior spirit that reveals itself in the little that we, with our weak and transitory understanding, can comprehend reality. Morality is of the highest importance — but for us, not for God.

– Albert Einstein, The Human Side (1981)

All religions, arts, and sciences are branches of the same tree. All these aspirations are directed toward ennobling man’s life, lifting it from the sphere of mere physical existence and leading the individual towards freedom.

– Albert Einstein, Moral Decay (1937)

My God may not be your idea of God, but one thing I know of my God — he makes me a humanitarian. I am a proud Jew because we gave the world the Bible and the story of Joseph.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

I want to know how God created this world. I’m not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details.

– Albert Einstein, A Talk with Einstein (1955)

I believe in Spinoza’s God, Who reveals Himself in the lawful harmony of the world, not in a God Who concerns Himself with the fate and the doings of mankind.

– Albert Einstein, The New York Times (1929)

It is hard to sneak a look at God’s cards. But that He chose to play dice with the world… is something that I cannot believe for a single moment.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Cornel Lanczos (1942)

No one can read the Gospels without feeling the actual presence of Jesus. His personality pulsates in every word. No myth is filled with such life.

– Albert Einstein, Einstein: A Life (1996) by Denis Brian

One strength of the communist system of the East is that it has some of the characters of a religion and inspires the emotions of a religion.

– Albert Einstein, Atomic War or Peace, Vol. II (1947)

If God created the world, his primary concern was certainly not to make its understanding easy for us.

– Albert Einstein, To David Bohm (1954)

As long as you pray to God and ask him for something, you are not a religious man.

– Albert Einstein, In A Conv. with Leo Szilard

God does not care about our mathematical difficulties. He integrates empirically.

– Albert Einstein, Quest: An Autobiography (1949)

Before God, we are relatively all equally wise – and equally foolish.

– Albert Einstein, In Cosmic Religion (1931)

I believe the main task of the spirit is to free man from his ego.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

Man has infinite dimensions and finds God in his conscience.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

The more I study science, the more I believe in God.

– Albert Einstein, Science Resurrects God, WSJ 1994

Subtle is the Lord, but malicious He is not.

– Albert Einstein, On His first visit to Princeton University (1921)


Albert Einstein’s Quotes on Creativity, Knowledge, And Truth

The efforts of most human beings are consumed in the struggle for their daily bread, but most of those who are, either through fortune or some special gift, relieved of this struggle are largely absorbed in further improving their worldly lot. Beneath the effort directed toward the accumulation of worldly goods lies all too frequently the illusion that this is the most substantial and desirable end to be achieved; but there is, fortunately, a minority composed of those who recognize early in their lives that the most beautiful and satisfying experiences open to humankind are not derived from the outside, but are bound up with the development of the individual’s own feeling, thinking and acting. Genuine artists, investigators, and thinkers have always been persons of this kind. However, inconspicuously the life of these individuals runs its course, nonetheless, the fruits of their endeavors are the most valuable contributions which one generation can make to its successors.

– Albert Einstein, Obituary for Emmy Noether (1935)

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity. … Don’t stop to marvel.

– Albert Einstein, Death of a Genius, LIFE Magazine (1955)

In matters concerning truth and justice, there can be no distinction between big and small problems, for the general principles which determine the conduct of men are indivisible. Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted in important affairs.

– Albert Einstein, Historical and Cultural Perspectives (1997)

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, and giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research.

– Albert Einstein, Cosmic Religion: With Other Opinions and Aphorisms (1931)

The main source of all technological achievements is the divine curiosity and playful drive of the tinkering and thoughtful researcher, as much as it is the creative imagination of the inventor.

– Albert Einstein, From A Radio Broadcast in Berlin (1930)

Matter is real to my senses, but they aren’t trustworthy. If Galileo or Copernicus had accepted what they saw, they would never have discovered the movement of the earth and planets.

– Albert Einstein, 2nd Conv. with William Hermanns (1943)

When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge.

– Albert Einstein, János: The Story of a Doctor (1947)

I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by George S. Viereck (1929)

A theory is something nobody believes, except the person who made it. An experiment is something everybody believes, except the person who made it.

– Albert Einstein, Only Then Shall We Find Courage (1946)

The striving for truth and knowledge is one of the highest of man’s qualities—though often the pride is most loudly voiced by those who strive the least.

– Albert Einstein, NBC Radio Broadcast: The Goal of Human Existence (1943)

The true value of a human being is determined primarily by the measure and the sense in which he has attained to liberation from the self.

– Albert Einstein, The World As I See It (1949)

The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who do evil, but because of the people who tolerate or encourage evil.

– Albert Einstein, Einstein’s Tribute to Pablo Casals (1953)

Studying and in general, the pursuit of truth and beauty is a sphere of activity in which we are permitted to remain children all our lives.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Adrianna Enriques (1921)

Ethical axioms are found and tested not very differently from the axioms of science. Truth is what stands the test of experience.

– Albert Einstein, The Laws of Science & The Laws of Ethics (1950)

Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the Gods.

– Albert Einstein, Essay to Leo Baeck (1953)

A pretty experiment is in itself often more valuable than twenty formulae extracted from our minds.

– Albert Einstein, In A Conv. with Alexander Moszkowski (1922)

Knowledge and justice are ranked above wealth and power by a large section of the human race.

– Albert Einstein, My First Impression of the U.S.A. (1921)

Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.

– Albert Einstein, To J. Dispentiere (1954)

He who is untrue to his own cause cannot command the respect of others.

– Albert Einstein, A Statement in Aufbau 11 (1945)

Blind obedience to authority is the greatest enemy of truth.

– Albert Einstein, To Swiss Teacher Jost Winteler (1901)


Albert Einstein’s Quotes on Humanity, Society, And War

Our time is distinguished by wonderful achievements in the fields of scientific understanding and the technical application of those insights. Who would not be cheered by this? But let us not forget that human knowledge and skills alone cannot lead humanity to a happy and dignified life. Humanity has every reason to place the proclaimers of high moral standards and values above the discoverers of objective truth. What humanity owes to personalities like Buddha, Moses, and Jesus ranks for me higher than all the achievements of the enquiring and constructive mind. What these blessed men have given us we must guard and try to keep alive with all our strength if humanity is not to lose its dignity, the security of its existence, and its joy in living.

– Albert Einstein, Written statement (1937)

I am not only a pacifist, but a militant pacifist. I am willing to fight for peace. . . . Is it not better for a man to die for a cause in which he believes, such as peace, than to suffer for a cause in which he does not believe, such as war?

– Albert Einstein, An Interview with G. S. Viereck (1931)

Every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labors of other men, living and dead and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

All human beings, whatever their position in society, are suffering from this process of deterioration. Man can find meaning in life, short and perilous as it is, only through devoting himself to society.

– Albert Einstein, Why Socialism (1949)

A man must learn to understand the motives of human beings, their illusions, and their sufferings in order to acquire a proper relationship with individual fellow men and the community.

– Albert Einstein, Education for Independent Thought (1952)

A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels. Past thinking and methods did not prevent world wars. Future thinking must prevent wars.

– Albert Einstein, Atomic Education Urged by Einstein (1946)

But laws alone can not secure freedom of expression; in order that every man present his views without penalty there must be a spirit of tolerance in the entire population.

– Albert Einstein, On Freedom (1940)

When we survey our lives and endeavors we soon observe that almost the whole of our actions and desires are bound up with the existence of other human beings.

– Albert Einstein, The World As I See It (1949)

A man’s value to the community depends primarily on how far his feelings, thoughts, and actions are directed toward promoting the good of his fellows.

– Albert Einstein, The World As I See It (1949)

It is the duty of every man of goodwill to strive steadfastly in his own little world to make this teaching of pure humanity a living force, so far as he can.

– Albert Einstein, Thoughts on Christianity & Judaism

I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

– Albert Einstein, Interview with Alfred Werner (1949)

Indeed, it is not intellect, but intuition which advances humanity. Intuition tells man his purpose in this life.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

My political ideal is democracy. Everyone should be respected as an individual, but no one idolized.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

In order to be a perfect member of a flock of sheep, one has to be, foremost, a sheep.

– Albert Einstein, Essay to Leo Baeck (1953)

That is simple, my friend. It is because Politics is more difficult than physics.

– Albert Einstein, At a meeting at Princeton (1946)

It is easier to denature plutonium than it is to denature the evil spirit of man.

– Albert Einstein, The Real Problem Is in the Hearts of Men (1946)

I believe in one thing—that only a life lived for others is a life worth living.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

Time has proved that illustrious tyrants are succeeded by scoundrels.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

Without “ethical culture,” there is no salvation for humanity.

– Albert Einstein, The Need for Ethical Culture (1951)

Socialism is directed towards a social-ethical end.

– Albert Einstein, Why Socialism (1949)

Bureaucracy is the death of all sound work.

– Albert Einstein, The World As I See It (1949)


Albert Einstein’s Quotes on Maths, Philosophy, And Science

In the temple of science are many mansions, and various indeed are they that dwell therein and the motives that have led them thither. Many take to science out of a joyful sense of superior intellectual power; science is their own special sport to which they look for vivid experience and the satisfaction of ambition; many others are to be found in the temple who have offered the products of their brains on this altar for purely utilitarian purposes. Were an angel of the Lord to come and drive all the people belonging to these two categories out of the temple, the assemblage would be seriously depleted, but there would still be some men, of both present and past times, left inside. Our Planck is one of them, and that is why we love him.

– Albert Einstein, Speech at the Physical Society, Berlin (1918)

Fundamental ideas play the most essential role in forming a physical theory. Books on physics are full of complicated mathematical formulae. But thought and ideas, not formulae, are the beginning of every physical theory. The ideas must later take the mathematical form of a quantitative theory, to make possible the comparison with experiment.

– Albert Einstein, The Evolution of Physics (1938)

Science has therefore been charged with undermining morality, but the charge is unjust. A man’s ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties and needs; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hopes of reward after death.

– Albert Einstein, On Religion and Science (1930)

If I was not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music. … I cannot tell if I would have done any creative work of importance in music, but I do know that I get the most joy in life out of my violin.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by George Sylvester Viereck (1929)

One reason why mathematics enjoys special esteem, above all other sciences, is that its laws are absolutely certain and indisputable, while those of other sciences are to some extent debatable and in constant danger of being overthrown by newly discovered facts.

– Albert Einstein, Sidelights on Relativity (1922)

It can scarcely be denied that the supreme goal of all theory is to make the irreducible basic elements as simple and as few as possible without having to surrender the adequate representation of a single datum of experience.

– Albert Einstein, The Method of Theoretical Physics (1933)

Mathematics gives me freedom from my senses. The language of mathematics is even more inborn and universal than the language of music; a mathematical formula is crystal clear and independent of all sense organs.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

Science is international but its success is based on institutions, which are owned by nations. If therefore, we wish to promote culture we have to combine and organize institutions with our own power and means.

– Albert Einstein, Einstein in Singapore (1929)

If science, like art, is to perform its mission truly and fully, its achievements must enter not only superficially but with their inner meaning into the consciousness of the people.

– Albert Einstein, New York World Fair Speech (1939)

One thing I have learned in a long life: that all our science, measured against reality, is primitive and childlike—and yet it is the most precious thing we have.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Hans Muehsam (1951)

Our entire much-praised technological progress, and civilization generally, could be compared to an axe in the hand of a pathological criminal.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Heinrich Zangger (1917)

Physics is essentially an intuitive and concrete science. Mathematics is only a means for expressing the laws that govern phenomena.

– Albert Einstein, Letters to Solovine

If I hadn’t absolute faith in the harmony of creation, I wouldn’t have tried for thirty years to express it in a mathematical formula.

– Albert Einstein, 2nd Con. with William Hermanns (1943)

A scientist is a mimosa when he himself has made a mistake and a roaring lion when he discovers a mistake of others.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted in Ehlers, Liebes Hertz!

I never failed in mathematics. Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential and integral calculus.

– Albert Einstein, His Response on A Fake Headline (1935)

Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you that mine are still greater.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Barbara Lee Wilson (1943)

Philosophy is empty if it isn’t based on science. Science discovers, philosophy interprets.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

Philosophy is like a mother who gave birth to and endowed all the other sciences.

– Albert Einstein, To Bruno Winawer (1932)

All of science is nothing more than the refinement of everyday thinking.

– Albert Einstein, Physics and Reality (1936)

Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.

– Albert Einstein, Science, Philosophy and Religion (1941)


Albert Einstein’s Quotes on Understanding of The Nature & World

Scientific research is based on the assumption that all events, including the actions of mankind, are determined by the laws of nature. Therefore, a research scientist will hardly be inclined to believe that events could be influenced by a prayer, that is, by a wish addressed to a supernatural Being. However, we have to admit that our actual knowledge of these laws is only an incomplete piece of work so ultimately the belief in the existence of fundamental all-embracing laws also rests on a sort of faith. All the same, this faith has been largely justified by the success of science. On the other hand, however, everyone who is seriously engaged in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that the laws of nature manifest the existence of a spirit vastly superior to that of men, and one in the face of which we with our modest powers must feel humble.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Phyllis Wright (1936)

Man tries to make for himself in the fashion that suits him best a simplified and intelligible picture of the world; he then tries to some extent to substitute this cosmos of his for the world of experience, and thus to overcome it. This is what the painter, the poet, the speculative philosopher, and the natural scientist do, each in his own fashion.

– Albert Einstein, Address at The Physical Society, Berlin (1918)

Try and penetrate with our limited means the secrets of nature and you will find that, behind all the discernible concatenations, there remains something subtle, intangible, and inexplicable. Veneration for this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion. To that extent I am, in point of fact, religious.

– Albert Einstein, Conv. between Einstein and Alfred Kerr (1927)

To one bent on age, death will come as a release. I feel this quite strongly now that I have grown old myself and have come to regard death like an old debt, at long last to be discharged. Still, instinctively one does everything possible to postpone the final settlement. Such is the game that Nature plays with us.

– Albert Einstein, To Gertrud Warschauer, (1955)

Everything that the human race has done and thought is concerned with the satisfaction of deeply felt needs and the assuagement of pain. One has to keep this constantly in mind if one wishes to understand spiritual movements and their development.

– Albert Einstein, Religion and Science (1930)

Nature shows us only the tail of the lion. But there is no doubt in my mind that the lion belongs with it even if he cannot reveal himself to the eye all at once because of his huge dimension. We see him only the way a louse sitting upon him would.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Heinrich Zangger (1914)

There is, after all, something eternal that lies beyond the reach of the hand of fate and of all human delusions. And such eternals lie closer to an older person than to a younger one who oscillates between fear and hope.

– Albert Einstein, To Queen Elisabeth of Belgium (1936)

The years of anxious searching in the dark, with their intense longing, their alternations of confidence and exhaustion, and final emergence into the light—only those who have experienced it can understand that.

– Albert Einstein, Notes on The General Theory of Relativity (1934)

The Wonder of nature does not become smaller because one cannot measure it by the standards of human morals and human aims.

– Albert Einstein, Letter (1941)

Our experience hitherto justifies us in trusting that nature is the realization of the simplest that is mathematically conceivable.

– Albert Einstein, On the Method of Theoretical Physics (1933)

The most beautiful gift of nature is that it gives one pleasure to look around and try to comprehend what we see.

– Albert Einstein, Aphorism (1953), In Essays Presented to Leo Baeck

As a scientist, I believe that nature is a perfect structure, seen from the standpoint of reason and logical analysis.

– Albert Einstein, To Raymond Benenson, (1946)

What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly.

– Albert Einstein, The Human Side (1979)

Nature hides her secret because of her essential loftiness, but not by means of ruse.

– Albert Einstein, The Science & The Life of Albert Einstein (1982)

Nature is not an engineer or a contractor, and I myself am a part of Nature.

– Albert Einstein, From A Conversation (1930)

To be sure, Nature distributes her gifts variously among her children.

– Albert Einstein, My First Impression of the U.S.A. (1921)

Joy in looking and comprehending is nature’s most beautiful gift.

– Albert Einstein, Ideas and Opinions (1954)

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand it better.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted by Margot Einstein (1955)

Nature rarely surrenders one of her magnificent secrets!

– Albert Einstein, To Heinrich Zangger (1919)


Thought-provoking Albert Einstein Quotes on Life And Love

Our situation on this earth seems strange. Every one of us appears here involuntarily and uninvited for a short stay, without knowing the whys and the wherefore. In our daily lives we only feel that man is here for the sake of others, for those whom we love, and for many other beings whose fate is connected with our own. I am often worried at the thought that my life is based to such a large extent on the work of my fellow human beings and I am aware of my great indebtedness to them.

– Albert Einstein, My Credo (1932)

If I would be a young man again and had to decide how to make my living, I would not try to become a scientist or scholar, or teacher. I would rather choose to be a plumber or a peddler in the hope to find that modest degree of independence still available under present circumstances.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to an Editor (1954)

Life doesn’t make things easy for anyone. But it is lucky when we are able to emerge from our own uncomfortable confines to some extent and focus on objective matters that are beyond the wretchedness of life.

– Albert Einstein, To Adriaan Fokker (1919)

I would not think that philosophy and reason themselves will be man’s guide in the foreseeable future; however, they will remain the most beautiful sanctuary they have always been for the select few.

– Albert Einstein, To Benedetto Croce (1944)

Hail to the man who went through life always helping others, knowing no fear, and to whom aggressiveness and resentment are alien. Such is the stuff of which the great moral leaders are made.

– Albert Einstein, Essay to Leo Baeck (1953)

No, this trick won’t work…How on earth are you ever going to explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love?

– Albert Einstein, Symposium on Structure of Enzymes & Proteins (1956)

Nothing truly valuable arises from ambition or from a mere sense of duty; it stems rather from love and devotion toward men and toward objective things.

– Albert Einstein, The Human Side (1979)

An hour sitting with a pretty girl on a park bench passes like a minute, but a minute sitting on a hot stove seems like an hour. That’s relativity.

– Albert Einstein, Explanation of Relativity Given to Sec. Helen Dukas

I do not need any promise of eternity to be happy. My eternity is now. I have only one interest: to fulfill my purpose here where I am.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

I believe that we don’t need to worry about what happens after this life, as long as we do our duty here—to love and to serve.

– Albert Einstein, 3rd Conv. with William Hermanns (1948)

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.

– Albert Einstein, Journal of France & Germany (1942–44) by Gilbert Fowler White

The devil has put a penalty on all things we enjoy in life. Either we suffer in our health, or we suffer in our soul, or we get fat.

– Albert Einstein, The Life and Times by Ronald W. Clark (1971)

Be a loner. That gives you time to wonder, to search for the truth. Have holy curiosity. Make your life worth living.

– Albert Einstein, 4th Conv. with William Hermanns (1954)

Falling in love is not at all the most stupid thing that people do — but gravitation cannot be held responsible for it.

– Albert Einstein, Response on a Letter from Frank Wall (1933)

The great moral teachers of humanity were, in a way, artistic geniuses in the art of living.

– Albert Einstein, Religion & Science: Irreconcilable (1948)

I firmly believe that Love is a better teacher than a sense of duty—at least for me.

– Albert Einstein, In a draft of a Letter to Philipp Frank (1940)

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to His Son Eduard (1930)

If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or objects.

– Albert Einstein, Quoted By Ernst Straus in A Centenary Volume (1980)

Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.

– Albert Einstein, New York Times (1932)

I love to travel, but I hate to arrive.

– Albert Einstein: His Influence on Physics, Philosophy, and Politics (1979)


Motivational Albert Einstein Quotes To Reshape Your Thinking

We humans generally live under the illusion of security and being at home and hearth in a trusting and gracious physical and human environment. When the daily rhythm is interrupted, however, we realize we are like shipwrecked people trying to balance ourselves on a wretched plank in the open sea, forgetting where we came from and not knowing how to steer.

– Albert Einstein, To Mr. and Mrs. Held, (1945)

Knowledge of the existence of something we cannot penetrate, our perceptions of the profoundest reason and the most radiant beauty, which only in their most primitive forms are accessible to our minds: it is this knowledge and this emotion that constitute true religiosity. In this sense, and only this sense, I am a deeply religious man.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

Reading after a certain age diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking, just as the man who spends too much time in the theater is tempted to be content with living vicariously instead of living his own life.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by George Sylvester Viereck (1929)

The ideals which have lighted my way, and time after time have given me new courage to face life cheerfully, have been Kindness, Beauty, and Truth. The trite subjects of human efforts, possessions, outward success, and luxury have always seemed to me contemptible.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

In human freedom in the philosophical sense, I am definitely a disbeliever. Everybody acts not only under external compulsion but also in accordance with inner necessity.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

Man will never be free until he is able to direct his emotions to think clearly. Only then can he control his environment and preserve his energy for creative work.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

To make a goal of comfort or happiness has never appealed to me; a system of ethics built on this basis would be sufficient only for a herd of cattle.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

How strange are a lot of us mortals! Each of us is here for a brief sojourn; for what purpose he knows not, though he sometimes thinks he senses it.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1949)

I look upon mankind as a tree with many sprouts. It does not seem to me that every sprout and every branch possesses an individual soul.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview with G. S. Viereck (1929)

I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.

– Albert Einstein, Quest: An Autobiography (1949) By Léopold Infeld

I believe in intuition and inspiration. … At times I feel certain I am right while not knowing the reason.

– Albert Einstein, Cosmic Religion (1931)

The difficulty is that really good music, whether of the East or of the West, cannot be analyzed.

– Albert Einstein, Interview with Rabindranath Tagore (1930)

I believe in intuitions and inspirations. I sometimes feel that I am right. I do not know that I am.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by George S. Viereck (1929)

Those who are led should not be driven, and they should be allowed to choose their leader.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

Enjoying the joys of others and suffering with them—these are the best guides for men.

– Albert Einstein, To Valentine Bulgakov (1931)

I take it to be true that pure thought can grasp the real, as the ancients had dreamed.

– Albert Einstein, On the Method of Theoretical Physics (1933)

If I should be born again, I will become a cobbler and do my thinking in peace.

– Albert Einstein, Einstein and The Poet (1948)

Force always attracts men of low morality.

– Albert Einstein, The World As I See It (1931)


Popular Albert Einstein Quotes on Mind, Body, And Spirit

Science is never finished because the human mind only uses a small portion of its capacity, and man’s exploration of his world is also limited. If we look at this tree outside whose roots search beneath the pavement for water, or a flower which sends its sweet smell to the pollinating bees, or even our own selves and the inner forces that drive us to act, we can see that we all dance to a mysterious tune, and the piper who plays this melody from an inscrutable distance—whatever name we give him—Creative Force, or God—escapes all book knowledge.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

To think with fear of the end of one’s life is pretty general to human beings. It is one of the means nature uses to conserve the life of the species. Approached rationally that fear is the most unjustified of all fears, for there is no risk of any accidents to one who is dead or not yet born. In short, the fear is stupid but it cannot be helped.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to Eileen Danniheisser (1953)

Body and soul are not two different things, but only two different ways of perceiving the same thing. Similarly, physics and psychology are only different attempts to link our experiences together by way of systematic thought.

– Albert Einstein, Aphorism (1937)

I see a clock, but I cannot envision the clockmaker. The human mind is unable to conceive of the four dimensions, so how can it conceive of a God, before whom a thousand years and a thousand dimensions are as one?

– Albert Einstein, Cosmic Religion (1931)

Possessions, outward success, publicity, luxury – to me these have always been contemptible. I believe that a simple and unassuming manner of life is best for everyone, best both for the body and the mind.

– Albert Einstein, What I Believe (1930)

It is only man’s consciousness of what he does with his mind that elevates him above the animals and enables him to become aware of himself and his relationship to the universe.

– Albert Einstein, 2nd Conv. with William Hermanns (1943)

The intuitive (metaphoric) mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.

– Albert Einstein, The Metaphoric Mind by Bob Samples (1976)

I have only two rules which I regard as principles of conduct. The first is: Have no rules. The second is: Be independent of the opinion of others.

– Albert Einstein, An Interview by M. K. Wisehart, (1930)

A man’s moral worth is not measured by what his religious beliefs are, but rather by what emotional impulses he has received from Nature.

– Albert Einstein, To Sister Margrit Goehner (1955)

Physical concepts are free creations of the human mind and are not, however, it may seem, uniquely determined by the external world.

– Albert Einstein, The Evolution of Physics (1938)

What a betrayal of man’s dignity. He uses the highest gift, his mind, only ten percent, and his emotions and instincts ninety percent.

– Albert Einstein, 1st Conv. with William Hermanns (1930)

Make a lot of walks to get healthy and don’t read that much but save yourself some until you’re grown up.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to His Son Eduard Einstein (1918)

He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.

– Albert Einstein, The World as I See It (1931)

Small is the number of them that see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts.

– Albert Einstein, Letter to a Friend of Peace

A happy man is too satisfied with the present to think too much about the future.

– Albert Einstein, Essay: My Future Plans (1896)

Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.

– Albert Einstein, Conv. with Virgil G. Henshaw, Jr. (1949)

As far as I’m concerned, I prefer silent vice to ostentatious virtue.

– Albert Einstein, A Documentary Biography (1956)


Top Quotes Said About Albert Einstein By Famous People

Einstein was not a mathematician, but a physicist who had mixed feelings about mathematics. …He had enormous respect for the power of mathematics to describe the workings of nature, and he had an instinct for mathematical beauty …On the other hand, he had no interest in pure mathematics, and he had no technical skills as a mathematician. In his later years, he hired younger colleagues… assistants to do mathematical calculations for him. His way of thinking was physical rather than mathematical. He was supreme among physicists as a bird who saw further than others.

– Freeman Dyson, Birds, and Frogs

Most scientists are happiest when they are making clear progress, solving some perhaps small but well-defined and significant problems by clever adaptations of known techniques. Most people—perhaps all—feel acutely anxious and unhappy when they are “groping in the dark” or find themselves poised uneasily upon “no firm foundation.” We must admire the courage of those rare individuals who, like Einstein, systematically seek out such situations.

– Frank Wilczek & Betsy Devine

“Who is the greatest modern physicist after Einstein?” the answer would be: Einstein again. And why? Because, although the theory of relativity in itself would have established his fame forever, had somebody else discovered relativity, his other discoveries would still make him the second-greatest physicist of his time.

– Cornelius Lanczos, Albert Einstein and the Cosmic World Order (1965)

Albert Einstein, who was admired as almost superhuman and whose fate it was to become one of the most famous people on the planet, never identified with the image the collective mind had created of him. He remained humble, egoless.

– Eckhart Tolle

A powerful searchlight of the human mind, piercing by its rays the darkness of the unknown, has suddenly been extinguished. The world has lost its foremost genius and the Jewish people its most illustrious son in the present generation.

– Moishe Sharrett, P.M. of Israel (1955)

To me, he appears as out of comparison the greatest intellect of this century, and almost certainly the greatest personification of moral experience. He was in many ways different from the rest of the species.

– C. P. Snow, Conversations with Einstein

This man is not challenging the fact of science; he is challenging the action or axioms of science. Not only is he challenging the action of science, but the action of science has surrendered to his challenge.

– George Bernard Shaw (1930)

Even though in political matters a deep gulf divides us, I am also absolutely certain that in the centuries to come Einstein will be celebrated as one of the brightest stars that ever shined on our academy.

– Max Planck to Heinrich von Ficker (1933)

With the passing of Dr. Albert Einstein, the world has lost its greatest scientific mind, the human race one of its most ethical and inspiring personalities, and the Jewish people one of its most loyal sons.

– Samuel Belkin, President of Yeshiva University (1955)

The memory of his noble personality will always remain a fresh source of inspiration and strength to those of us who were happy enough to become personally acquainted with him.

– Niels Bohr after Einstein’s death (1955)

Oh, he was a lovely man, Einstein. Oh, lovely man. He had the most perfect simplicity and perfect modesty, and all his feelings were humane.

– Bertrand Russell, in an Interview with David Susskind (1962)

Einstein was a giant. His head was in the clouds, but his feet were on the ground. Those of us who are not so tall have to choose!

– Richard Feynman

The greatness of Einstein lies in his tremendous imagination, and in the unbelievable obstinacy with which he pursues his problems.

– From The Ultimate Quotable Einstein

I would be unable to picture science without him. His spirit permeates it. He makes up part of my thinking and outlook.

– Albert Szent-Gyorgy, Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology

I was particularly won over by his sweet disposition, by his general kindness, by his simplicity, and by his friendliness.

– Louis de Broglie, New Perspectives in Physics

Einstein understood the central concepts of general relativity years before he developed detailed equations.

– Edward Witten, Unravelling String Theory

They cheer me because they all understand me, and they cheer you because no one understands you.

– Charlie Chaplin

No other man contributed so much to the vast expansion of twentieth-century knowledge.

– Dwight D. Eisenhower

Now his living voice is silent, but those who heard it will hear it until the end of their days.

– Hedi Born, Wife of Physicist Max Born

Here lies Einstein, an enterprising Teuton Who, relatively speaking, silenced Newton.

– Ashley Montagu, Conversations with Einstein

This man changed thinking about the world as only Newton and Darwin changed it.

– The New York Times after Einstein’s Death (1955)

I like quoting Einstein. Know why? Because nobody dares contradict you.

– Studs Terkel

Einstein’s impact on the physics of the twentieth century is unimaginable.

– Domenico Giulini and Norbert Straumann


Fake Einstein Quotes That Were Never Said By The Scientist

Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.

– Darryl Anka (Bashar), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius—and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.

– E. F. Schumacher, (Small is Beautiful Essay), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

A mathematical theory is not to be considered complete until you have made it so clear that you can explain it to the first man whom you meet on the street.

– David Hilbert, International Congress of Mathematicians (1900), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live. No more bees, no more pollination … no more men!

– The Irish Beekeeper (1965-66), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Computers are incredibly fast, accurate, and stupid; humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate, and brilliant; together they are powerful beyond imagination.

– The Internet Handbook for Writers, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

If I had only one hour to solve a problem, I would spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem, and only five minutes finding the solution.

– The Manufacturing Manager’s Skills, By William H. Markle, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

The most important decision we can make is whether this is a friendly or hostile universe. From that one decision all others spring.

– Susan Gregg (The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Spiritual Healing), Misattributed To Einstein

Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.

– Derived from Fables about Animals, Misattributed to Albert Einstein, Quote Investigator

I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.

– A Viral Internet Meme, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

If a man can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.

– A Joke quoted in Hamilton Daily News (December 1923), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

– “Twelve Steps” of Al-Anon, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

We cannot solve the problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

– FBIS Daily Report, Copenhagen (4 April 1995), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.

– Dianne Feinstein, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.

– William Bruce Cameron, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk?

– Laurence J. Peter, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Education is that which remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school.

– Anonymous, Misattributed to Albert Einstein (He attributed it to an unnamed “wit”)

Setting an example is not the main means of influencing others, it is the only means.

– Albert Schweitzer, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor and the cobbler.

– Ludwig Boltzmann, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Two things inspire me to awe: the starry heavens and the moral universe within.

– Immanuel Kant (Critique of Practical Reason), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Information is not knowledge. The only source of knowledge is experience.

– John Locke, Human Understanding (Essay), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

The mind that opens to a new idea, Never comes back to its original size.

– Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.(The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table), Misattributed to Einstein

Time is nature’s way of keeping everything from happening at once.

– Ray Cummings (The Time Professor), Misattributed to Albert Einstein

The search for truth is more precious than its possession.

– Gotthold E. Lessing, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.

– Albert Schweitzer, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. So is a lot.

– Alexander Pope, Misattributed to Albert Einstein

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“Mankind has lost its finest son, whose mind reached out to the ends of the universe but whose heart overflowed with concern for the peace of the world and the well-being, not of humanity as an abstraction, but of ordinary men and women everywhere.”

– Israel Goldstein, President of the American Jewish Congress

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