7 Life rules from Albert Einstein

Once in a long time, there comes a man who sees the Universe in a new way, whose vision opposes the very foundations of the world as we know it. Throughout his life, Einstein looked for the harmony and peace, not only in his science but in the world of busy people!

The world wanted to know Albert Einstein and yet he remained as a mystery to those who saw only his sole face and read his theories.. The next 7 greatest lines can reveal Einstein’s way of extraordinary thinking and designing the miracles in life...

The moment Albert Einstein found the secret about Time!

1. “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious
Questions generate in everyone's minds.. Some try to ask them and reveal their curiosity, whereas the remaining forcefully satisfy themselves with the existing answers. Curiosity drove Einstein through all the foundations during his life. We may say that we are curious, but we often give up when we need to face hardships and answer all the question marks.
Follow your curiosity, whatever that is. It will endlessly go deeper and deeper in your every work. That’s what divides us from being average. Dig in places where no one before did. You may find something that didn't existed till now!! One day, you will be amazed how life can be extraordinary with continuous curiosity.

2. “It’s not that I’m so smart; it’s just that I stay with problems longer.”
It's all about Patience!! Great people, along with Einstein, say that every problem you can think of has at least one solution. If we keep staying with that problem, chopping and looking at it from every corner, we will discover at least one solution.
So whatever you can think of, you can get over anything on the way if you include perseverance (patience) in your character. Don’t ever give up on your unsolved problems...

3. “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.”
Most people take the word “success” wrongly. It’s not just being wealthy and having big companies that run mechanically without your existence. Success is about getting all the things, step by step, so that people appreciate those struggles which you did..
A person of value inspires others to live in the right way and to live in accordance with one’s religious, philosophical, or spiritual values. A person of value has ethics, morality, decency, integrity, principles and honesty.

4. “Information is not knowledge. The only source of knowledge is experience.”
When we see a capable and successful person in a given situation, we conclude that the person is experienced. Not because they read a lot and they have big library at home, but because they have faced a lot of similar situations and have gained vast knowledge in that area.

5. “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.”
It doesn't mean “make a mistake and you will follow Einstein’s path”. It means that we should forcefully try to know the unknowns. We may want to go somewhere in world to learn or work there, but we will never discover how it feels to do if we stay in our own place...
We should strive to make mistakes and gain experience of how “not to” approach particular problem. That’s how experience is gained which divides people from successful and unsuccessful. You will never learn to conquer the weak sides if we don’t dare to try something that is not followed by others..

6. “You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.”
We all are learning the rules of the game of our whole lives. Whether we like it or not, we are allowed to play by the rules. For example, rules of the game to become a success are to be persistent, preserve, and to gain experience all the time. If we learn to preserve, persist and to gain experience more than others, we will always be one step ahead from everyone.
It doesn’t mean that you have to behave like everyone else or do the same things other successful people do. Once you have a full understanding of the rules of the game, you can have the power to play better, challenge the rules of the game, or to change them.

7. “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming achievements. Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
Did you ever imagined yourself in your favourite outfit?.. Or did you ever imagined your future house? Einstein believed that imagination is coming from knowledge, experience, and most of all, reading. The power to imagine is the power to formulate clear picture of how your future will be painted if you do a particular thing.
For example, when you are trying to take a picture of a bird, you would first imagine what kind of bird you are going to capture.. It's beautiful wings, tail, feathers, beak, the branch on which it is standing on...

Imagination would be a lot more difficult when we compare the above situation to our life.. But life is also made up of choices. Imagination is free of cost and you can imagine yourself in the way you want...