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“We have much in common, whether Jew, Muslim, or Christian, only God can judge among us.”
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“As for himself, Einstein had no such fears or apprehension of death. He was sixty-five now, and he had already done good work—there was no denying that. Love and work, those were the two essential things, as Sigmund had said. But Einstein had always admired Freud as a philosopher more than as a scientist, and had found his essays more thought-provoking than they were definitive. No, the reason he didn’t fear death was because he had accepted his place—minuscule as an atom, insignificant as a mayfly—in a mystery and a miracle beyond full comprehension. It was enough to have participated in it and to have achieved as much as one could while here.”
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