Happy Birthday,Albert Einstein! * Exactly 137 years ago — on March 14, 1879 — Pauline Koch gave birth to a boy whom she named Albert Eisntein. Not considered to be smart or advanced as a child, Einstein went on to become the most brilliant scientist of his age.
Some even say that we will never see the likes of another Einstein again.
Here’s how a man, who “had no understanding of how to relate to people,“became history’s most beloved scientist.
Einstein’s parents were concerned about his intelligence because he was slow to learn to speak.
Einstein at age 3.
He was born in Germany.
He spoke german language.
One year after Einstein was born, his father, mother, and uncle moved to Munich — to establish an electrical engineering company — where Einstein earned the bulk of his early education.
The secondary school he attended was eventually named after him and called the Albert Einstein Gymnasium before merging with another school in 2010.
Source: Einstein: His Life and Universe
Albert Einstein developed a passion for music in his early teens.
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Einstein at age 14 in Germany.
Einstein began violin lessons at age 5 but didn’t enjoy music until age 13, when he discovered Mozart’s violin sonatas.
After that, the young genius was hooked and would play the violin in string quartets later as a young adult and throughout the rest of his life.
“Mozart’s music is so pure and beautiful that I see it as a reflection of the inner beauty of the universe itself,” Einstein later told a friend.