Einstein's theory of a happy life for $ 1.56 million in Jerusalem Einstein's theory of a happy life for $ 1.56 million in Jerusalem
Written by  Oct 25, 2017 - 230 Views

Einstein's "theory of happiness" proved almost 100 years after it was written

Albert Einstein's theory of happy life is just a note written by a hotel worker who arrived in Tokyo in 1922, Einstein did not have any money at the time, Einstein did not want the man to return empty-handed, wrote to him in German notes.

"A modest, quiet life brings greater happiness than the pursuit of success associated with continuing discomfort," says one note.

The note was written on the stationery of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.

Einstein told the hotel worker that if he was lucky, the notes would one day become valuable.

Einstein's statement was confirmed 100 years later and a nephew of the hotel worker's brother called the auction house to put the paper up for sale.

The buyer who conducted the operation was not disclosed via the Internet.

The auction also sold a second remark to Einstein saying "where there is will, there is a way"

At an auction today in Jerusalem for $ 1.56 million.

The seller is a resident of the German city of Hamburg and a close associate of the hotel owner's observation.

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