Albert Einstein Quote

“One creates a little world for oneself, and as lamentably insignificant as it may be in comparison with the perpetually changing size of real existence, one feels miraculously great and important, just like a mole in his self-dug hole.”

— Albert Einstein

Source: from a letter to Pauline Winteler, May 1897, sent from Zürich (translated from German)

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Albert Einstein Quote “One creates a little world for oneself, and as lamentably insignificant as it may be in comparison with the perpetually changing size of real existence, one feels miraculously great and important, just like a mole in his self-dug hole.”