Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein, (1879-1955) Physicist and Professor, Nobel Prize 1921

Albert Einstein Quote

“How I wish that somewhere there existed an island for those who are wise and of goodwill! In such a place even I would be an ardent patriot.”

Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein
~ Albert Einstein

Ratings and Comments

E Archer, NYC

Let me know, I am there. ;-)

Dana, Lincoln

What would be the point? It would be like hiding your light under a basket and liberty would hardly be furthered by that.

warren, olathe

Sounds like only perfection deserves patriotism. Our country was founded by wisdom and with goodwill and he was here. Too bad the Nobel is no longer worth a crap. Now it is given to terrorists and habitual liars.

J Carlton, Calgary

WOW! Go Warren! Damned straight you are too...The Nobel might as well be a paperweight now that Rev. Gore has one. I say Rev. Gore because it takes a giant leap of faith to believe ANYthing that "A"hole says.

warren, olathe

Check out the fact that it has also been given to Arafat and Jimmy Carter. That makes the thing an embarrassment to any future recipient that happens to be a decent human being.


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