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Where does humanity fit in the cosmos? Albert Einstein, one of history's towering scientific geniuses, explores this fascinating subject in a unique anthology-featuring some of his most inspirational writings-illustrated with mind-bending photographs of the universe. Einstein's deep intuitive insight into the workings of nature couple with his probing, philosophical mind. Here, scientists, artists, spiritual seekers, and Einstein fans will discover his beliefs about God, the afterlife, the nature of free will and existence, beauty and creativity, and how we can free ourselves from the delusion of separateness from the universe "by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty."
Magda Ott studied German, Slavic, and American Indian literature at J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt and completed her studies of literature at Maharishi International University in Washington, DC, and Fairfield, IA.
Walt Martin graduated from Maharishi International University (now Maharishi University of Management) in Fairfield, Iowa with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in education. Martin has been instrumental in local environmental reforms that have been praised by the EPA and have led to national policy reform.