ALBERT EINSTEIN AND THE LONGEST GOODBYE by ADA AGADA

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  1. Super generous with this one Ada, never mind; you idolize the man don’t you? 🙂

    You make all the physics and weird science stuff sound so cool 🙂 I think I may just look for that auto on your white thinker and run with it. I love the flow of this piece and your obvious unbiased appraisal of Al,lol

    Philosophy and poetry…nice! Do research some more, I’m quite sure you’ll be able to come up with at least one black person comparable to your heroes. I thoroughly enjoyed this one,humorous,informative and so totally unbiased. notice my use of this word? 🙂 I like the way you write, this one is direct buddy; no jive.
    Nice job!

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    1. I am sure Ada would grin at this. Yup, there is a certain innocence to the writing here. Interesting and making for a good further read. There was an error though. Einstein didn’t have an auto.. it’s actually a bio. The writer (Ada) made it clear but somehow the mistake came to be…
      I do hope things keep smiling for us all. Many thanks sis… for all the following. May better smile our way each day. Amen.

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      1. Dotta Raphaels, thanks for the nice comment. Yes, I greatly admire Einstein. He possessed not only a brain but also a heart. It is not often that genius go together with nobility of soul. Su’eddie is right. The book is a biography, not autobiography. I think I have come across your name several times. I always suspected Dotta is a pseudonym. Nice to meet the one called Dotta at last.

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