Wednesday, March 24, 2010


"It's not that I'm so smart , it's just that I stay with problems longer ."
I completely agree with this quote. This quote proves to me that Einstein was intelligent on several different levels. Acknowledging that anyone that is willing to work as hard as he does can be just as successful. It also shows a lot about his personality. He must not be pompous or feel that he is better than the next guy. It also shows diligence of how hard he worked to accomplish all that he did. 
Also, I feel that this statement more accurately describes why people have various strengths. One of my main strengths is Spanish and not physics, however, my classmate Chris's strength would definitely be physics. I know for a fact that he spends more time on it then I do and he does well in it for that reason. Me on the other hand, I tend to focus more on my Spanish studies and that is apparent through my Spanish grade. Overall I believe that this quote means that you will do well with what you are passionate about- be it physics, Spanish or history.


  1. I really like the quote and appreciate how you connected it to your own learning experience.
    How about writing your physics blog postings in Spanish? will it make it more appealing to you?

  2. No... I'm okay, if I did that not many people would be able to understand it and the purpose would be gone in writing them.