“In reality, you can escape from a black hole – just outside, potentially into another world.” Even if it appears that you have fallen into a black hole, do not despair; there is most likely a way out… ”
Stephen Hawking was not only one of the finest physicists of our time, but he also wrote many inspirational words for all of us.
So, on January 7, 2016, a scientist addressed all persons suffering from depression in a large lecture hall at the Royal London Institute with the following words:
“The aim of this lecture is that black holes are not as black as they are assumed to be. These are not, as previously assumed, endless dungeons”.
“In reality, you can escape from a black hole – just outside, potentially into another world.” Even if it appears that you have fallen into a black hole, do not despair; there is most likely a way out…”
“Remember to look up at the stars as well as down at your feet.” Try to make sense of all you see and consider what makes this wonderful cosmos possible. Be inquisitive. And, no matter how tough your life appears to be, there will undoubtedly be something in it that you can not only achieve but also succeed at. The most important thing is to not give up. Never”.
Given the great hurdles the person who spoke these words had to face on his journey through life, and the brave and magnificent life he led, these comments should be taken seriously.
Stephen Hawking was just 21 years old when he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a rare and incurable disease (ALS). Doctors predicted that he would survive for little more than two years. Those two years lasted for the following 55 years.
Professor Hawking stated that he had learned to be grateful for what he had.
“Even though I was unlucky to develop a progressively debilitating disease, I was fortunate in every other way.”
“I was very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work in theoretical physics at a period of major discoveries, and this is one of the few areas of human activity where my impairment did not significantly hinder.”
“It is critical to retain a positive attitude on the world at all times, no matter how terrible and unpleasant life may appear to you, since if you can’t laugh at yourself and your own life situations in time, you may be absolutely hopeless.”