Guard well your spare moments. They are like uncut diamonds. Discard them and their value will never be known. Improve them and they will become the brightest gems in a useful life.
---Ralph Waldo Emerson
Einstein is finishing his special theory of relativity. What were his dreams like in those last months? The author writes 30 fables of theoretical realms of time as 30 dreams that Einstein had during those months.
I was enchanted by this book and have it displayed in my living room. It is so whimsical and entertaining but also expanded my mind about how I think of the concepts I take for concrete ideas. Made me want to open my mind and think in new ways even if they seem magical.
---[from the story where people lose all memory each morning] For it is only habit and memory that dulls the physical passion. Without memory, each night is the first night, each morning is the first morning, each kiss and touch are the first. A world without memory is a world of the present.