The recipe for happiness Einstein sold for $ 1.56 million
A note with advice on how to live happily, the famous physicist gave in 1922, the courier of the hotel instead of the tip.
Note albert Einstein, containing the recipe for a happy life, sold at auction in Jerusalem for $ 1.56 million. This note in 1922, Einstein gave the courier of Tokyo hotel is a tip.
Scientist just found out about the awarding of the Nobel prize in physics, told the courier that, if you’re lucky, this note will be much more valuable than a tip.
Einstein wrote in it that the attainment of long-sought goal does not guarantee happiness.
The author of the theory of relativity lectured in Japan, when he was awarded the Nobel prize.
When he was in the room knocked the courier with a parcel, Einstein did not have money for a tip. Instead, he gave the courier a piece of notebook paper with the logo of the Imperial Hotel Tokyo.