\”So remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet.\”
-Professor Stephen Hawking, January 8, 1942 – March 14, 2018
I am so moved by Professor Hawking\’s life, as the longest survivor of ALS and for all he gave to humanity, believing anything is possible and being a living testament to that fact. Professor Hawking died yesterday, on Albert Einstein\’s birthday (1879). There are no coincidences: Galileo died on January 8, 1642, Stephen Hawking\’s birthday.
In Hawking\’s last speech he said, \”My motto is no boundaries.\” His work with black holes is what led him to that firm knowledge. I don\’t understand all of it, but I do understand that.
I am listening back to the Week 22A Wallace Wattles recording now too. This is all hitting me very hard. To banish all other thoughts than success: it perfectly fits with Haanel this week on the money consciousness:
Week 23, 7: If we recognize the Omnipotent power that is the source of all supply we will adjust our consciousness to this supply in such a way that it will constantly attract all that is necessary to itself and we shall find that the more we give the more we get. Giving in this sense implies service. The banker gives his money, the merchant gives his goods, the author gives his thought, the workman gives his skill; all have something to give, but the more they can give, the more they get, and the more they get the more they are enabled to give.
I am working to schedule my silence which I know will only solidify what I have done these last 6 months. I am deeply changed.
I\’m ever grateful to myself for taking these steps and to my tribe for being there for me at exactly the right moment.
Most beautiful tribute here to Professor Hawking from Cambridge University where he tought and lived.
Namaste all, let our lives be a tribute to all who have passed.
Dedicated to Thomas Howard Hoffman, June 14, 1941 – March 9, 2018