James Joyce and Albert Einstein never met. In 1919, when Joyce was living in Zurich, Einstein visited the city for a series of lectures. For a short time the world lines of the two men came close but they never crossed. It is tempting to speculate what such a meeting would entail, for the two men shared much more than an interest in the nature of time. Both received their initial education in a Catholic school system and broke out from under the influence of religion to pursue their goals. Joyce was educated by Jesuits but as a young man he denounced God and chose to serve Art instead. Einstein experienced a similar transformation at the age of twelve: he renounced formalized religion and resolved to unravel the mystery of the universe on his own.
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The faster u go, slower the time....... thats the shortest i have learned