Why Albert Einstein Believed in Santa Claus
Warning – this post is not for young kids.
Not because we’re going to use four-letter words.
Not because we’re going to describe any gruesome event in graphic detail.
There’s another reason today’s show isn’t for the ears of kids.
We’re going to talk about Santa Claus.
So this is for adults only.
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Kids have an advantage. They still believe in Santa Claus.
As we get older, and presumably wiser, we come to realize that Santa is a myth.
Jolly Old St. Nick is just a fable, weaved by parents for generations.
Santa is just a fictional character. Part of the land of make believe. A fairy tale. A figment of our imagination.
Imagination. Kids have it in abundance.
But then we mature. We become practical. We need proof. Logic prevails.
But Albert Einstein knew better. The man we associate with genius had this to say about imagination:
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”
We simply can’t explain everything.
There isn’t a rational reasoning for everything.
To think you can is to miss part of the joy of living.
Embracing the things we can’t explain.
Accepting the miracles in everyday life.
Because Albert Einstein also said:
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is.”
Albert Einstein believed in miracles. Albert Einstein believed in Santa Claus.
And Santa Claus knows about miracles.
The miracle of jolliness
You can be miserable. Or you can be jolly. Either way, you’ll get more of the same.
Misery loves company. Santa knows that jolliness does too. It’s your choice.
The miracle of giving
Do you ever hear about Santa receiving? No, we hear about him giving. What does Santa know?
He knows that giving leads to miracles – from physical health to emotional well-being and more.
The miracle of Christmas
We won’t get into the original story of Christmas here. We’re talking about the miracle that Santa sees in people’s hearts this time of year.
People are friendlier. They show that they care more.
Imagine the miracles that would happen if we kept this spirit alive year round!
The miracle of you
You are the greatest miracle in the world. You may not feel like it some days. But you are.
You are here to do something special. It may be for one other person. It may be for the whole world.
By believing in Santa Claus, you open the door to new possibilities. Possibilities that only you can imagine. Possibilities that only you can achieve. Possibilities that lead to BIGG success!
What miracles do you see?
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