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Nature was beautiful and filled with spirituality without needing to be likewise full of spirits. This quote is attributed to Albert Einstein. It captures the essence of his philosophy. He believed that, “Spiritual thinking isn’t a product of religious faith. It arises from the contemplation of natural phenomena, from the contemplation of the world, from the contemplation of eternal truths.” He believed that humanity can discover these eternal truths by observing nature and not requiring a deity to explain them.
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