ALBERT Einstein's favourite story concerned himself. In a certain debating society, the subject of relativity came up: One member took it upon himself to elucidate the all-absorbing scientific theory. He explained, propounded and examined the subject for an hour. When he had finished, from sheer exhaustion, a listener spoke up.
'You know, after listening to you, I think you are really greater than Einstein himself. According to statistics, only twelve men in the whole world understand Einstein — but nobody understands you.'
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