This is somewhat saying goodbye to certain way of living. In a specific manner. This is the last non-mathematical analysis in this blog.
Nicola Tesla died in room no. 3327 in NY, giving away money from patents, being attacked by numerous newspapers, being praised by others. Some thought he was out of this world, but those weren’t standing firm when he died in pain and suffering.
It was Tesla himself saying he did not believe that the truth will be revealed by the time compasionate being would have potentially wanted it to be revealed. He underlined he worked for the future, and probably for the future only.
I don’t need to quote Nicola Tesla. I just want to say a couple of things with regard to Tesla’s approach to life, though, before I launch my great journey of this life even further.
Firstly, he cared about things that could make sense only, ie. did not care about things that are less important.
Secondly, he played a very strong line by giving away everything he had to protect his idea of electricity for everyone, showing no respect to material things.
Thirdly, had he loved would he not be able to create a life he wanted. Thus, he rejected much of value that comes from others.
Next thing, the most important one, it all results from his goal, which was to be right. He had an overview of what it makes a being and what it takes to respect own talent, strength. Had he ever wanted to be saved in any sense, what matters is the only goal, not the other goals. He could not have constrained dreams, but that did not make him sad. This implication is important. He was not afraid because he exactly knew he was right all that time.
When you hear too much praising, it’s sometimes that you might go astray. Focus. Act brave. Win big. But all the time remember about the goal. 27 years old is when Tesla issued his paper. It will be mine 27th when I finish my GTA paper. I don’t care about universities though. I don’t have time for it. I do act.
It’s Tesla who said:
“[..] magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king … its exponents are brilliant men but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists [..]”
And it’s Einstein who was that much praised during his life. Not Tesla. At times only. Memento mori. To everyone who uses any sort of advantage for a constrained dream.
Sometimes you could need to be saved. In order to go higher in understanding, just be firm, modest and ask questions. Less judgement, more in-depth questions. If no ‘saving’ comes, maybe you have even more time and you still need to blossom.
Never be afraid to act for the right choices.