Today's the day: Epiphany! Here are 3 famous Epiphanies we learned in school:
Ancient Greek mathematician and physicist Archimedes famously cried out "Eureka" ' "I have found it!" from the bathtub where he realized that his volume displaced the same amount of water in the tub and he could calculate the volume of gold in a crown.
Isaac Newton was sitting below an apple tree when an apple fell on his head, which caused him to develop his Universal Law of Gravitation.
Albert Einstein developed his Special Theory of Relativity after arriving home one night feeling defeated. He imagined having arrived home at the speed of light, and how the light from the town’s clock tower would not have reached him in his car, even though the clock inside the car would be ticking normally. This would make the time outside the car and inside the car just different enough to be striking.
We can look up epiphany on google and immediately discover the seven ways to help you have an epiphany. It starts with: Be observant. Look around you. But there's more.
Next article is The Atlantic. It starts with: Go for a hike or a drive. Walk around the city. Psychology Today tells us: When one of these amazing gifts comes to us, the way to honour it is to put it to use". The next is another Psychology Today article that questions what is an epiphany: "By epiphanies I mean the major, life-changing revelations that have the greatest impact on our lives." Huffington Post says there are 8 Epiphanies everyone should have. Others have different numbers - 18, 12, 9, 8, 17, or 10 epiphanies?
We can take the easy route and google images of epiphany quotes. That is where I found the one that seems to apply to today given this is the Day of Epiphany.