Stephen Hawking have a considerable Announcement for every depressive individual

Stephen Hawking has a great name in theoretical physics. He was considered one with greatest mind at that time. Actually he was much interested in mathematics , but when he started his studies he involved himself a lot in natural sciences. During his complete life, Hawking was always working for humanity by delivering great words. He once said that his expectations were reduced to zero when he was given the ALS diagnosis. Since then, every aspect of his life had been a bonus until his death in early 2018.

So he has great lines for everyone

Troubles and problems are in all people lives. But you should not stop yourselves from being alive. He suffered from problems but still he tried to continue his studies. He has an honor of having twelve honorary degrees. He devoted his complete life in trying to find out depth of physics, he was always busy in getting knowledge about Big bang, creations and scientific theories. He was crippled but still he always motivates all others with his beautiful sayings:

“Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Never give up work. Work gives you meaning and purpose and life is empty without it. If you are lucky enough to find love, remember it is there and don’t throw it away.”

During a lecture in January at the Royal Institute in London, Hawking compared black holes to depression, making it clear that neither the black holes nor depression are impossible to escape:

“The message of this lecture is that black holes ain’t as black as they are painted. They are not the eternal prisons they were once thought. Things can get out of a black hole both on the outside and possibly to another universe. So if you feel you are in a black hole, don’t give up; there’s a way out.”

Handicap Stephen Hawking

When asked about his disabilities, he says:

“However it’s unfortunate having a motor neurone disease, I have been very fortunate in almost every thing else”

He was such an inspirational personality, he said:

“I have been lucky to work in physics at fascinating time and it’s one of the few areas in which my disability was not a serious handicap”

Not only are these his quotes he also said:    

“If you are disabled, it is probably not your fault, but it is no good blaming the world or expecting it to take pity on you. One has to have a positive attitude and must make the best of the situation that one finds oneself in; if one is physically disabled, one cannot afford to be psychologically disabled as well. In my opinion, one should concentrate on activities in which one’s physical disability will not present a serious handicap. I am afraid that Olympic Games for the disabled do not appeal to me, but it is easy for me to say that because I never liked athletics anyway. My disabilities have not been a significant handicap in my field, which is theoretical physics. Indeed, they have helped me in a way by shielding me from lecturing and administrative work that I would otherwise have been involved in. I have managed, however, only because of the large amount of help I have received from my wife, children, colleagues and students. I find that people in general are very ready to help, but you should encourage them to feel that their efforts to aid you are worthwhile by doing as well as you possibly can.”


He worked a lot to know the reality hidden behind stars and space, so he always appreciated practical and theoretical minds and motivate all around him. Yes he was handicap; he can’t work like a normal person can, but his motivation could not stop by his paralysis. He worked and proved himself. He says that:

 “And however difficult life may seem , there is always something you can do, AND SUCCEED AT. It matters that you: DON’T JUST GIVE UP”

His last words were the following:

I hope I will be remembered by my work, Not for things like appearing on “The Simpsons”

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