Einstein’s ‘Theory of Happiness’ Fetched $1.3-M at Auction

Einstein’s ‘Theory of Happiness’ Fetched $1.3-M at Auction

Einstein’s ‘Theory of Happiness’ Fetched $1.3-M at Auction

The Winner’s auction house said that Albert Einstein scribbled the note in German to a bellboy while traveling in Japan in Y 1922 after he did not have cash to give him a tip.

It reads: “A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.”

Tuesday’s bidding began at $2,000 and quickly advanced.

Winner’s would not disclose the buyer or seller.

Albert Einstein won a Nobel Prize in physics for his theory of relativity. He died in Y 1955.

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