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From the central Zionist archives in Jerusalem, a handwritten statement by Einsten, 3rd October 1933, not known to whom.
In it one sees a reflection of the mass dismissal of Jewish scholars by the Nazis.


Einstein's statement:The value of Judaism lies exclusively in its spiritual and ethical content and the corresponding qualities of individual Jews.
For this reason, from olden times till now, study has rightly been the sacred endeavour of the capable ones among us.
That is not to say however, that we should earn our livelihood by intellectual work, as is, unfortunately too often the case among us. In these dire times we must do our utmost to adjust to practical necessity without giving up love of the spiritual and intellectual and cultivation of our studies.

My other book, Albert Einsten, the human side: glimpses from his archives.

GG.

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What is spiritual and sacred? Ask Einstein! 446 greengirl5 01-May-19 08:13
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Re: What is spiritual and sacred? Ask Einstein! 56 greengirl5 01-May-19 21:44
Re: What is spiritual and sacred? Ask Einstein! 54 Itatw70s 01-May-19 23:19
Re: What is spiritual and sacred? Ask Einstein! 94 Susan Doris 02-May-19 05:27


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