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The environment is everything that isn't me.

During his lifetime Albert Einstein exchanged letters with a lot of people. Their number can hardly be estimated today. He corresponded with scientists, crowned heads, important statesmen, authors and artists. Last but not least Einstein exchanged uncounted letters with unknown and scientifically interested people, people looking for help and with children.

The content of the letters with children were quite different from each other. Some of the children only wanted to know what he looked like; others congratulated him to his birthday or wanted an autograph. Others in turn hoped for a piece of advice from him, e.g. when they had problems in school, with friends or their parents. Some of them gave him practical advice.

Albert Einstein was always willing to answer these letters.

1920, to the question what he looked like.

"… Let me tell you what I look like: pale face, long hair, and a tiny beginning of a paunch. In addition, an awkward gait, and a cigar in the mouth … and a pen in pocket or hand. But crooked legs and warts he does not have, and so is quite handsome – also no hair on his hands as is so often found with ugly men." Source: Albert Einstein Website

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