Professor Stephen Hawking

Hey Everyone!

I hope you’re doing well and enjoying March. Spring is certainly on its way.

I’m sure you’ve all seen the news about the passing of Professor Stephen Hawking. I wanted to take the time to reflect on the incredible work he has done in his lifetime.

I find it so hard to comprehend his intelligence and what he discovered. His knowledge and findings have shaped our world today. I can appreciate so much what he has done, despite Science not being my calling.

We’ve lost a treasure but we will always have his teachings and his famous speeches. I’ve attached my favourite quote below. We all could do with remembering this at times.

Despite finding the universe quite incomprehensible, we all have people in our lives that feel like our universe. I know for a fact I certainly do. His children quoted their father today. Personally, I love this quote even more. The value of family is so important.

‘It would not be much of a universe if it wasn’t home to the people you love.’

Thanks for all the lessons Professor, science and life. We are at a loss without you.

Big love all xx


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19 responses to “Professor Stephen Hawking

  1. What a lovely tribute to such an important person 😊 xx


  2. It’s a big loss for sure.
    I hope you’re well. I see I have some catching up to do on your blog 🙂


  3. What a terrific quote. He’s right, isn’t he? Thanks for sharing this!


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