Many of you Einstein enthusiasts are not going to like what I am about to write, but hey, this is my blog and if you don’t like it, go away. It’s been several months since I reposted this post: https://wearelightbeings.wordpress.com/2015/04/15/a-letter-from-albert-einstein-to-his-daughter-about-the-universal-force-which-is-love/

For some reason it received a lot of attention as it was posted on Facebook. Since then, I’m still receiving responses about the authenticity of that letter Einstein supposedly wrote to his daughter.

What amazed me about this controversy whether it’s a fake or not was that most people simply won’t let go and insist on convincing me that it does matter who the real author is.
For all to read here: It matters NOT to me who wrote it. It matters NOT to me who wrote it. It matters NOT to me who wrote it. Get my drift?

When I first read the letter on another WordPress blog that I follow, it never occurred to me to even question if Einstein really wrote it or not because he was not the reason I re-posted the post, I simply loved the letter and the message of Love.

What does matter to me is suffering in the world, hunger in the world, constant US government/Cabal illegal invasions of sovereign countries, demolishing them to the ground leaving millions of people either dead, homeless, maimed and turning them into refugees that nobody wants.

You see, Einstein is dead, his work is remember and according to some he was a genius. Great, but I’m more concerned about our planet, humanity, the needless suffering than whether Einstein really wrote that letter.

Do we not have more important things to worry about than the authenticity of that letter? Is the message not more important? Does it mean that if you believe it’s not Einstein’s that it is less inspiring or meaningful?

For you folks that are filling my blog with silly comments: Have you looked around lately and noticed the suffering around you? What are you doing about that? Isn’t human suffering that the US government/Cabal is causing all over the planet more important? Should you not be doing something about the authenticity of the US President, all the illegal occupations and bombing countries into oblivion?

What about homelessness? Would you not spend your time better by insisting that homeless people should  not be treated like criminals? What about the children in the US alone, 36 million of them live below poverty levels?  Wouldn’t your time be better spent insisting to your governments to spend less on military and wars and more on Social Programs?

How about the 35,000 dilapidated bridges across the US that are about to collapse? Instead of debating with me about the authenticity of that letter, can you not just breath in the beauty of it and feel that love emanating from whomever wrote it?

You see, I live in Croatia and know more about the US than most living in it because I care what happens on our planet. I refuse to argue about something so insignificant when you compare that to our current human condition and the state we have brought this world into due to our ignorance and selfishness.

While some feverishly research and present proof that Einstein didn’t write the letter to his daughter, thousands of families have had their homes demolished in Palestine so that Jews can build their apartments on land that doesn’t belong to them.

Where is your humanity folks, that you place  more importance on a letter so beautifully describing love over 36,000 children dying of hunger everyday?

If you still insist that I should make more effort into wanting to know the facts about this letter, then please go away, start your own blog about it or whatever but it’s really sad to see so many people wasting their time on something that is not going to change our current condition of suffering.

I don’t care if the letter was written by Einstein or not, so please stop insisting I should. I don’t know the guy, I heard and read about him, it’s written that he is the father of relativity and he’s a genius, yeah so? He’s not the only genius that ever existed and he’s not the last one either, each one of us have something to contribute and you don’t need to be a genius to contribute. There is so much fabrication about our history that I don’t even trust it to be true, fact of the matter is, whether Einstein was a genius or not matters not to me, he surely didn’t stop poverty or stop and prevent any wars. I place more value to people that work towards building a peaceful society, an equal society, a society where everyone has everything they need. Einstein never made money from his inventions or discoveries, Boeing, many large corporations and governments today profit from his work.

So please don’t waste my time about this letter anymore, I am so beyond obsessing about something that is not going to improve the human condition.

I worry about all the innocent civilians being bombed for the benefit of selling military hardware and nuclear weapons. I worry about my human family that have lost their homes, are hungry and now as immigrants being treated like criminals because they seek a better life.

If you feel this is more important than our current condition of great suffering and injustice on this planet that I can only say to you this:  You are merely contributing to the suffering of humanity by insisting on being politically correct. Your small world of who is right and wrong only shows how small you are and what a long way you have to go to becoming a loving and compassionate human.

I also believe that in today’s times as difficult and challenging as they are, we need to set our priorities straight and make Peace a priority rather than arguing over who the author is over a beautiful letter that sends a clear message about Love.



  1. If you have something wonderful to say, then say it write it share it, whatever. But don’t say that someone else more famous than you said it. Don’t put words in other people’s mouths. It’s just a stupid thing to do. Nobody is disputing that the sentiments of the obviously fake letter, just that it is wrong to claim someone else said them. It matters just as much as if I were posting my thoughts and claiming that you wrote them.


    • In a world of “alternate facts,” truth matters. Someone falsely attributed authorship of the most important message in life, to get more views. That lessens, rather than strengthens, the message. It decreases trust, and goes along with the current narrative to, “accept this falsehood as truth, even if it’s proven false.”


  2. Dearest Ines,

    I wanted to say something I have known about Snopes for a while but hesitated. To all the nay-sayers who whole hearted rely on a couple in an apartment being “experts” on just about everything..Please read the following:

    LOS ANGELES, CA – Snopes.com owners Barbara and David Mikkelson were detained by police today after an unrelated investigation of a Snopes.com editor lead police onto a paper trail of corruption, bribery, and fraud at the very heart of the fact-checking organization. Evidence obtained by police has revealed that Snopes.com, which markets itself as “the definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation,” has a history of accepting money and favors from left-leaning and pro-Islamic political groups and individuals for helping them to advance their cause by rigging public discourse with selective fact-finding and deliberate manipulation of public opinion. *************************

    Snopes.com CEO Arrested on Charges of Fraud and Corruption http://drrichswier.com/author/oatbashian/ August 6, 2015/in Commentary, Political Satire /by Oleg Atbashian LOS ANGELES, CA – Snopes.com owners Barbara and David Mikkelson were detained by police today after an unrelated investigation of a Snopes.com editor lead police onto a paper trail of corruption, bribery, and fraud at the very heart of the fact-checking organization.

    Late Monday morning, Brian Williston, a Snopes.com editor, who also doubles as the accountant, found himself at a flea market on the outskirts of Los Angeles. As he was browsing the different tables and tents looking for antiques, an old mechanical piano began playing Dixie’s Land, a song that was adopted as a de facto anthem of the Confederacy during the American Civil War and is now considered offensive by some due to its link to the iconography and ideology of the Old South. The tune sparked an outrage in Williston, who began yelling and cursing those who “would like to bring back slavery and racial separation,” and ordering the vendors to “turn off that racist music.” When no one nearby claimed to know how to turn off the one-hundred-year-old machine, Williston became violent. He started grabbing various antique objects from the vendors’ tables and throwing them at the antique piano in an attempt to silence the music.

    A bystander, later identified as William Barksdale, working as a courier for the L.A. Messenger Service, attempted to calm Williston down, saying that “someone is just trying to see if that the piano still works” and “it’s only a song, don’t shoot the pianist,” but that only prompted the infuriated editor to redirect his rage to the messenger. Williston, who is white, began to choke Barksdale, who is black, while screaming “Shut up! Shut up!” as the mechanical piano continued to play Dixie’s Land in the background. After some of the shoppers intervened and pried Williston’s hands off the courier’s throat, the Snopes.com editor fled the scene of the incident.

    LAPD quickly identified Williston by the personal check he left with one of the vendors, which contained his full name and address. While inside his home, Williston ignored commands to open the door, causing police to use forced entry in order to detain him. The arresting officer caught Williston slipping some papers under a Persian rug, which prompted the police to remove the rug and examine the documents underneath it. One of them turned out to be a handwritten ledger, containing names of well-known individuals and organizations who have been paying Snopes.com to debunk stories that cast them in a bad light, while validating damaging half-truths and rumors about their political opponents.

    Having established their website as a reputable resource for validating and debunking stories in American popular culture since 1995, the Mikkelson couple soon found themselves in a position to influence public discourse by punishing or rewarding certain cultural and political biases. Before long they were accepting money to promote some rumors and downplay or completely ignore some others, which over the years have brought them millions of dollars, according to the source. Especially scandalous may be the website’s possible collaboration with left-leaning national media organizations, which started with payments to Snopes.com to overlook or validate their inaccurate and biased reporting, and eventually evolved into a full-scale coordinated effort with left-leaning groups and public relation firms to construct a media narrative that gave legitimacy to certain opinions, political causes and public figures, while discrediting other opinions, causes, and public figures.

    The list of groups and individuals paying to use the website’s clout ranged from local politicians to transnational entities to foreign governments, including Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the Palestinian Authority. None of the specifics or individual names are being revealed while the investigation is still ongoing, but a police source has indicated that “the shockwaves will rock the world of the media and the political establishment.”
    Several watchdog groups have already condemned Snopes.com as a corrupt organization with zero credibility and urged their readers to disregard any political debunking from this tainted source. But some media experts predict that, given the high-profile names involved, as well as the power and magnitude of the political opinion-generating machine of which Snopes.com was only a small wheel, the story may never be allowed to reach a full-blown scandal and will soon be discarded as an urban legend, joining a long line of other similar stories debunked by Snopes.com.

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    • Thank you for that, for those that use it as a source. I don’t and never did because I felt the first time I visited that something was not right. I didn’t know what at the time, but now I know why my gut was telling me to leave it alone.


    • The irony is the fact that the Snopes article is political satire as noted on and in the link. Words mean things!
      Secondly, I imagine plagiarism is fine as long it’s positive and truth is relative.
      A hoax is a fake – don’t deflect from the fact you’re being called out and put this back on people who care about the truth. The fact that some people care about truthfulness does not correlate to not caring about bombing innocent people,etc.

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      • But … it DOES matter who wrote it – if it didn’t then the person who published this by lying about the author would have put his or her own name on it. Whoever originated this PURPOSEFULLY attributed the letter to Einstein just to get more readers. It is dishonest and tarnishes the content – REALLY tarnishes it by linking the theory of relativity and the power of love. We should check the sources of anything we share online with people.


    • Love is Love
      Ignore the ignorant…
      Cost too much Energy
      Which is a waste…

      Love is Energy
      Energy is Love

      Universal Love…

      Thank you Starseed for being in this world to spread the word Love in All ways

      You are blessed with the gift of Love

      Be Love, do joy, have peace

      ~×~ Margie


  3. It may be true what you say, but ultimately, people destroy themselves in wars, famine, diseases, which they bring onto themselves, because they don’t carry any love. And that is Enstein message, it doesn’t take a genius to figure it out.


  4. No, sorry. Yes, the sentiment is admirable, but presenting materials under someone’s name under false pretenses is not kosher. Love is important. So is honesty and integrity.


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