Stephen Hawking was a great scientist of his era, He was a live example of hope for hopelessness. Disappointed or hopeless people never go with the flow of life and never accept challenges, they always think negatively and never try or work hard for their targets, they believe only in their luck but luck is not everything.
If a person tries to achieve his/her target or goals then he/she can be successful. It is a lack of awareness and education that people depended on their luck and never work hard to achieve their challenges.
Some of the educated people are also doing this in everyday life that is why most people commit suicide because they think their luck isn’t with them but actually their thinking is faulty.
Stephen Hawking (Hope For Hopelessness)
Mr. Stephen Hawking, a great physicist, and scientist is an example for the disappointed people.
When he was young he turned paralyzed and doctors gave a written statement that he cannot live more than a few months. But Allah Almighty gave him a great life of 76 years, he was born on 8 January 1942 in Oxford city of UK and died on 14 March 2018.
He was totally paralyzed but his mind was sharp and he is also called Newton of the new world. He was unable to speak and move but his friend scientists make a tablet by which they can understand what his eyeballs and chin are trying to say.
Stephen Hawking’s Determination
Mr. Hawking was a man of determination that’s why he accepts challenges and wrote many books on science even though he was totally paralyzed.
When his Ph.D. thesis was published by British Cambridge University in 1966, it breaks all records and that there is read by 20 lac people and downloaded by 5 lac people.
Most of his work is on theoretical cosmology and black holes and he is famous for his time machine invention. Mr. Stephen Hawking was the man who said that the next 100 years are very critical for the earth. His most famous and revolutionary book is