Stephen Hawking has a great advice on how to deal with depression

Stephen Hawking, a world-renowned physicist, gave a black hole lesson at the Royal Institute in London. Interesting is the view that the scientist gave and that is that the black holes are not the end and death, but probably the way to other universes. So we can observe depression.

During his lecture, Professor Hoking responded not only as a scientist, but as a “regular” man. He gave a very poetic answer when asked how we can overcome the difficulties in life. He compared depression with a black hole:

“The message of this lecture is that the black holes are not black like they were, for example, painted or painted. They are not eternal prisons as they used to be. Everything can come out of the black hole both outwardly and in the other universe. So if you feel like you’re starting a black hole, do not give up – there’s a way out. ”

As Bright Side reminds, Stephen Hawking is not only a brilliant scientist whose discoveries shook the orthodox doctrine, but also a person who is known for his strong will. He was diagnosed with motor neuronal disease in 1963, and the doctors gave him two years of his life. Not only did Professor Hoking survive to this day, he came to many discoveries, wrote books, held lectures, and continues to inspire and encourage absolutely all people.

A man of strong will tells you: Even in the darkest hour, remember: There is always an exit. Maybe to another universe.