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“God does not play dice” Albert Einstein

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts…” William Shakespeare

Is God the director of all of this?
Do we have a choice, can we not play the part God gave us?
Or is all this just random?

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Comments

  • Moshe Cohen
    Moshe Cohenover 4 years ago

  • Lissie E J
    Lissie E Jover 4 years ago

    Great work

  • Thank you so much Lissie.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawover 4 years ago

    This is fabulous dear Moshe. A terrific concept and questions/ The image is so clean and pure, and depicts so many of the parts we play though our lives. Importantly, the image actually asks the questions that you pose in your dialogue, so that is an amazing achievement. I love the purity of the background too, and the clear lines of the foreground. This is a great work.

  • Thank you so much dear Anna,
    I did the floor in foreground like chessboard to emphasize idea that our lives might be just a game to some devine entity.
    I put the apparently good roles in the white squares, and the bad in the black squares.
    But you can notice that the figures from the black squares drop shadows into the white squares.
    This symbolizes tha fact that anyone can find himself in a bad position very quickly.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • laminarwind
    laminarwindover 4 years ago

    First of all, we don’t know if God exists. Einstein was smart fellow (my hero #1) but I doubt that he could tell what is god doing or what he is not doing.

    My thought is: if god exists, he not only plays dice, but it is probably all he does all day long.

    PS Einstein was defending causality of the Scientific Method (now 2595 years old) since quantum mechanics using scientific method (and causality) claims that things happen at random. I happen to agree with that point of view.

  • Thank you so much Dragan.
    I hoped someone will write something like this.
    You are right we don’t know if God exists.
    I think God is a psychological need of the mankind, and the perception of God has changed over the history, and is still changing.
    How can we know if God exists?
    Can we say that he doesn’t exist because we can’t see or touch him?
    I don’t think so. I think he exists for those who believe he does.
    Anyway, I agree Einstein couldn’t tell what is God doing or what he is not doing.
    I know the context he said this.
    Actually he tried to defend the deterministic view of the universe.
    This actually says that if you know the situation of the universe in some point of time, and know the laws of nature you can predict the situation in any other point in time.
    This view challenges the principle of free will.
    The quantum mechanics changed this view at least at the subatomic level.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • RichardKlos
    RichardKlosover 4 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Thank you so much Richard.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • franticflagwave
    franticflagwaveover 4 years ago

    Congrats on your feature Moshe, An interesting title for an equally interesting piece of art……………..Barbara

  • Thank you so much Barbara.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • Ellanita
    Ellanitaover 4 years ago

    This is an outstanding creation, the muse dropped something profound into your creative mind. My mind got stimulated instantly, all I want to do now is write about what I am perceiving from your creation. Thank you

  • Thank you so much Ellanita.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 4 years ago

  • Thank you.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • zoolou
    zoolouover 4 years ago
    very interesting creative concept and something to contemplate
  • Thank you so much.

    – Moshe Cohen

  • rodeorose
    rodeoroseover 4 years ago

    Moshe- congratulations on this amazing work! I have enjoyed also reading down through the comments to find my little place here…There is so much to glean from your words and image- when some can enjoy such advantage and others be dealt such a blow…Thanks dear Moshe for this opportunity to reflect with you.

  • Thank you so much dear Rosie.
    You got it right, what I really wanted to say is: we need to appreciate what we have and be compation to the people that have less.
    I read somewhere: “You should treat others the way you want God will treat you.”
    I am just asking how this is done, who decides, which one will get more, and do we really have control on our destiny.

    – Moshe Cohen

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