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Einstein and Me: Silent intuition is the way God talks...
by Michael A. Guy   
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Last edited: Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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I couldn't remember where I had put this Word doc of a couple of "Thought Cards" (quotes saved and scribbled down) that I usually keep around stuck to the Frig or near my computer, and in this case on my Piano Stand.
Well... I couldn't remember when "suddenly" and silently something (Someone) whispered in my mind: "The file is on your computer desktop" AND He didn't say "dummy" after that line, so it couldn't be little 'ol me alone. (I'm self-depreciating!) And the "silent whisper" was pretty loud and clear and not delayed as usual. I didn't have to think about it or "fish" for it..... ummm, "things are coming together here at "lake Stinkhole" in the Backwoods of Florida afterall...
Must be that meditation time and all that "enforced fasting" (can't $afford to buy the "usual toxic foods")
Almost makes me believe in "miracles"!


Silent Intuition is the way God talks. I criticize him for His silence sometimes, but when you see and hear in music just how right-on His intuitive voice can be you can’t argue… And, when you hear the loud babble of the noisy world’s voice and the chaotic-din of those who either claim Him in delusion or are on the Devil’s side you are thankful He talks only with silent guidance…
michael guy, jazz pianist/author
“Every man knows that in his work he does best and accomplishes most when he has attained a proficiency that enables him to work intuitively.
That is, there are things that we come to know so well that we do not know how we know them. Perhaps we live best and do things best when we are not too conscious of how and why we do them.”
Albert Einstein


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"In the 1920s, quantum mechanics developed into a more complete theory. Einstein was unhappy with the "Copenhagen interpretation" of quantum theory developed by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg, wherein quantum phenomena are inherently probabilistic, with definite states resulting only upon interaction with classical systems. A public debate between Einstein and Bohr followed, lasting for many years (including during the Solvay Conferences). Einstein formulated thought experiments against the Copenhagen interpretation, which were all rebutted by Bohr. In a 1926 letter to Max Born, Einstein wrote: "I, at any rate, am convinced that He [God] does not throw dice." (Einstein 1969).[50]

(michael guy) ....Well, (He) does throw dice, but as I quoted EMERSON saying in my poem "THE TOMBS OF GENIUS" "...the dice of God are always loaded" (!!)
You can see that Einstein was not the silly type of scientific "theory" maker who believes that our "Creation" is all the result of a series of stupendous "accidents"!
--- Thank God for Albert Einstein

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Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 6/2/2009
awesome Michael...loved how you weaved this all together - the silent intuitive voice assisting you find the notes, the quotes themselves...and most profound the wisdom...Einstein he's got more going on than most even know.
Reviewed by John Leko 6/1/2008
...great write here Michael...all pieces...quotes given value...and yours to make music of intuiton. ...and as with all numbers...whether notes...or numbers on dice...someone has got to roll them out. ...silent whispers are wonderful...and am happy to hear that they still abound in your world.
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 5/31/2008
I have always admired Einstein. I'm sure he'd be proud of this timely write. I think God does thow dice , and a few other things too. ( I do not say the lightly.) He is the supreme power , and all is his to command......M
Reviewed by Charlie 5/29/2008
Michael-- I love your quote...and Einstein's-- you've just given me such a relief! I get so frustrated sometimes when people ask me to explain my poetry. I have no trouble explaining my intentional ones-- but when they just "come" to me..? Months later, I'll figure out a piece. I think it's always like that with intuitive talent. It's God-given-- not ours, and trying to explain it only puts a human border on the reader's and the writer's understandings. Who can explain God? But what He gives us is true-- always true-- and that's what makes that particular work so penetrating-lovely. --Charlie

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