Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness sold for $1.5m (£1.19m)
'A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness,' reads one of the notes
The 43-year-old acclaimed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein might be famous for his theory of relativity but it is his theory of happiness which has just been sold at an auction for a whopping $1.56m (£1.19m).
The notes were written during Einstein’s trip from Europe to Japan while delivering a series of lectures in November 1922. It was on this trip he was informed he had been awarded the Nobel Prize.