you have carried the weight of the world for so long, you have gotten used to the weight. but someday, someone will come along to help you share that burden- and you will no longer remember how you managed to carry it for so long alone.
Unable to keep on living in the house he shared with Gloria, Rush moves in a flat near the university of Berkeley. He can’t stand his neighbour who keeps trying to intrude in his hours of work - his last place of relative happiness.
As for Belle, everything was going good in her life : a job she doesn’t like but makes money, great studies, a boyfriend, friends, until she has a new neighbour who makes her life hell.
AKA Rushbelle neighbours AU - But also Teacher/Student AU.
You can read the thread in chronological order here
I was just wondering how many hours of existence 36-year-old John has left, and it got me thinking. youve-got-your-love-online, who lives in a very different time zone from me, reminded me that it’s John’s birthday, and I was like, “wait, no, it’s tomorrow” because here it’s still Saturday. But John’s actual age has nothing to do with what time zone any of us live in now, including John. Your age doesn’t change as you change time zones, it’s completely dependent on what time it was (and where you lived) when you were born. Unless of course you’re travelling over time zones at light speed.
Born March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, Albert Einstein (1879−1955) seems not to have anticipated how famous his theories and ideas would make him. And as you see from the quotation in the image above, Einstein professed to be mystified by the adulation and attention that rained down on him as his last name became, even during his lifetime, a byword for “genius.”
The truth is, however, that his life and work continue to intrigue. After all, as the Museum's Einstein exhibition (on display in 2002−2003) points out, “Albert Einstein reinterpreted the inner workings of nature, the very essence of light, time, energy, and gravity. His insights fundamentally changed the way we look at the universe—and made him the most famous scientist of the 20th century.”