In June of 1945, Arline Feynman — high-school sweetheart and wife of the hugely influential physicist, Richard Feynman — passed away after succumbing to tuberculosis. She was 25-years-old. 16 months later, in October of 1946, Richard wrote his late wife the following love letter and sealed it in an envelope. It remained unopened until after his death in 1988. October 17, 1946 D’Arline, I adore...
I fell in love with books. Some people find beauty in music, some in painting,...– Donald Miller (To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing Up Without a Father)