A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.

Albert Einstein

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  1. Henry Cabral says:

    Scientists conduct experiments in order to get a certain result that will prove a theory, therefore increasing their credibility. Each experiment ever conducted is for a reason. Now, if that reason was the next important fact, that experiment may no longer be redone. Redoing that same one to get a different result will not prove anything. In fact, it will just keep giving the same result over and over again. This is called insanity; when someone does the same thing over and over again in order to get a different result. Sooner or later, you’ll become amazed with the fact that you can replicate the same exact experiment about 100 times, making no mistakes. Albert Einstein once said, “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” The scientist will never learn anything else but his experiment. He will become only an expert when it comes down to solemnly that one experiment. I believe that Einstein wants us to find new ideas and once that idea works, continue to find more. Never stop being creative!

  2. Lyke Teshome says:

    Basically what I feel for this quote is that, the only lesson that you need to learn from this is one is that you need to step forward and try new things, so that you can become real versatile in the future. Also, people don’t like admitting this, but making mistakes is a good thing, because you learn how to get back up after you fail, which is one of the most important lessons in life to learn, because people will fall down a lot.

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