What common advice did both men share about the times in life of youth and old age?

The Bible recorded that King Solomon focused on the science of Biology 3000 years ago in the following verses.

“Solomon composed three thousand proverbs, and his songs numbered a thousand and five. The spoke of trees, from the cedar in Lebanon to the hyssop growing in the wall, and he taught about animals, birds, reptiles, and fish. (1 Kings 4:332:33) “

Albert Einstein, arrived 3000 years later advanced knowledge to Quantuml Physics and the Universe.

The Purpose of Post

Is to relate what both men in world history had in common after spending a lifetime attempting to solve the Great Mystery into which we solve born.

King Solomon

King Solomon Ecclesiastes Chapter Twelve describes a darker description of old age as being evil compared to youth. For example, when eyesight fails, the body trembles, teeth wear out. hearing becomes bad, etc. etc.,

As for his advice in relation to the Great Mystery, he wrote this verse.

Ecclesiastes 8:17 17then I saw all that God has done. No one can comprehend what goes on under the sun. Despite all their efforts to search it out, no one can discover its meaning. Even if the wise claim they know, they cannot really comprehend it.

What’s My Point?

If we compare the advices of two of the wisest, most intelligent men in recorded history on the issues of science and philosophy in their lifetimes, would we agree both had arrived at the same common beliefs about the Greatest Mystery in Life.

In My Opinion,

I sometimes wonder if our Creator has a plan and purpose for certain men to be born over time to help reveal clues to His Great Mystery.

If Interested

Read the Source Links below

You Decide

If after reading, would it have been more beneficial if we were taught how to discern the common advice given by these two men in history in our youth, instead of old age times?

Regards and goodwill blogging.

Source Links

KJV _ King Solomon – Ecclesiastes Chapter Twelve


Purple rays – Albert Einstein

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