Words of wisdom for the new year, from New Jersey’s past

By on January 1, 2022 0

It was fun playing “Jersey’s Greatest Party Hits” and counting until New Years with YOU last night. Thank you for letting New Jersey 101.5 be your New Years Eve soundtrack.

Now that we are a few hours away in 2022, once again allow me to wish you the best in the New Year.

Recently I came across a quote from a notable (former) resident of Princeton, which fits the start of a new year:

Remembering Albert Einstein in downtown Princeton. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Learn from yesterday, live today, hope for tomorrow.“–Albert Einstein.

Words to live by, as we begin 2022, filled with hope for the days to come.

Born in Germany, Albert Einstein lived on Mercer Street in Princeton from 1933 until his death in 1955.

The wisest, in profile, on 1/1/22. (Photo by Craig Allen)

Learn from yesterday, live today, hope for tomorrow.

Happy 2022, New Jersey.

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