The lesson "A Truly Beautiful Mind" is about Albert Einstein's life. Albert Einstein was born in the German city of Ulm. When he was born, his mother thought his head was too big compared to others. He did not start talking until he was two and a half years old. When he first started talking, he repeated everything twice. Later, Einstein's headmaster once informed his father that he would not be successful in any profession he chose. Einstein was not a bad student. He scored good marks in the exam. But he did not like the strict rules in Munich. Later, at the age of fifteen, he left the school. After getting permission from his parents, Einstein joined the German-speaking school in Switzerland. He liked the school because it was more liberal than the school in Munich. After his schooling, he joined the University of Zurich for his higher studies. He met Mileva Maric there and fell in love with her. After completing his studies, he considered marrying her. His mother, on the other hand, was opposed to it. She rejected Mileva because she was older than Albert and intelligent like Albert. Later, he married Mileva, but they divorced after a long period of fighting. Soon after the divorce, Albert married Elsa. In 1921, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work "General Theory of Relativity." When the Nazis came to power in Germany, he emigrated to America. While knowing about the discovery of nuclear fission, he wrote a letter to Franklin D Roosevelt. Then the United States developed the atomic bomb and attacked Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Einstein was deeply affected by the incident and wrote a letter to the United Nations proposing the formation of world government. This time, however, no one listened to him. Later, Einstein fought for world peace and harmony. When he died at 76, the world celebrated him as a 'visionary' and 'genius'.