Albert Einstein is an almost-mythical figure; everyone knows what he looks like, the formula E=MC2, and how “smart” he was. He also was a very humane man chock full of values and ethics, a Socialist, a peace-maker, a truly original thinker, and a very unique individual. He wasn’t perfect, but his ideas, words, and intentions should be understood by all. We need to be led by society’s wisest individuals offering such wise words of wisdom, rather than self-serving politicians and alleged interpreters of God’s word. Clearly his magnanimity, wisdom, and insight should not be missed. Jason invited back author and scholar Nicholas Maxwell, PhD, of University College London, who wrote a book on the man, and a interesting conversation ensued.