We have always wondered how someone succeeds in his life. We perceive the geniuses that have marked the history of humanity with revolutionary inventions, such as "superheroes" with "mega powers", and with an extraordinary intelligence that would have always stood out.
Many of these people were underestimated as young people, because they did not seem bright, even blamed some disabilities.
Albert Einstein, was a precursor of the twentieth century scientific revolution, discovering the theory of relativity. We could not imagine that he did not start talking until he was 3 years old, when he came to think that he had learning development problems.
Einstein was simply an observant child, who instead of developing his social skills interacting with others, was more introverted and developed in himself, another type of skills, learning and memorizing while looking around.
Thomas Edison, invented great things, such as the light bulb and the phone, something very revolutionary for his time. We would all think that he was brilliant in his studies since he was very small. Nothing could be further from reality, in the school he was expelled by his director.
He sent him home, with a letter he gave to his mother and prayed in the following way: "Your son is a bad student and does not keep up with the class, I'm afraid he can not go back to school. From now on you will have to take care of your education. "
She, instead of giving up, told her son that she would not go back to class because she was very smart, and they did not have anything else that they could explain to her at school, so from that moment on, she would be the one he took charge of his education. He managed to awaken in him a great sense of curiosity, which is totally linked with the desire to learn. He was belittled, but his mother did not stop believing in him and giving him his support.
In conclusion, who you have been in the past, does not determine who you are today, or who you will be tomorrow. Many of the great people who have done something important for society, were not recognized at a given time, they even came to exclude or criticize for not being "enough". Luckily, they went on their way, despite being different, or even feeling isolated, and thanks to their perseverance and ingenuity they contributed to improving our quality of life.