When he was just starting to work on the theory of relativity, Einstein came often to my house and I bombed with questions about the new theory.

I’m not good at math and imagine the problem that the poor guy had to explain relativity.

He didn’t know how to explain it.

Faced with the difficulty of it, I felt insignificant, I wanted to sink into the ground.

Until one day he asked me something and psychology was my revenge.

“The expertise ” Jung adds” is a big disadvantage; the intensification is such that you can’t explain.

I have since had many opportunities to observe that nowadays the conversation is impossible between the infinitely graduates.

Everyone is so advanced in the field of your enthusiasm and feel so comfortable there that barely, and hardly care, talk about everything else.

Would be exposed as a crab out of the shell. ~Carl Jung on meeting Albert Einstein