I don't have much positive to say about motor neuron disease, but it taught me not to pity myself because others were worse off, and to get on with what I still could do. I'm happier now than before I developed the condition.
I had not expected 'A Brief History of Time' to be a best seller. It was my first popular book and aroused a great deal of interest. Initially, many people found it difficult to understand. I therefore decided to try to write a new version that would be easier to follow.
When one's expectations are reduced to zero, one really appreciates everything one does have.
Although September 11 was horrible, it didn't threaten the survival of the human race, like nuclear weapons do.
Wendy O. Williams