You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.
An Irish mathematician and physicist.
An American novelist best known for the Good Earth.
A Hungarian actor whose many films include Crime and Punishment, The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca.
A British poet and author of the autobiographies Cider with Rosie and As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning.
An American athlete, who is regarded as the greatest female athlete and one of the top professional golfers in history
In a royal drama later told by Shakespeare, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, takes the crown of England as Richard III, following the death of King Edward IV and the imprisonment of the young Edward V.
China and Britain sign the Treaty of Tianjin, bringing a temporary end to the Second Opium War.
In Atlantic City, N.J., the world's first oceanside boardwalk is completed.
Railroad workers led by Eugene V. Debs begin a national strike in sympathy with employees at the Pullman railcar company. Later, troops sent by President Grover Cleveland put a violent end to the strike.
"The Gold Rush," Charlie Chaplin's epic comedy set in Alaska, opens. A critical and popular success, it is immediately acclaimed as a landmark in film history.
The United Nations charter is signed by 50 countries in San Francisco after two months of negotiations.
Following the Soviet Union's blockade of the western sectors of Berlin, the United States, Great Britain and France begin airlifting supplies into the city.
President John F. Kennedy is received enthusiastically by the residents of West Berlin, divided from the eastern half of the city by the Berlin Wall, when he tells them, "Ich bin ein Berliner."
The U.S. Supreme Court issues a landmark decision striking down a Texas law banning sodomy between consenting adults, reversing its own 1986 decision in Bowers v. Hardwick.
An American athlete, who is regarded as the greatest female athlete and one of the top professional golfers in history was born on 26th June 1911 Mildred Didriksen in Port Arthur, Texas. In her teens Didrikson twice won a place on the All-American women's basketball team and established three national records in track-and-field events. At the 1932 Olympic Games she not only won gold medals but also set records in the javelin throw. She captured the United States women's amateur championship in 1946 and won the U.S. Women's Open three times (1948, 1950, and 1954). Didrikson was one of the founding members of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour in the late 1940s. Didrikson received numerous honors such as a member of the LPGA Hall of Fame, National Track and Field Hall of Fame, and International Women's Sports Hall of Fame. Her autobiography, This Life I've Led, was published in 1955.
Author : Dr. Nidhi Jindal