A world-renowned scientist, Stephen Hawking is known for his complex ideas. He gave a poignant message to people suffering from depression, making a poetic comparison between this disease and a black hole: “No matter how dark they seem, it is not impossible to escape”
Things can come out of a black hole both outward and eventually to another universe. So, if you have the impression of being in a black hole, like during a depression, do not give up – there is a way out “.
Hawking, who turned 74 the day after the conference, has been living with motor neuron disease for almost 53 years – despite being told he was only two years old when the disease was diagnosed in 1963.