Isaac Newton was born on January 4th, 1643. He was named after a prosperous nearby local farmer named Isaac
Isaac's mother remarried a man named Barnabas Smith, and she left Newton with his maternal Grandmother. When he turned 12, his mother's second husband died, and he is reunited with her.
Newton was then enrolled into the King's school in Grantham. He would learn apothecary and chemistry. Even though his mother pulled him out at 12 years old, wanting him to become a farmer, he later would finish it.
Realizing his potential, Newton's uncle enrolled Isaac to the University of Cambridge trinity college. For a long time, he was not considered a standout scholar from all of the scholars in the university because it was really advanced.
After a long time, Isaac started to get more lucky, he got his master of arts degree before he was 27 years old.
After some time, he came up with his groundbreaking theory of gravity. With the 3 important laws of motion. It would teach people in the future to keep pursuing your dreams even if you aren't getting lucky anytime soon.