Albert sadaka was 15 years old when he thought winter lacked color. He wondered why the house’s Christmas tree was decorated with real candles instead of street lights. To solve this problem, he strung the bulbs into a grid, creating something in a modern sense that became a special light.
The boy invented colored lights for the house, which could be seen in the street by then. In 1917, thanks to the invention of Albert sadaka, people began to hang usable colored lights on trees instead of dangerous candles. The parents invested all their money in their son’s invention, and they had no regrets. Because a few years later, the invention brought Albert and his family a lot of money. Because of his invention, people decorated the white winter with colorful colors.