To avoid the difficulty of an Atlantic crossing, the Gödels sailed from Japan to San Francisco, which they reached on March 4, 1940, then crossed the US by train to Princeton. There Gödel accepted a position at the Institute for Advanced Study. Albert Einstein was also living at Princeton during this time.
Gödel and Einstein developed a strong friendship, and were known to take long walks together to and from the IAS. The nature of their conversations was a mystery to the other Institute members. Toward the end of his life Einstein confided that his "own work no longer meant much, that he came to the Institute merely... to have the privilege of walking home with Gödel” (Wiki).
In each moment, each person is capable of possessing the truths that matter.
If we knew what we were looking for when we were seeking knowledge, we would not have to look for it, we would have it already….
A double movement of analysis and synthesis -- analysis to discover causes, and synthesis to move from causes to the things.