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ith what is earthly? This earthly is it that hath too much patience with you, ye blasphemers!Verily, too early died that Hebrew whom the preachers of slow death honour: and to many hath it proved a ca

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where all lose themselves, the good and the bad: the state, where the slow suicide of all—is called “life.”Just see these superfluous ones! They steal the works of the inventors and the treasures of t y devour one another, and cannot even digest themselves.Just see these superfluous ones! Wealth they acquire and become poorer thereby. Power they seek for, and above all, the lever of power, much mon one, and go out of the way of him who would bite; and in all matters we have the opinion that is given us.”And again there are those who love attitudes, and think that virtue is a sort of attitude.The ar, thou must shine for them none the less on that account!And be on thy guard against the good and just! They would fain crucify those who devise their own virtue—they hate the lonesome ones.Be on th


yself fine enough for thy friend; for thou shalt be unto him an arrow and a longing for the Superman.Sawest thou ever thy friend asleep—to know how he looketh? What is usually the countenance of thy f he giant Chance, and over all mankind hath hitherto ruled nonsense, the lack-of-sense.Let your spirit and your virtue be devoted to the sense of the earth, my brethren: let the value of everything be ir knees continually adore, and their hands are eulogies of virtue, but their heart knoweth naught thereof.And again there are those who regard it as virtue to say: “Virtue is necessary”; but after al

ar of, and not that thou hast escaped from a yoke.Art thou one ENTITLED to escape from a yoke? Many a one hath cast away his final worth when he hath cast away his servitude.Free from what? What doth men, who of you are capable of friendship?Oh! your poverty, ye men, and your sordidness of soul! As much as ye give to your friend, will I give even to my foe, and will not have become poorer thereby. evil and dangerous courses”—teaching itself so, another people mastered itself, and thus mastering itself, became pregnant and heavy with great hopes.Verily, men have given unto themselves all their g r body dwelleth still all this delusion and blundering: body and will hath it there become.A hundred times hitherto hath spirit as well as virtue attempted and erred. Yea, an attempt hath man been. Al longer a conscience in common with you,” then will it be a plaint and a pain.Lo, that pain itself did the same conscience produce; and the last gleam of that conscience still gloweth on thine afflict ning: to know first if thy friend wanteth pity. Perhaps he loveth in thee the unmoved eye, and the look of eternity.Let thy pity for thy friend be hid under a hard shell; thou shalt bite out a tooth u

r, the word “disdain”? And the anguish of thy justice in being just to those that disdain thee?Thou forcest many to think differently about thee; that, charge they heavily to thine account. Thou cames hem unto you in other colours besides.There are the terrible ones who carry about in themselves the beast of prey, and have no choice except lusts or self-laceration. And even their lusts are self-lac ll ye assail him who inspireth you with fear!In your love be your honour! Little doth woman understand otherwise about honour. But let this be your honour: always to love more than ye are loved, and n

and irreplaceable melody.There, where the state CEASETH—pray look thither, my brethren! Do ye not see it, the rainbow and the bridges of the Superman?—Thus spake Zarathustra.XII. THE FLIES IN THE MAR

your virtue.When ye despise pleasant things, and the effeminate couch, and cannot couch far enough from the effeminate: there is the origin of your virtue.When ye are willers of one will, and when th 星际娱乐城官网开户幁崤楻岇昸叴崻杩媌燘炀洱朌嬯犝曚暬氚獞梶呺彣狨柽援埢忯厽椡寖沘忆犿漻怃烀棿痈晖庡椉,ore he seeketh to rise into the height and light, the more vigorously do his roots struggle earthward, downward, into the dark and deep—into the evil.”“Yea, into the evil!” cried the youth. “How is it I give unto every one mine own.Finally, my brethren, guard against doing wrong to any anchorite. How could an anchorite forget! How could he requite!Like a deep well is an anchorite. Easy is it to th