Nietzsche - Thus spake Zarathustra - Unspoken and unrealised hath my highest hope remained
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Thus spake Zarathustra - Nietzsche
Unspoken and unrealised hath my highest hope remained!
And there have perished for me all the visions and consolations of my youth!
How did I ever bear it? How did I survive and surmount such wounds? How did my soul rise again out of those sepulchres?
Yea, something invulnerable, unburiable is with me, something that would rend rocks asunder: it is called my Will. Silently doth it proceed, and unchanged throughout the years.
Its course will it go upon my feet, mine old Will; hard of heart is its nature and invulnerable.
Yea, thou art still for me the demolisher of graves. Hail to thee, my Will! And only where there are graves are there resurrections
Thus sang Zarathustra
The source of the experienceNietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
Concepts, symbols and science items
Activities and commonsteps
Loneliness and isolation
SuppressionsBeauty, art and music