Nietzsche - Thus spake Zarathustra - What falleth, that shall one also push
Type of Spiritual Experience
Nietzsche was a believer in the abyss as the means of removing those who not only did not co-create but held progress and wisdom back by hanging on to outdated beliefs, even to the extent of figuratively or literally helping the destruction….
A description of the experience
Thus spake Zarathustra – Nietzsche
O my brethren, am I then cruel? But I say: ‘What falleth, that shall one also push!’
Everything of today - it falleth, it decayeth; who would preserve it! But I - I wish also to push it!
Know ye the delight which rolleth stones into precipitous depths? Those men of today, see just how they roll into my depths!
A prelude am I to better players, O my brethren! An example! Do according to mine example!
And him whom ye do not teach to fly, teach I pray you to fall faster!
The source of the experienceNietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
Concepts, symbols and science items
Activities and commonsteps
Loneliness and isolation
SuppressionsBeauty, art and music
Being left handed
CommonstepsQuestioning and doubting all existing beliefs