Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None
Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None

Language: English
Year: 2006
Pages: 267
Format: PDF
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On the Bestowing Virtue II and III

Remain faithful to the earth,my brothers, with the power of your virtue! Let your bestowing love and your knowledge serve the meaning of the earth! Thus I beg and beseech you. [...] Still we struggle step by step with the giant called accident, and over all humanity thus far nonsense has ruled, the sense-less. Let your spirit and your virtue serve the meaning of the earth, my brothers: and the value of all things will be posited newlyby you! Therefore you shall be fighters! Therefore you shall be creators![...] Wake and listen, you lonely ones! From the future come winds with secretive wingbeats; good tidings are issued to delicate ears. You lonely of today, you withdrawing ones, one day you shall be a people: from you who have chosen yourselves a chosen people shall grow – and from them the overman. Indeed, the earth shall yet become a site of recovery! And already a new fragrance lies about it, salubrious – and a new hope!

[...] And that is the great noon, where human beings stand at the midpoint of their course between animal and overman and celebrate their way to evening as their highest hope: for it is the way to a new morning. Then the one who goes under will bless himself, that he is one who crosses over; and the sun of his knowledge will stand at noon for him. ‘Dead are all gods: now we want the overman to live.’ – Let this be our last will at the great noon!”–

Thus spoke Zarathustra.

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