That grand drama in a hundred acts, which is reserved for the next two centuries of Europe --the most terrible, most questionable and perhaps also the most hopeful of all dramas. . .
More Quotes from Friedrich Nietzsche:One has to pay dearly for immortality; one has to die several times while one is still alive.
The patient. The pine tree seems to listen, the fir tree to wait and both without impatience they give no thought to the little people beneath them devoured by their impatience and their curiosity.
To be ashamed of one's immorality: that is a step on the staircase at whose end one is also ashamed of one's morality.
Whoever despises himself nonetheless respects himself as one who despises.
He who cannot give anything away cannot feel anything either.
Distrust everyone in whom the impulse to punish is powerful.
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Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God.