Good and evil, and joy and pain, and I and you- colored vapors did they seem to me before creative eyes. The creator wished to look away from himself,- and so he created the world.
The happiness of man is: I will. The happiness of woman is: he wills. æBehold, just now the world became perfect!Æùthus thinks every woman when she obeys out of entire love. And women must obey and find a depth for her surface. Surface is the disposition of woman: a mobile, stormy film over shallow water. ManÆs disposition, however, is deep; his river roars in subterranean caves: woman feels his strength but does not comprehend it.
The spirit now wills his own will, and he who had been lost to the world now conquers the world.
Glance into the world just as though time were gone: and everything crooked will become straight to you.
There is not enough love and goodness in the world to permit giving any of it away to imaginary beings.
There is not even enough religion in the world to destroy the world's religions.
In the beautiful, man sets himself up as the standard of perfection in select cases he worships himself in it.... Man believes that the world itself is filled with beauty he forgets that it is he who has created it. He alone has bestowed beauty upon the world alas only a very human, an all too human, beauty.
There is not enough religion in the world even to destroy religion.
The Christian resolution to find the world ugly and bad has made the world ugly and bad.
What is the vanity of the vainest man compared with the vanity which the most modest possesses when, in the midst of nature and the world, he feels himself to be man.
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