We think too fast, even while walking or on the way, or while engaged in other things, no matter how serious the subject.
Yes, I recognize Zarathustra. His eyes are clear now, no longer does he sneer with loathing. Just see how he dances along!
He that feeds the hungry refreshes his own soul, says wisdom.
The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it.
The belief in good and evil is humanities most grievous error.
To Wrench the human soul from its moorings, to immerse it in terrors, ice, flames, and raptures to such an extent that it is liberated from all petty displeasure, gloom and depression as by a flash of lightening: what paths lead to this goal? And which of them do so most surely?
Is the world really beautified by the fact that man thinks it beautiful? He has humanized it, that is all.
In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point.
There is no pre-established harmony between the furtherance of truth and the well-being of mankind.