Do not be deceived! The busiest people harbor the greatest weariness, their restlessness is weakness--they no longer have the capacity for waiting and idleness.

-Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche

Do you want to have an easy life? Then always stay with the herd and lose yourself in the herd.

Friedrich Nietzsche
Around the hero everything turns into a tragedy, around the demigod, a satyr-play, and around God--what? perhaps a "world"?
Friedrich Nietzsche

He who is usually self-sufficient becomes exceptionally vain and keenly alive to fame and praise when he is physically ill. The more he loses himself the more he has to endeavor to regain his position by means of the opinion of others.

Friedrich Nietzsche
They will tell me I talk about things I have never experienced but only dreamed--to which I might reply: it is a lovely thing to dream such dreams! And besides, our dreams are much more our experiences than we believe--we must relearn about dreams! If I have dreamed thousands of times about flying--would you not believe that when I am awake I also possess feelings and needs giving me an edge on most people--and...
Friedrich Nietzsche

The 'kingdom of God' is not something one waits for; it has no yesterday or tomorrow, it does not come 'in a thousand years' it is an experience within a heart; it is everywhere, it is nowhere...

Friedrich Nietzsche
In the mountains of truth, you never climb in vain.
Friedrich Nietzsche

With the unknown, one is confronted with danger, discomfort, and care; the first instinct is to abolish these painful states. First principle: any explanation is better than none. . . . The causal instinct is thus conditional upon, and excited by, the feeling of fear. The "why?" shall, if at all possible, not give the cause for its own sake so much as for a particular kind of cause -- a cause that is comforting, liberating, and relieving.

Friedrich Nietzsche
Those who are slow to know suppose that slowness is the essence of knowledge.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Wit is the epitaph of an emotion. Friedrich Nietz

Friedrich Nietzsche
I cook every chance in my pot. And only when it is cooked through do I welcome it as my food.