“The Creature in the Human Being”

In the human being, creature and creator are united: the human being is matter, fragment, excess, clay, filth, nonsense, chaos; but the human being is also creator, sculptor, hammer-hardness, observer-divinity, and the Seventh Day.

Do you understand that your pity is for the ‘creature in the human being’, that which must be formed, broken, forged, torn, burned, annealed, purified-that which necessarily has to suffer and should suffer?

Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil 225

 

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