Category Archives: Nietzsche

Grass down the Mouth

‘Why are you so afraid of the return?’ Paul asks, ‘the eternal return?’ I watch Paul as he sits in his plaid shirt, a little piece of grass hanging from his mouth. ‘Why are you hoping for a sequel?’ I

Grass down the Mouth

‘Why are you so afraid of the return?’ Paul asks, ‘the eternal return?’ I watch Paul as he sits in his plaid shirt, a little piece of grass hanging from his mouth. ‘Why are you hoping for a sequel?’ I

The Return

‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more; and there will be nothing new in it…’ I suddenly had the thought: You can, after all, take

The Return

‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more; and there will be nothing new in it…’ I suddenly had the thought: You can, after all, take

1+1= {will}

“God has two wills,” Nietzsche giggles, “his moral and sovereign. Moral and Sovereign will.” He sits on the edge of a stump. Rubbing his thumb against a leaf, he says, “so what is Jesus?” A fork, a question, to skewer

1+1= {will}

“God has two wills,” Nietzsche giggles, “his moral and sovereign. Moral and Sovereign will.” He sits on the edge of a stump. Rubbing his thumb against a leaf, he says, “so what is Jesus?” A fork, a question, to skewer