Sharp as Teeth and Stars

I was born blown minded with an eye on oblivion


AIM = SomaCherub

Sun Feb 24
What is mediocre in the typical man? That he does not understand the necessity for the reverse side of things: that he combats evils as if one could dispensed with them; that he will not take one with the other— that he wants to erase and extinguish the typical character of a thing, a condition, an age, a person, approving of only one part of their qualities and wishing to abolish the others. The “desirability” of the mediocre is what we others combat: the ideal conceived as something in which nothing harmful, evil, dangerous, questionable, destructive, would remain. Nietzsche, ‘The Will to Power’, Fall 1778 (via theframedmaelstrom)