There is not enough love and goodness in the world to permit giving any of it away to imaginary beings.
Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
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The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude.
The doer alone learneth.
What is good? All that heightens the feeling of power, the will to power, power itself in man.
In the consciousness of the truth he has perceived, man now sees everywhere only the awfulness or the absurdity of existence and loathing seizes him.
In music the passions enjoy themselves.
Is life not a thousand times too short for us to bore ourselves?
Whoever does not have a good father should procure one.
In the course of history, men come to see that iron necessity is neither iron nor necessary.
We have art in order not to die of the truth.
The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy.
The more sand has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it.
It is good taste, and good taste alone, that possesses the power to sterilize and is always the first handicap to any creative functioning.
Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone - we find it with another.
Anyone who has passed though the regular gradations of a classical education, and is not made a fool by it, may consider himself as having had a very narrow escape.
I just drank eighteen whiskies. That must be a record.
The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge.
I see 30 to 40 gallery shows a week, and no matter what kind of mood I'm in, no matter how bad the art is, I almost always feel better afterward. I can learn as much from bad art as from good.
The best thing I've learned is, if you're going out, never go out alone - you leave yourself vulnerable. If you've got someone else there you trust, they can say, be wary of that person. I probably used to be too trusting of people.
My nature just changes.
Natural history is not about producing fables.