“This wanderer is no stranger to me: many years ago he passed by here. Zarathustra he was called; but he is transformed. Back then you carried your ashes to the mountain: would you now carry your fire into the valley? Do you not fear the arsonist’s punishment? Yes, I recognize Zarathustra. His eyes are pure, and no disgust is visible around his mouth. Does he not stride like a dancer? Zarathustra is transformed, Zarathustra has become a child, an awakened one is Zarathustra. What do you want now among the sleepers? You lived in your solitude as if in the sea, and the sea carried you. Alas, you want to climb ashore? Alas, you want to drag your own body again?” Zarathustra answered: “I love mankind.”
Help the people you live with understand and appreciate that sleep is beneficial for everyone.If you have children, don’t send them to bed as punishment.Think about the message it sends.
It has been eighteen years since the planet was swept by time waves, intermixing the Cretaceous and modern periods. In that disaster, whole cities disappeared, never to be seen again. Millions of people were displaced in time, their homes and businesses gone with them and replaced with dinosaur-infested forests. Some called it God’s punishment, but the investigation of the disaster eventually linked the catastrophe to the testing of nuclear fusion weapons in the fifties and sixties.
Starting in 353, the year of Magentius’s suicide, the emperor issued a series of imperial decrees that enforced and expanded the formal persecution of paganism. First, the rituals of sacrifice carried out by night—and later all sacrifices—were formally banned. According to a decree issued in 354, the pagan temples were to be closed and, two years later, the use of pagan statuary in rituals of worship was condemned. At last, the death penalty was officially adopted as the punishment for what was now the crime of paganism.
“I was burning, while you came blaming me for the smell of ashes.”
There is no happiness in comfort: happiness is bought with suffering. ...There's no injustice here, because the knowledge of life and consciousness (that is, that which is felt immediately with your body and spirit, that is through the whole vital process of life) is acquired by experience pro and contra, which one must take upon one's self.
The notebooks, p.188
In Cairo
Bury those who deem themselves fragments of God in the pyramid in Cairo, And write it down in history, The real culprits are not the pharaohs, but those who do not know how to love. Have Hammurabi write a decree: Now all the committed sins will be brought to light face to face, And those who wounded the ones with love in their hearts will receive
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