Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Nietzsche: Amor Fati

Amor Fati: “Love of one’s own fate”, no lingering regrets about anything past and no resistance to being fully awake and living in the present. The good, bad, ugly and the beautiful, all are embraced as interconnected phenomenon which we are powerless to prevent, so why not love what is without any reservation or wishing that things were different. The wounds may not ever heal nor the broken heart fully mend, but here is where divine light enters and illumines the dark confusion, angst and turmoil deep within the murky depths of the wounded soul.
(12/22/19 @ 3:46 a.m.)

Nietzsche on the Pessimism of Strength:
The trust in life is gone: Life itself has become a problem. Yet one should not jump to the conclusion that this necessarily makes one gloomy. Love is still possible, only one loves differently.” 

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