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Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Part C)

by மேல் மார்ச் 8, 2013

Aniruddha Brahmarayar

On the Ubermensch


Then the thunder and lightning started. But it was slowly dawning. There was a faint light. Zarathustra was amazed what he saw around him. He was in the thick of a forest. He didn’t know which way to go. He just continued in the direction he was facing. The rain water was on his face and stormy wind accompanied it.

He and his pupils were drenched but walked. The faint light was becoming brighter and brighter. But the storm and rain were more ferocious.

Zarathustra understood what’s coming. The “Moment” gate was approaching. His subconscious mind used the light and attained the “Moment” gate though he and his pupils were bending their head to avoid rain water splashing on their faces. The dreaded two lanes hit Zarathustra. He hesitated but his pupils didn’t know what to do. Zarathustra finally decided to continue.

He smiled at his pupils and showed signs to come near him. He hugged their shoulders like gamers do in games and walked along.

“My Pupils! You are all intelligent. The hermit I saw – I knew him a lot now. He will not accept if we return. The return is eternal but not the path of Ubermensch.

“You cannot return back here if you return. If you ignore the Moment gate and continue, I neither guarantee that there won’t be another gate, nor the other path – the path of Ubermensch – is eternal.

“But the stars and rain will continue. And there will be light. And there will be darkness”

“And will there be thunder – And we all can sing when the light comes”

Thus spoke Zarathustra.

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