If you can’t fly, learn to fall fast
Zarathustra meets world-tiredness.
He says: “It takes courage to make a fresh start,
like all doctors and poets know.
Zarathustra shows that he hates what he calls
‘the laws of tiredness’ and the laws of ‘laziness’.
For him it is parasiting on the actions of others.
Zarathustra confesses to aim at high goals.
But he warns for heyna’s who feed themselves with such noble ones,
in moments of tiredness.
Zarathustra advises to aim to do everything the best way.
“If you can’t fly, learn to fall fast”.
Friedrich Nietzsche – “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”