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    Zarathustra: A God That Can DanceDiscourse #10

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    Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance Discourse # 10 [English]

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    Discourse: # 10
    Discourse Title: Of the new idol and of the flies of the market place 31 March 1987 am in Chuang Tzu
    Duration: 105 Minutes

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    THE CROWD OF people, although their numbers are many, is far weaker than a single authentic individual. The crowd have believed themselves to be just sheep, not human beings.The individual declares his dignity and his pride, and he does not want to be just a mechanical part of humanity. He wants to contribute to the world some beauty, some joy, some ecstasy. He is not a beggar; and the only way not to be a beggar is to share your love, your overflowing compassion, your intelligence, your wisdom, your enlightenment. But the crowd, as is always the case, tries to be strong against these individuals in cunning ways. The weak man is always cunning - the cunningness is his defense. And the greatest cunningness that the crowd has propagated is the creation of the state. Then the state protects the mob, the retarded, the dead, the weak, the futile...

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