I’ve been reading a lot of Nietzsche lately – both his own writing as well as people writing about him. My books are filled with little post-it-notes with quotes like this: But then it [the individual] discovers that it is itself something changing and has a changing taste. It discovers in its freedom the mystery… Continue reading Eternal Recurrence
Many thanks to Jack Marlowe at Gutter Eloquence for accepting the poem, Simply, Yes. I think it’s kind of cool that this poem was published now because I’ve been reading Nietzsche and his theory of Eternal Recurrence for novel research and I found this quote. I feel like he said, what I was trying to say in… Continue reading Simply, Yes at Gutter Eloquence
Blessed are the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders – Nietzsche I forget things. This morning I forgot my keys when I left for work. I kissed my husband goodbye at the door, and then had second goodbye at the window (it’s a silly thing – don’t ask) and then headed… Continue reading How Happy is the Blameless Vestal’s Lot. The world forgetting, by the world forgot.