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Chapter 10: Of the New Idol and of the Flies of the Marketplace

The small man is ninety-nine point nine percent, the great man is only once in a while. But all the progress and all the evolution and all that is beautiful in life and in the world is created by those few great men who can be counted on fingers.

The small man has not contributed anything. He is just a burden. And I would like my people not to be small, not to be a burden, but to be creators, contributors, making life a little more beautiful, a little more juicy, a little more loving, a little more musical.

Zarathustra is right when he says, “I can believe only in a God who can dance.”

I would like to add, “If you can dance, you become a God unto yourself.”

.Thus spake Zarathustra