Friedrich Nietzsche quote about love from Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891) - For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.
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Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche · Quotes from Thus Spoke Zarathustra · Quotes about love · Quotes about wisdom · Quotes about modesty · Quotes about pain

For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.

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Friedrich Nietzsche quote about love from Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891) - For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.
Friedrich Nietzsche quote about love from Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891) - For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.
Friedrich Nietzsche quote about love from Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891) - For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.
Friedrich Nietzsche quote about love from Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891) - For this is hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver. Thus passed with the lonesome one months and years; his wisdom meanwhile increased, and caused him pain by its abundance.