Beyond Good and Evil
readiness for great responsibilities, the majesty of ruling glance and contemning look, the
feeling of separation from the multitude with their duties and virtues, the kindly
patronage and defense of whatever is misunderstood and calumniated, be it God or devil,
the delight and practice of supreme justice, the art of commanding, the amplitude of will,
the lingering eye which rarely admires, rarely looks up, rarely loves. . . .