Quote by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
I love those who yearn for the impossible.
This quote expresses an admiration for individuals who possess a yearning for things that may seem unattainable. It acknowledges the beauty of their ambitious and daring nature, emphasizing that loving those who desire the impossible can be both captivating and inspiring. It suggests that these individuals possess a unique quality that drives them to dream big and take risks, regardless of the obstacles they may face. Ultimately, the quote celebrates the courage and resilience found within those who refuse to be confined by limitations and instead strive for the extraordinary.
Whenever a person strives, by the help of dialectic, to start in pursuit of every reality by a simple process of reason, independent of all sensuous information -- never flinching, until by an act of the pure intelligence he has grasped the real nature of good -- he arrives at the very end of the intellectual world.
It's like I am inside this ethereal sphere wherein exists no logic, no reasoning, no typicality, no explanations, no realism, no comparisons, nothing ordinary, and no normalcy. And then if you are to understand me, you have to step into my realm and leave all of those things behind. I'm not typical. I'm not ordinary. And I'm not normal. And I never will be ?. So I don't see the point of waking up in the morning and wishing to be so.
On completely popular government: Its superiority in reference to present well-being rests upon two principles, of as universal truth and applicability as any general propositions which can be laid down respecting human affairs. The first is, that the rights and interests of every or any person are only secure from being disregarded, when the person interested is himself able, and habitually disposed, to stand up for them. The second is, that the general prosperity attains a greater height, and is more widely diffused, in proportion to the amount and variety of the personal energies enlisted in promoting it.