With all kinds of injury and loss the lower and cruder soul is better off than the more noble one: the dangers for the latter must be greater; the probability that it will go wrong and die is even immense, given the multifaceted nature of its living conditions. - With a lizard a finger which has been lost grows back: not so with a man.

Friedrich Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil
Part IX - Aphorism # 276

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