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"Of the twenty highest mountains in the world thirteen stand completely or partly within the boundaries of Nepal" (Fairytale and Reality, pg. 27.)

"In us all the longing remains for the primitive condition in which we can match ourselves against Nature, have the chance to have it out with her and thereby discover ourselves" (Fairytale and Reality, pg. 40.)

"How should such a person, to whom pleasant well-being and feeling of security in a society are important, understand that I have my most intense feelings of existence only when, through strain and most extreme exertion, I achieve the bounds of human possibility, and attempt to push these bounds still further?" (Fairytale and Reality, pg. 51.)

"Only when an idea has become a passion does it become independent and seek an outlet, at any price" (Fairytale and Reality, pg. 53.)

"I want to have the feeling of being stronger than my fear, that...

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