遇上尼采的超人:獅子

Meet Nietzsche's Superman: Lion

The German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, layout the three metamorphoses that individuals must go through to find true freedom and an abundance of creative power.
The metamorphoses are the camel, the lion, and finally the child. The first metamorphose is the camel, which refers to a strong spirit, unlike herb animals.
The camel requires carrying substantial baggage and reverences heavy burdens.
To survive in the desert, the camel needs to endure scorching hot weather and suffer the desert.
Insistently, the camel steps forward in the desert. Afterwards, the camel develops the desire to unburden itself and take control of its own destiny.
Then the second metamorphosis happens – lion.