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When the apollonian tries to make sense of his chaotic dionysian fate, he realizes that his actions cannot change the eternal balance of things; he thus becomes agitated by the idea that he cannot make any act at all. In this state of frenzy, one enriches everything out of one's fullness; whatever one sees, whatever wills is seen swelled, taut, strong, overloaded with strength. A man in this state transforms things until they mirror his power - until they are reflections of his perfection. This having to transform into perfection is - Art.
- Nietzsche