The man looked mistrustful. "If you speak the truth, he then said, I lose nothing when I lose my life. I am not much more than an animal, that one has taught to dance, by blows and small wounds."
"Not so, said Zarathustra, you have made danger your profession, that is nothing to scorn. Now you go to ground for your profession; for that I will bury you with my own hands."
As Zarathustra said this, the dying man answered no more, but he waved his hand, as though he sought the hand of Zarathustra to thank him.
Nietzsche from Thus Spoke Zarathustra
Zora Neale Hurston