“No! No 1 who was good in the planet will be forgotten, but absolutely everyone was good in his personal way, and absolutely everyone in proportion to the greatness of that which he loved.
He who loved himself became good by virtue of himself, and he who loved other guys became good by his devotion, but he who loved God became the greatest of all.
Everyone shall be remembered, but absolutely everyone became good in proportion to his expectancy. 1 became good by expecting the achievable, yet another by expecting the eternal but he who anticipated the not possible became the greatest of all. Every person shall be remembered, but absolutely everyone was good wholly in proportion to the magnitude of that with which he struggled. For he who struggled with the planet became good by conquering the planet, and he who struggled with himself became good by conquering himself, but he who struggled with God became the greatest of all. As a result did they struggle in the planet, man against man, 1 against thousands, but he who struggled with God was the greatest of all. As a result did they struggle on earth: there was 1 who conquered all the things by his energy, and there was 1 who conquered God by his powerlessness. There was 1 who relied upon himself and gained all the things there was 1 who in the safety of his personal strength sacrificed all the things but the 1 who believed God was the greatest of all. There was 1 who was good by virtue of his energy, and 1 who was good by virtue of his hope, and 1 who was good by virtue of his really like, but Abraham was the greatest of all, good by that energy whose strength is powerlessness, good by that wisdom which is foolishness, good by that hope whose type is madness, good by the really like that is hatred to oneself.”
― Søren Kierkegaard