“The consistent type is one that must not hate evil, and not even oppose it, acquiesing in the suffering that such a way of life entails. Here one should live entirely in positive feelings and take the side of one’s opponent in word and deed. What is achieved here? The Buddhist type, or the perfect cow. However, this standpoint is possible only when no moral fanaticism prevails, and the concept of sin is lacking.”
—F. Nietzsche, The Will to Power, §342 (edited excerpt).