The ordinary man is not free in his life, in his manifestations, or in his moods. He cannot be what he would like to be, and what he considers himself to be, he is not that "Man—how mighty it sounds! The very name 'man' means the 'acme of creation', but how does this title fit contemporary man? "
And yet man should indeed be the acme of creation, since he is formed with and has in himself all the possibilities for acquiring exactly similar data to those of the Actualizer of all that exists in the Universe.
To have the right to the name of man, one must be one.
Beelzebub Chapter 48 - From the Author