I was going to find a picture of Gods grave, but it doesn't exist. Nothing with a tombstone saying RIP God. He will be missed. Or anything like that. So I went to find another philosophical picture.
This, clearly, is the predicament of man.
The thing emerges until the brim. It pours into being as a ring of overflowing. This is the Idea of self-valuing.
Self-valuing itself is everywhere and defines itself to itself as power-difference and to us as truth-difference.
The typology of life is a spectrum of angles of beings to themselves.
"What time is it?"
"The question is: is man, as man in his nature till now, prepared to assume dominion over the whole earth? If not, what must happen to man as he is, so that he may be able to "subject" the earth and thereby fulfill the word of an old testament? Must man as he is then not be brought beyond himself if he is to fulfill this task?" [Heidegger, "Who is Nietzsche's Zarathustra?"]