I have started reading Nietzsche's books and I come across a quote that resonates with me personally as probably with other people and I am curious if someone would like to attempt to further explain the quote or direct me to useful sources.
Beyond Good and Evil, chapter # 4:
133. He who cannot find the way to HIS ideal, lives more frivolously and shamelessly than the man without an ideal.
I have also looked into "Nietzsche's Task: An Interpretation of Beyond Good and Evil" and "A Beginner's Guide to Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil" but could not find a satisfying answer that explains this specific aphorism.
Here is a question that has been asked in this forum too: "Interpretation of Nietzsche's aphorisms in Beyond Good And Evil"