Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
The mind palace of Frater Virescit Vulnere Virtus.
Love is the law, love under will.

a Warning Against War
(Liber CLVII:30)

  • If a king summon to his aid a Master of the Tao, let Him not advise recourse to arms. Such action certainly bringeth the corresponding reaction.
  • Where armies are, are weeds. Bad harvests follow great hosts.
  • The good general striketh decisively, once and for all. He does not risk by overboldness. He striketh, but doth not vaunt his victory. He striketh according to strict law of necessity, not from desire of victory.
  • Things become strong and ripe, then age. This is discord with the Tao; and what is not at one with the Tao soon cometh to an end.