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.

Forethought at the Outset
(Liber CLVII:63)

  • Act without lust of result; work without anxiety; taste without attachment to flavour; esteem small things great and few things many; repel violence with gentleness.
  • Do great things while they are yet small, hard things while they are yet easy; for all things, how great or hard soever, have a beginning when they are little and easy. So thus the wise man accomplisheth the greatest tasks without undertaking anything important.
  • Who undertaketh thoughtlessly is certain to fail in attainment; who estimateth things easy findeth them hard. The wise man considereth even easy things hard, so that even hard things are easy to him.