Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
George Gurdjieff’s quasi-autobiographical book, Meetings With Remarkable Men, quotes some aphorisms he attributed to his father. Most are unexceptional, but one held my attention:
“If a man is a coward, it proves he has will.”
This has been haunting me all week, because while it partly contradicts a famous line in The Book of the Law (in the heart of the coward, virtue abideth not), it also seems to confirm the Book’s core message. I could write a piece here that goes on about the topic for another 1200 words, but I think most people will get it.
So, adding a Happy Equinox to this post, I’ll let you consider its significance for yourself.
Love is the law, love under will,