"Do what thy wilt shall be the whole of the law" from my perspective

Doing whatever you want isn't a law, it's ignorance of the natural laws.

Like gravity pulls you down and humbles all of your supernatural desires, left only to voyeuristic fantasies of super heroes, so do natural laws constrain you to being a mere human. the natural forces are a constant pull on you, dragging you down into subjection to what is known as "Order".

The higher you soar, the greater your fall, and the more grand and deadly your pains.

Do what thy wilt shall be the whole of the law from my perspective

This is called being a sinner, demonic, satanic, unruly, rebellious, prideful, lying (to yourself and others in your culture), and ultimately, deadly, worshippers of death, obsessives of vice, actors of holiness.

Doing what you want is not a law, it is as hubristic as jumping from a building in ignorance of the law. The dunning-kruger effect: someone with a little ability assumes themselves all powerful.

"Do what thy wilt shall be the whole of the law" from my perspective
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  • msc545
    I think you stated it well.

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