Do as thou wilt, and that shall be the whole of the law.
or more fully, "And save it harm none, do as thou wilt..."
For the past couple of years, I have been living my life by this creed. It has been an amazing experience from the start.
This is really how the whole world SHOULD work if you think about it. No person should be able to stop another from doing what they will to do.
Then again this gets us into the whole question of what you truly will to do. How does one determine what their true will is? Is this necessary to avoid following false wills to ill ends?
I don't think that it is necessary to determine what ones true will is. Thinking about what you will yourself to do should not take more than a minute at the most for just about any action.
I dunno, this is all getting worked out in my head still. The details are vague at best, and non-existent at worst
Who needs a cup of tea?