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Thou Shalt Know Thyself

When “know thyself” precedes “thou shalt not,” man’s laws become a faithful expression of his own creative power; in everything he does, he finds himself supported by the structure he imposes upon himself.

When “thou shalt not” precedes “know thyself,” man’s laws become a source of merciless oppression and blind tyranny; in whatever direction he moves, he finds some rule or regulation holding him back.

Laws betray those who seek order from without and they befriend those who discover it within.

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