|20 And any number of other things,
21 Because they have the right image,
22 Or the right income,
23 Or the right perks,
24 Or because you're mad at society or your parents or somebody else,
25 And I am here to tell you that it is all okay,
26 As long as you don't think about anything while you're doing it.
CHAPTER 311 Don't think about any more things than you have to,
3 aBecause thinking leads to fear and nameless dreads and images of doom that will inevitably come true.
4 Remember that there are no consequences,
5 Because you have no responsibilities,
6 And whatever happens,
7 bIt's not your fault.
8 Now I can see that you are all nodding,
9 And that you are beginning to understand the rightness and wisdom of my way,
10 cBut you are also wondering, How is it that I can avoid thinking?
11 How should I make decisions?
12 What may I rely on for guidance in avoiding thought in my life?
13 And again, I can tell you that the answer is a simple one,
14 Tailor-made for your simple minds.
||15 dYou shall be guided by the great Trinity of Harry,
16 Which encompasses all things of importance to you,
17 And to the conduct of your life.
18 These are the beacons of the way:
21 And gBlame.
22 These three beacons illuminate all my teachings and advice.
CHAPTER 321 Act in accordance with your desires.
2 If there is something you want,
3 hGo for it,
4 And do not trouble yourself with thoughts about whether you deserve it or not,
5 Or who might be hurt by your having it,
6 Or any chain of events that might be set in motion by your desire.
7 None of these matter,
8 At all,
9 iBecause it is your desire,
10 And you are the way you are.
CHAPTER 331 In all matters and all doubtful circumstances, choose the way of certainty.
2 The man who is certain has no need to think,
3 And is not troubled by conscience or the responsibility to weigh things further,
4 jOr to look for concealed relationships and dependencies and other traps which lead inevitably to thought.