Not As Permissive As It Sounds
"For the good of all, and the harm of none, As I do Will, so be it done."
I am sure the other members of this group already know what this means, so this is for the benefit of browsers and the curious.
This rhyme, or variations of it, is meant to be a safeguard. The first rule of my spiritual practice is the same as a doctor's: "Do No Harm". And one of the first teachings is to develop your "Personal Will". (Not the power to impose your Will over others, but the power to recognise your intentions and then see them through to completion - without harming anybody.
The rhyme is not permission to do whatever you want regardless of how it may adversely affect others. It is a prayer that you will "Do Your Will" without hurting or depriving anybody.