My son, you’ve seen the temporary fire and the eternal fire; you have reached the place past which my powers cannot see. I’ve brought you here through intellect and art; from now on, let your pleasure be your guide; you’re past the steep and past the narrow paths. Look at the sun that shines upon your brow; look at the grasses, flowers, and the shrubs born here, spontaneously, of the earth. Among them, you can rest or walk until the coming of the glad and lovely eyes those eyes that weeping, sent me to your side. Await no further word or sign from me: your will is free, erect, and whole to act against that will would be to err: therefore I crown and miter you over yourself — Dante Alighieri
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