Magic Isn’t Supposed to be Easy

Picatrix Rubeus pages 249-250:

“Some of the sages, discussing this art, have said: Every working and every magistery has a door through which, by understanding, they may be entered; and each of them has a stair, by which an ascent may be made to the thing desired. They have also said this: None may attain what they seek without order and discipline. And this: When you whine about something, a danger is bom in it.”

Thus, only opportunities for magic can be provided to a student.

There is still no way to attain magic except through work, and dwelling on the difficulty of it only makes attainment harder and increases the rate of failure.

So, get to work and chin up.

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