There is a story that relates to St. Thomas Aquinas and the question of "What must I do to go to Heaven" that I thought was somewhat famous, but I can't seem to locate it.
As I recall, the Mother Superior of a particular Order of nuns approached St. Thomas Aquinas and posed the aforementioned question. She also had with her a very fancy book with blank vellum pages made by the nuns in which St. Thomas was to record all the rules that they must follow in order top be assured of Heaven.
St. Thomas agreed.
However, when the book was returned to the nuns with all the necessary directives for them to follow in order to get to Heaven, it contained but the words, "Will it!"
Can anyone tell me where I may find this story? I would like to reference it.