Im not quite sure the direction or full understanding of the first post.
Does God communicate with us?
Are you saying that God has given us all the signs or information required to live his way? Does God even have a way?
Choice for me is a important, free will or not. Given by god or controlled. Good or bad choices.
Its one of the things that points to a creator or purpose because of its simplicity and importance to a life, spiritual and more.
I feel we shall never know what gods really wants we can only look for the good and try choose that?
Yes, God does communicate with us in various different ways. It is our choice to listen or look. You don't have to serve God, but if you don't serve
God willingly, the converse is that you are serving either yourself (flesh), addictions, spiritual forces that are not good, or a host of many things.
When you serve yourself (flesh), you aren't just serving the physical for altruistic purposes. You might feed your physical body, but at the same
time are you feeding it in a non-healthy or selfish manner? You might serve the physical flesh in many other ways, seek sexual relationships because
you feel that sexual action is simply part of the biological process. That's not altruistic, because if it is solely for your benefit to alleviate
the desire of your own flesh, then it has no regard for the person you are with. Relationships are not for the physical,but for the psychological. And
when relationships become toxic because psychologically one is serving the mental conditions of narcissism or codependency, then those are also very
selfish and manipulative.
So we don't really have free will if we are having to assuage what we call biological processes. We then are subject to having to fulfill that. This
follows with addiction, it is very evident that addictions have no free will, once the person becomes addicted. They had the free will in the
beginning to not drink or not smoke or take drugs or whatever their addiction is. So therefore, free will is not found in addictions, which by the way
are also attempts to assuage the biological processes. The body or mind is addicted.
Spiritual forces are all around us, as the human being is a spirit wrapped in flesh, anything that causes emotions to arise, what is in essence who we
are, our personalities, memories, passions, everything, is spiritual. So giving in to those things that exacerbate any negative emotion in us, we are
then subject to and free will is taken away. Even memory we are subject to, try as we might to suppress them, the impact of the original event is with
us and we remember them, along with the negative feelings associated with them. You then have no free will in that regard.
Making choices to do good or bad isn't just that simple. God's laws came with reasons why not to do certain things. Why not commit adultery? We live
in a culture that embraces polyamory. While it may seem to be "good" to some people and a "choice", it is not, it still seeks to serve the
physical needs of the people involved. While they might appear to be consensual, it is still based in one thing only.
Why not commit adultery, as I asked, and many people ask? Because it serves only the individual and commits a great harm to the spouse. There you go,
God has informed us why we should not do certain things, because we are not altruistic creatures. We can become that, but we have to recognize that
serving God is more free will, because we have the choice to serve God.