posted on Sep, 9 2008 @ 12:50 AM
I haven't read all the pages, so forgive me if this is redundant. However, it seems to me that this entire conversation is wrapped up in semantics
to the point where there is no real dedication to understanding the true nature of free will.
Of course if free will is demonstrated mostly by choice, and most choices are prisoners of there own circumstances, a gray area is inevitable. That
gray area really changes the comprehension of the definition.
Let's say you've spent your life developing and unfurling your self to the point of full disclosure of spirit. I this case, your aims and goals may
be predicated on a higher conception. I want to change the world with the insight I have become aware of so far in my life. I chose to share this
information with the world. It is my free will to effort to change the way humans look at their days. If this was my free will, would the
circumstances surrounding how I achieved this really matter?