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16 September 2007
When we are faced in a situation where two or more possibilities are open to us, we are faced with free will. Free will must not be a forced decision. It is the ablitity to choose one decision over another with out the influence or pressure of others. Without Free Will there can be no morality, no right and wrong, no good and evil. All our behaviors would be pre-determined and we would have no creativity or choice. We can determine and change our actions by our own choice.
Times when free will is present you can see the person thinking in depth about the decision and possibly the consequences or benefits but in the end their mind alone is the deciding factor of exercising their own free will. You can in most cases plainly see when free will is absent from a choice. If some one is being forced into a decision, it is not free will because free will is a decision being made that is coherently there own.......
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