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Old 08-12-2013, 07:00 AM
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Default Re: Can there be free will in a world where pre-destiny exists?

Originally Posted by larryace View Post
Life can't exist without balance. Our sun has exactly as much energy trying to blow it to bits, as it does trying to collapse in on itself. It's perfectly balanced, the only way it can exist. If free will and pre-destiny are opposite ends of the matter which answer you pick, it would be out of balance. You can't have day without night, positive without negative, blah blah blah and so on and so forth. That's why I believe they both co-exist. I am of the belief that we have free will within pre-defined boundaries which include the laws of physics.
I can accept this as long as the only pre-destined event for life is death. As we all know, even life itself isn't guaranteed. But that's it, no destiny, no guarantees, no invisible puppet master. Just wandering through a series of choices until our clock is punched.
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