|Posted by Elyse Draper on June 22, 2012 at 10:00 AM||comments (3)|
Some scholars say: when it comes to decision making, humans are the sum of their experiences and conditioning; thus freewill is an illusion.
While others say: when we are confronted by primal choices, the decisions that weigh heavily on our hearts, experience or destiny cannot predict the result … but our hearts can surmise the final outcome. When the judgment before us carries extreme perceived consequence, yet we still make the choice (whether resulting in action or inaction) -- that is freewill.
I hope you enjoy reading this story, as much as I enjoyed writing it. And I hope you can find your own definition of freewill along the way.