at1with0 wrote:How can someone know what I'm going to decide if I don't know what I'm going to decide?
And if no one knows what I'm going to decide that makes my destiny fluid rather than fixed. The outcome depends on me unless that I have a choice is an illusion. If free will is an illusion, then destiny certainly exists and is binding.
The shortest route to the peak is also the steepest, hardest path. There are manifold paths to take, many of which do not end, just circles, and many of which don't end at the peak.
Where the peak is the position from which one can see the outcomes of decisions as well as have the wherewithal to decide.
Decision cuts the chain. The etymology of the word is "to cut off." Decision removes the paralysis the undecided are caught in.
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