What is free will?
Free will is the ability to choose between different possible courses of action. It is closely linked to the concepts of responsibility, praise, guilt, sin, and other judgments which apply only to actions that are freely chosen. From <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_will>
Are actions based on incomplete or wrong information actually the exercise of free will? In a way yes.
Are we held accountable for choices made from inadequate, or simply wrong information?
It seems so. It is not that there is no excuse, no punishment or judgement, but, it is just the way the energy operates. It is impartial. If we don't have enough information to make informed choices, the choices we do make will bring about circumstances to educate us with information/consequences that give us the information to be able to make better choices. It's called growing awareness.
I pose this question because we know that the decisions we are making are wrong. We know we are in a mind controlled world and that this mind control has led us to making wrong decisions for creating the outcome we really want. There is no fault - only learning. Remember the definition of being insane is: Doing the same thing over and over expecting a different outcome. Being unable to learn is the definition of insanity. This is when the concept of free will has no meaning because it is not understood.
We all feel the game being played on us. We all know something is very wrong. We all know that we are at a tipping point. We all know that we are looking for a huge OMG revealing. We all know that it is on the verge - very eminent - we feel it at our cellular level, and yet we cannot pin point it in our reality.
IMO it is because we have been enslaved on this planet for the last 15,000 years or so and it has been so insidiously slow a process that we do not know what to fight or how to fight against it.
It's like the frog story.
Once upon a time a high school biology professor brought two frogs, two hot plates and two coffee cans of water into the class and set them up on his desk. He put the coffee cans on the hot plates and turned them both on to high. He put a frog into one of the cans. Then he asked the class a question. He said, "Which one of these frogs will die first, the one I have just put in the water, or the one I will put directly into boiling water?"
The class finally came to the conclusion that it would be the frog thrown into the already boiling water. The professor said, "That is correct. Does anybody know why?"
One student raised his hand and when the professor called on him said, "Because the frog already in the water will have time to adjust and it will live longer, but the one put into the already boing water will die from shock."
"That is absolutely right!" said the professor, turning off the hot plates, having made his point, and taking the one frog out of the luke warm water and returning him to his cage. (this is not a story about torture) .
MORAL of the story? All creatures are adaptable. It is how we survive. We adapt far better over longer spans of time rather than recovering from shock. We can accustom ourselves to some pretty gnarly situations if they build up slowly. We Adapt.
My point? We have been adapted to slavery over a great period of time and now, when it is time to wake up and smell the coffee, we are having a very hard time doing it. But we are at the point where if we don't jump out of that coffee can, we are going to be cooked. Period. Free Will and all. We can't pass the buck anymore and we can't expect somebody else to do it for us. We must grow up and make that leap.
As in every resistance, there are those out there that have the requisite information to wake us up, not only that, it has been screamed in our faces of late, and we are so brainwashed that we just don't want to hear what is being said. Well, I guess that's ok, because one way or another we will be forced to awaken. The question is do we want it in wisdom or woe, because the thorns in our nests will only get bigger and bigger as we refuse and refuse to awaken until that day when a bucket of ice cold water is thrown on us and we sputter indignantly awake asking 'What the f*ck?!?!?!'
It's still about free will, it's just how do you want that, with a side of fries, or what??
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