OUR “FREE WILL”

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Each side of the brain has a different way of perceiving “free will”…the left brain along with its ego tends to see ourself as a separate entity with the capacity to choose our own destiny…it has many different expectations and goals to achieve and may feel guilty and ashame if not fulfilled…the right brain looking at the large picture feels we are part of a highly interrelated movement controlled by a natural intelligence… and when followed,we are often in a position to make intuitive decisions allowing us to be in harmony with life.

True freedom consists of accepting and loving the inevitable, the nature of reality. – Abraham Maslow

You are always free to be who you are and if followed there will be no reason for regrets.~ Sidect-7416

Free will is the ability to do gladly that which I must do. – C.G. Jung

Only you can know what you must do and then do it with all your heart. ~Sid

The important thing to realize is that while we may not escape our own basic pattern, we can work in harmony with it. That is where free will comes in. Once having chosen, a man has to accept the consequences of his choice, and go on from there. – Swami Yogananda

Harmony is always in the present but lost when looking at the past or future. ~Sid

bald-eagle-pink-blue-sunset-silh-yl8x0890-homer-alaskaThe richness I achieve comes from Nature, the source of my inspiration.~ Claude Monet

Natural intelligence transcends any goals or expectations of the ego. ~ Sid

But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a man and the life he leads? ~ Albert Camus

Peace and contentment is the reward of being at one with our life. ~ Sid

Mankind has a free will; but it is free to milk cows and to build houses, nothing more. ~Martin Luther

Basic is our need to adapt to the practical world but beyond that we can be as free as our heart desires. ~ Sid1124513_btwo-greater-flamingos-flying-across-sunset-sky-namibia-posters

In human freedom in the philosophical sense I am definitely a disbeliever. Everybody acts not only under external compulsion but also in accordance with inner necessity. ~ Albert Einstein

Learn to say YES to our external compulsions and inner necessities.~Sid

“A man can do as he will, but not well as he will,” ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

The free will of the independent and separate person is destined to be in conflict with life. ~Sid

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