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The natural human desire is to have something like freedom or free will its a process of a variety of many things to increase ones power of knowledge Freedom is not so easily grasped and not so easily respected it has brought wars death destruction and lots of suffering with such little regards of kindness and not so cautioned with extreme thought of others and to oneself Although the idea of being able to do what we want or say what we want is the confusing part of that emotion its the illusion of an act to imitate something like free will its a thought and idea or a consciousness way of thinking A process in which a thought of choice is of our own will and we chose it with our own intentional awareness That when we act on it with such righteous value that one does not put a limit to how much control we should have but yet it would not be called freedom Although freedom is not easily understood or it is not so easily held with any type of representation of any kind the intended result is truth and lies real or fake its true calling is made for one purpose to fool us into thinking that freedom is something we can grasp and can understandThe grand Inquisitor is so close to death in his old age and his desire or the idea of freedom is being able to speak out loud to someone who would understand his actions his lies and what better spirit than Jesus himself to confess his thoughts his piece of mind at what he thinks freedom should release him The Grand Inquisitors own truth of what humanity holds with such little regards to how valuable freedom is and how easily it can be replaced or manipulated into thinking that happiness is the answer The Grand Inquisitor fools humanity into thinking
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