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Are We Free to Make Our Own ChoicesPre-destination can often bring up the question as to whether we as humans control our own actions Are we free to make our own choices or is everything we do pre-determined by a supernatural being of some sort Is it safe to say that we are responsible for our own choices Do we own a free will that allows us to choose our life path or are our actions pre-determined making our exertions useless In a society that believes in a God who is in control of our lives this is a difficult question and problem to discuss But through a series of questions arguments and examinations I hope to influence you that we do have a free will and are quite able to make our own choicesTo begin to answer the questions stated in my introduction we must first cut the fat off the widely used definition of choice Defining choice in this situation can be a difficult task One must be careful in using this word A popular definition of choice could be a mental process through which an individual weighs the consequences of their actions to create an ideal image of their preference to the outcome of their actions But when you look at this definition you see that it suggests that someone who fails to carefully analyze their actions doesnt actually make choices Can we assume by this definition that choices are free I believe we can say yes because according to this definition if we do carefully analyze our actions we create the outcome that we choose On the other hand some people may say no They may say that if we do not reflect carefully on our actions we are not taking responsibility for them leaving the cause of the action to some other force So in essence I believe that answering yes to the definition above is validbut wait a minute
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