Free will as described in Wikipedia is as follows ‘ the ability of agents to make choices unimpeded by certain prevailing factors. Such prevailing factors that have been studied in the past have included metaphysical constraints, physical constraints, social constraints and mental constraints. the principal of free will has religious, legal, ethical and scientific implications”.
In fact no one has the power of free will, there will always be factors which we take into account, it is the law of nature, we have options and make the decision based on the most favourable outcome we see at that moment in time. In hindsight, we clearly see where we made wrong decisions, alas it is usually too late. It is all about probability and odds. Continue reading