This is an interesting question. What is the use of having free will, when someone else’s free will will mess up anything good we planned to do, if any?I have no idea why people misunderstand what I say and turn it into something completely different.
No, God is not an anti-depressant for me just because I believe I feel like God is the only one who can help me.
I am just being logical. The fact remains that no people are helping me so why should I hope for that?
At least there is a chance that God might help me.
I came to the conclusion that free will is overrated by religious people. Sort of an excuse to take God off the hook, so that only men are to blame for everything.
so, I wonder whether it wouldn’t have been better if our will had been constrained. What is the real purpose to be able to do evil? After all, we have several instincts that prevent us to do things bad for us. For instance, I feel a natural repulsion to eat dog’s crap, or lean too much from a high building.
these things seem to affect my total freedom, while not seeming to have turned me into a robot. So, why not a similar natural repulsion against being evil, greedy, and all those things that make the world worse?