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Yes, of course, everything within our dimension of time and space was written precisely at the creation of time/space.

Yet, the beauty and mystery is that it can always be re-written!

You see, anything and everything is possible when you are in charge of creation.

Have you ever wondered how would you go about creating a universe with infinite stars and planets and one of them -that we know of- populated by biological creatures capable of thinking beyond time/space?

I digress…

Let’s go back to fate, destiny, and Free Will.

From a purely physical perspective, it’s hard to make the case for free will since absolutely everything must follow the laws that govern time and space, including, of course, those who inhabit it.

However, not everything is subjected to the physical world.

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That’s the beauty, power, and mystery of true Free Will!

You see, true Free Will is the ability to be fully conscious of our Spiritual Conscience -which transcends time and space- in order to subject the physical world, including, of course, our own body, along with its myriad of wants and desires.

Exercising true Free Will, however, is the hardest thing a biological human will ever do, for it requires all the energy a human can muster focused on the highest possible purpose.

When we exercise true Free Will, we can become co-creators, or co-writers, of our destiny.

The greatest example that comes to mind is that of the Son of the carpenter. I love to use this expression because it shows His humanity to the fullest. Jesus, by the way, never stopped exercising and further developing His Spiritual Conscience, for He was constantly practicing what He told His disciples to do on a daily basis, namely, to pray and to fast.

The Son of the carpenter, a biological creature -begotten, not created- was fully aware of his physical body and, like any living creature, did not want to die, to the point that he perspired blood. Can you even imagine the agony required to perspire blood!? Thus, He asked His Father not to let Him die “Let this cup pass by me.” Nevertheless, He was also fully aware of His Divinity which afforded Him the ability exercise true Free Will and to choose dying.

Although He exclaimed “Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachthani”* before He died -which, by the way, proves His humanity to the point of death- he was also aware of the fact that His decision would re-write the history of humanity.

When we exercise of Spiritual conscience we get connected with The Divine and therefore are able to escape the laws that govern our material world.

I pray that we may exercise our true Free Will and become the co-creators of a better destiny for all!

*He had to be forsaken by The Father, otherwise He would have never died.

JC Wandemberg Ph.D.

President & Founder

Sustainable Systems International

About the author: Dr. Wandemberg is an international consultant, professor, and analyst of economic, environmental, social, managerial, marketing, and political issues. For the past 30 years Dr. Wandemberg has collaborated with corporations, communities, and organizations to integrate sustainability through self-transformation processes and Open Systems Design Principles, thus, catalyzing a Culture of Trust, Transparency, and Integrity.

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