Free will and determinism are questions that have stymied philosophers for generations. A belief system that accepts that all decision-making is predetermined, the day-to-day decisions don't matter. I think we do have free will, and every decision is important and can lead to a variety of possible outcomes, and whether that's predetermined doesn't matter. We still have to make the best choices to fully take advantage of every opportunity to thrive.The discussion about relying on God to solve our problems without our own action is best illustrated in a story. I've heard it told many years ago, but I'm quoting from the West Wing, where I heard it retold most recently:
Someone Will Take Care Of Me: Toxic Financial Attitudes
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