Decision making

Throughout our lives we take decisions.

We perform actions that require
our deep faith that we are free to
decide to do something.

And this faith is so deeply rooted that it

cannot have been taught in school.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: It is not an "invention" of the ancient Greeks

who let their Hercules
choose for himself whether to follow
the path of virtue or of evil.

The belief

that we can change the run of things
by our action must be very old.

The team of our friend,

who carried the lighted branch to the cave,
must have had this belief, when they set
out the previous day to hunt the mammoth.

A difficult and dangerous task

requiring planning, effort and determination and
presupposing the feeling of freedom of action.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: We could probably already at this point accept that we must rethink our decision on the absolute accuracy in the effect of the Natural Law and deal with the consequences of such a change.

In Chapter 5 we were quick to accept

something that have not been proven.

It was actually a kind of faith,

a hypothesis that we made.

But now it turns out to be in stark contrast

to what we can logically accept.

We have reached the point of

not understanding the
universe any more.

However, as someone might still insist on

the absolute accuracy of the law, let's
see what will convince us definitely

to make the difficult decision to doubt
the absolute accuracy of the Natural Law.

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