Several scientists claim that there is no free will. Human beings behavior would be determined by binding circumstances and chance.
I don’t think I can afford a conviction about free will, I certainly have the feeling of taking decisions, but I could easily mistaken. It would certainly be disappointing if the belief that we made a choice was actually an illusion: a mental mechanism that prevents us from being aware of our irrelevance.
However, I suspect that if I was in the hands of an executioner, I would hate him, even if I was sure that the fate rules the Universe; perhaps the ability to find, under any circumstances, someone to hate is what define humans.
In this illustration – in a mirror that explodes – there is the reflection of a state of mental separation.
An image evoked by an ancient memory; inconsistent as the memory itself.
Illustration of remote and inhospitable places where human beings – used as building material – trample other human beings.