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We learn that the freedom to choose, necessitates a choice. There is also a higher level, where an identity can exist without a choice -- freedom from choice. The information in this talk is indispensable in understanding the human condition, morality and Judaism.

Freedom to Choose or Freedom of Choice

Freedom to Choose or Freedom of Choice

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Freedom to Choose?

We learn that the freedom to choose, necessitates a choice. There is also a higher level, where an identity can exist without a choice -- freedom from choice. The information in this talk is indispensable in understanding the human condition, morality and Judaism.
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Allan Koven Anaheim January 21, 2014

Free Will If God creates time and space and all of creation; the past present and future
exists due to God's pleasure. Taking this into consideration how can we possibly
have free will? I have talked to many Rabbis regarding this issue but the answers are nebulous and varied. They say even the great sages had this question. So what could be an answer that a existentialist could accept or make sense of. It is the paradoxical question of all existence. Reply

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