What I write here is, at least for me, an outcome of moments of greatest clarity of thoughts. But as a reader, depending on how life has treated you, and how you have treated life, some things might make complete sense, and see you agreeing with me, in which case, you can consider all this a CONFLUENCE of CONCLUSIONS. If nothing makes sense at all, you can call these CONFUSED CONCLUSIONS. Either ways, the title of this blog would do justice to the content.
Illusion of free will arises from an awareness of multiplicity of available choices for actions/reactions, and the wrongful belief that those choices could actually have been made. The choice to not act/react is usually overlooked.
It does not mean, I am not enjoying to act, to react and to live. :)
Related:Free will - a blog post from Neglected Serendipity.
PS: Thanks Stupidosaur for bringing a critical aspect of free will to my notice.