Free will or not !

@LuluDi (95)
July 10, 2017 5:25am CST
Hi there beautiful people. Just wondering : if society plays a important role in define us as a person, everything I think about the things that surround me are my own thoughts or they was inoculated?
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@mandala100 (52660)
• Hong Kong
10 Jul 17
@LuluDi It is a combination of both. There is the nurture-nature thing and our environment or the place where we grow up or where our personality developed has an effect on the way we think. But this does not prevent us from having an original thought, creativity or idea.
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@LuluDi (95)
10 Jul 17
Even creativity can be absorbed.But you are right , is a combination of both .I am more interested about that original thought. If we read , learn , hear , search what others think do we still acting ourselves ?
@mandala100 (52660)
• Hong Kong
11 Jul 17
@LuluDi That's right my friend.
@IreneVincent (16025)
• United States
10 Jul 17
Perhaps you would enjoy reading this:
Watchtower Study March 6-12, 2017: What is free will and what does the Bible teach about it? How can you show respect for the free will of others?
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@LuluDi (95)
10 Jul 17
Thank you, i will :-D
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@MALUSE (44788)
• Uzbekistan
10 Jul 17
Why have you tagged me?
@LuluDi (95)
10 Jul 17
Hi ! Your respones about beauty inspire me to this new topic :-D . Sorry i don't know how to use very well mylot :-D
@MALUSE (44788)
• Uzbekistan
10 Jul 17
@LuluDi Well, my answer is this: Human beings are a product of the mixture of the genes of their ancestor's and of the conditions in which they grow up. Which side is more important has been discussed forever. There doesn't seem to be a final answer. Research work on twins seems to suggest that genes are more important. Twins who were separated as babies and grew up in completely different surroundings are surprisingly alike when they are compared as adults.
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@LuluDi (95)
10 Jul 17
@MALUSE One of my favourite movie, in which appears the idea of free will is The Devil's Advocate . Have you seen it ? And sorry about tagging you, i erased the tagg.