In that context, why do you “will”? Because you can and so you do.

In that context, why do you “will”?
Because you can and so you do.
If you couldn’t, you wouldn’t, and you wouldn’t even be aware of it.
Once this concept ‘clicks’, it takes a lot of these stressful questions and makes them go away. It’s really quite awesome.
There’s no “will” or “want” required – only a “can”. If you “will” something, it’s because you _can_ will that you *do* will.

Mind you, it ‘feels’ a tad sociopathic talking this way. “Why did you hurt your little brother?” “Because I could” [classic sociopathic answer].

That was probably the thing that held me back from accepting it. But once I did, a lot of very strange human behavior, including my own, but especially those of others, made more sense.

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