I guess realize that you can never be certain of what the outcome to the choices you didn't make could have been. And what I like to think is that if I made a choice differently it would of somehow be way worse than what I did. Like if you regret not going to college just imagine that if you did you would have met someone and unknowing got aids from them or that you would have got in huge debt and failed everything or something else. Then just think "hmm good thing I didn't go then" and just go now if you want.
>be asperger >constantly make wrong decisions, misjudge situations, and embarrass myself and people around me >life is a neverending journey of cringeworthy moments >how can you regret everything you do? Numb
>>23314758 In order to have a free will, we would have to somehow circumvent causality, but we can’t do that. Any decision we make has to have a cause, because we are making it for a reason. The problem is that if we have a decision that has a cause, and that cause has a cause, and that cause has a cause, and you’re going back in time in a causal regression that ultimately leads to before our birth, before the Planet was created, and to the time of the Big Bang, free will must be impossible.
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