Not really a question, in my opinion. Today I'm going to talk about: free will!
Hmmm... free will... That's a tricky one. No, I'm not a conspiracy theorist; I won't try to convince you that the government is controlling your mind through little chips they put in your feet when you're a newborn and they draw blood. No Al-foil hats here. I would venture to suggest that my views on free will are unique, because I base them on my view of the multiverse and multiple realities as discrete time-bubbles, or moments, and as of yet I haven't heard anyone else suggest this (although there is string theory, but I haven't heard anyone link it to free will yet). Well, here goes nothing...
According to my concept of the multiverse (I really need to come up with a more concise name for "my concept of the multiverse") everything that will exist already does exist (as does everything that has existed and everything that does exist [which may seem redundant, but actually isn't]). Life (/time/continuity/the path/whatever) is like a game of connect the dots; life draws a line from dot to dot. If you prefer to think about things having an inherent chronology, you can picture the dots as lining up in the semblance of a straight line (or a wavy line or zig-zaggy, but generally going in one direction). This is how I usually picture it, although I don't like the idea of organizing things into chronology.
Since each moment already exists, and each one will occur in a reality, at some point, free will is kind of a moot point. The basic concept of choice is that something won't happen, and if everything is going to happen anyway, choice really doesn't matter so much.
Silver Lining Time! Somewhere, somewhen, somehow, something will always go "right." Furthermore, something "good" will always happen to you (somewhere)!
Yeah, the silver lining doesn't really work for me, either. So I thought a bit more, and instead of being totally defeatist, realized this: although free will as a whole does not exist, free will for the individual realities does. Free will exists in an entity's choices that lead to each moment. For instance, you may choose to take the right fork in the road, and that will lead you to one reality. Or, you may choose to take the road less travelled [in a yellow wood], and that will lead you to a different reality. Yes, both realities exist(ed) but you chose which one to move on to. It's sort of like the road itself; both forks of the road exist [in a yellow wood] but you only experience one of them based on the choice you make. Where the analogy fails is when you turn around on the road and backtrack to take the other fork. NO backtracking! (Since we're still viewing this as a chronological line of dots, there is a "back.")
Since I don't feel like arguing with Augustine tonight, I'm just gonna leave it at that. But you should definitely shout if you want me 'n Augustine to duke it out!