Human inevitability—or divine purpose?

We've all heard about inevitability—how a certain course of action acquires a momentum, a life of its own; how something will happen or not happen because something else has happened or didn't happen.

For instance, we may think that we must "inevitably" go somewhere or do something or be somebody—or not go somewhere or do something or be somebody—because of the state of our health (bad or good), bank account (so much or not enough), years and credentials (so many or not enough). Or conversely, "human nature being what it is," with its greed, selfishness, stupidity, we may feel we will "inevitably" be deprived.

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