Inevitably the question arises – how can one be free and ethical, ethical and free, both at the same time?
One could argue that morality puts limits on our behaviour, beyond which we shouldn’t go, but if we are bound by these limits, are we then wholly free?
The answer is as simple as it is profound:
There are infinite ways of doing Evil and infinite ways of doing Good. The restrictions that morality puts on us do not limit our freedom in as much as we always have an infinite number of infinites available to us to do Good.
The right ethical choice, then, is to use our infinite imagination to do Good in the infinite ways that are available to us or that can be created by us.
Given this, if you had this power, and infinite possiblities, and infinite ways of doing Good, what would you like to create?