Beings do not have the ability to change their futures.
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They do not decide their fate, nor do they change it, as they are only capable of making the decisions they consider optimal.
Even if they rely on other participants in their choices, such as a coin, the result will still have been set in stone.
The outcome of the coin toss is decided by many conditions, but the specific conditions that were there when the coin was tossed will produce a set outcome.
Their reasoning for choosing to use the coin and whether or not to follow its result is likely still from them deciding what the most optimal choice is.
You can say that this is akin to a movie (a non-interactive movie mind you); no matter how many times you watch it, the ending will stay the same.
So, beings do not have the ability to change their futures.
"I have a body that can do what it can; and I certainly can **** up my entire ****ing life."
Yes, one could do such a thing, however, if they did, that means that they were always going to do so, as whatever provoked them to do so would always have provoked them at that moment.
"My future is not being guarded by a cosmic creatures beyond my stature"
It probably isn't being decided by such beings.
However, were those beings to exist, they too would be subject to a future set in stone.
If one analyzes their actions and the causes of those actions, and they keep analyzing until they can no more, they will find that they would make no other decision given the circumstance.
Being that the circumstance would have always happened at that time that it did, they always would have made that decision at that time.
I can throw all of it away and do something against the cosmic pull; if you haven't noticed already there's already 8,000,000,000 people proving your theory wrong by being absolutely worthless, lazy scum.
You were going to do whatever it is that you're doing from the beginning.
"if you haven't noticed already there's already 8,000,000,000 people proving your theory wrong by being absolutely worthless, lazy scum."
They were going to be that way from the beginning.
The reasons, for them being the way that they are, are many.
They may change, or they may stay the same.
Whatever the result may be, it was always going to happen the way it happens.
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