See: compatibilism. Man can do what he wills, but cannot will what he wills -- Arthur Schopenhauer EDIT: Actually, you've side-tracked me. I'm not talking about everything being governed by the will of the Force but referring to the fact that the Jedi way, specifically, is about surrendering to the will of the Force. It's pretty much their guiding principle, so the idea that the height of Jedi enlightenment would involve denying the Force's will is anathema to me. Of course. There is no death, there is the Force. It's part of the Jedi Code, and everything. Opinions can be true. George said Luke never got married and the Emperor never got cloned. This is Lit. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow.