The answer to these objections can more or less be found in the goal itself: According to the basic rights of existence each living being has the equal right to live here, to develop and to carry out its tasks. Each can decide for himself toward which goal he wants to develop. No one forces us to live the basic rights of existence, or to strive for our own internal perpetual harmony. We can do what we want or not – however we must also live with the consequences of our decisions.
We can also represent this using the two models for human development discussed earlier:
Our free will will be respected in any event. Development within the sense of the basic rights of existence will only take place if we want it. We normally express this will by our objectives. We will therefore deal in more detail with the setting and achievement of objectives in the following sections.