I'd thank you for reading this blog. If you wouldn't have done so anyways.
"But I wanted to look at this blog."
If we classify free will as "The ability to have done otherwise in the same circumstances" is that true? Could you just have easily not clicked the link to this page if everything were exactly the same? How can you be sure your "decisions" aren't just the result of thousands upon thousands of external forces putting in their two cents as to what you should do?
Does this make me happy?
Will this waste my time?
Is this interesting?
Simple questions like that can be external sources, a way of processing what you want. So do you really decide what you want to do? Or does your mind just do it for you? Can something as ambiguous as force of will or whatever "spiritual spark" you believe in really enough to overthrow the streamlined thinking process of the human brain?