I have these ideas about these things and I would like your opinion. You may not agree, but it is what I think. First, I would like to say that Fate/Destiny and Causality are linked. To me, fate predestines things and people, which is why people or outside infulences of a person control your fate. I will explain how Causality and Fate are related in the next three paragraphs. There is something we all known as Free Will. We all make choices by our own free will. But what about the outside influences and people around you? If you choose to drop a glass vase, it will break. If you choose to misbehave, you get punished. If you choose to give a tree some water, it will grow. If you choose to do as you're told, you get rewarded. The first two are examples of fate giving bad consequence and the last two are fate giving good consequenses. If you choose to do something bad, like running into a wall; The laws of physics will punish you by making the wall hurt you if you don't break through it, since you did not have enough energy to break it. If you do break through the wall, the laws of physics will help you by having the wall break because of its weak structure. If you hurt a person of higher power, he will have the choice to have you arrested. If you are not that person, that person's choice is a part of fate, since you have no control of his actions and he is giving you a consequence. This is also Causality, since your choice is the cause and the person's choice, or your fate is the consequence. There are two types of apporaches in Psychology. One of them is Behaviorism, whis is cause and effect and rewards and punishments. THe other is Humanism; the apporach that each human has the potential to become a great person, which has free will. I believe that The humanism approach and the behaviorism apporach go with each other because when you make a choice, you get punished or rewarded for it. When the sun heats a meadow for a very long time, the consequence is that the meadow will become a desert. Thisis governed by physical laws, like heat and the plants withering. Human made decisions are also governed by physical laws, since the brain uses chemicals to think. Last thing I want to go over is probability. Probablility, to me, is nothing more than the laws of physics working. If you hold a dice at the right side, the right angle and throw it at the right speed, you will get a six. Same thing for flipping a coin. Holding it at the right side and right angle as well as throwing it at the right speed will get you heads. Also, ite weather is said to be unpredictable. However, by measuring the all of the factors that change the weather, it is possible to measure it accurately. That is all. Please share your opinion.