The universe enjoyed its ride to work this morning. Photons traveling from the sun reflected off mass-energy patterns that were in the form of two adult bald eagles and formed an image in the eyes of the universe. The universe was happy with this vision of itself.
translated: I enjoyed my ride to work this morning. I saw two bald eagles. I was happy to have seen them.
It has been pointed out that IF no one has a free will how can anyone be to blame for their actions?
Since each person is really just a different, temporary, manifestation of the universe then every action of the universe is also your own action. You are as much to blame for the behavior of your body as you are for causing hurricane Wilma. Which means that you are both responsible for everything and oddly responsible for nothing. The idea that you are responsible for some things and not other things is plainly wrong.
Thus, if your body does something stupid you are unlucky. It's that simple. I feel bad for all those consciousnesses that are trapped inside poorly trained, stupid or malfunctioning bodies. It's not their fault. They're just unlucky.
If it's a really stupid action then you might want to try to train your body to not do that again (like, say, driving drunk for example). If your body doesn't take charge of training itself then other bodies might do so. They might try to punish your body to teach it to stop behaving that way. Thus there is every reason to try to train people - just as we train dogs, to change their behavior. Dogs, like people, are not responsible for their actions. They are just unlucky enough to have been in a body that did something very stupid, unwise, wrong, hurtful, etc. The universe trains itself to get itself to behave.
This pretty much does away with that crazy notion of good and evil...