The free will of mankind is both an opportunity and a responsibility. It is an opportunity because choices can be made that benefit the individual and society. It is a responsibility because choices can be made that benefit or harm the individual and society. When choices are made from the perspective of the inner quality, a person is making a deliberate decision to improve one's self and to improve one's society.
The inner quality is a standard of best behavior for an individual. A person's understanding of that standard evolves as one becomes more aware of the attributes of the inner quality: the more a person becomes his or her true self, the more insight the person has as to the infinite potential of the inner quality. The more insight a person has, the better the choices that can be made to reflect one's true self. This cycle of knowing what to do, using the free will to decide to do it, and then acting upon that decision creates a personal pathway for the individual to become more and more of their true self.