The concept of destiny baffles both theists and atheists alike. Fate-oriented happenings and free will-based doings in our favour are alike considered to be good. If not, we curse both fate and our own incompetence. Many are in their imprisonment of poverty, misery and helplessness by believing fate and not trying to overcome it. And many with their riches, power, position and pomp feel unhappy and guilt caused by their own free will. This book deals with the subject of fate and free will from many possible dimensions with appropriate illustrations for the self-transformation of people who feel miserable for various reasons. This can be used both by a professional and a layman for their guidance.