And then, only a moment ago, some small arboreal mammals scampered down from the trees. They became upright and taught themselves the use of tools, domesticated other animals, plants and fire, and devised language. The ash of stellar alchemy was now evolving consciousness. At an ever-accelerating pace, it developed writing, cities, art and science, and sent spaceships to the planets and the stars. These are some of the things that hydrogen atoms do, given fifteen billion years of cosmic evolution.
The manifestation of the universe, the big bang, is essentially a kind of common ancestor that we all share, as we stem from it like branches on a tree. Although there is perceived space between us, it is only of degree, and we are bound by cause and effect.
It would seem that we are all components to a single intention fragmented into the organic vessels we inhabit, with the duty of carrying this legacy forward as individuals. This is where the Darwinian theory of evolution would apply, as we are biologically rigged to seek refinement and connection, just as our universe has for billions of years.
The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.