The spirit can choose any context, but it can not materialize it, it can not turn it into a past. The material, or the physical, follows the context that the Creator choose for it, the context of fact.
In the old language, the word for something to materialize, to become physical, and be enforced from context and its implication, comes from the root K W N. In English this is roughly the verb Be. If I say a thing becomes, I mean a thing gets enforced in the physical. All things which has become are the Being. Nowadays, that would appear to be the universe.
The spirit has free choice because it can choose any context. It has free choice because it can also lie, in other words, deny an implication. It has free choice because it can also choose statements for premises that are not weak truth under any context including no context.
The spirit has to choose, to pick from the weak truth or not, and to follow the lines of implication or not. But when it comes to the Being, the spirit also has to choose what context to go by, the context the Creator chose, the context of fact, or the context that a creation chose. When the man has to stand on the bridge after he builds it, by whose context do you think he will measure when he builds it. While truth is not universal, fact is, right and wrong is.
Arrogance (Pride) and humility
Arrogance is to pick not from the weak truth, or to follow not the lines of implication. When it comes to the Being, to decide right and wrong from a different context other than the context of fact, and by definition they would no longer be right and wrong. In other words, arrogance is to measure not by the Creator, it is to measure by the creation. This might have been called pride in the English language in the past. In the old language, this comes from the root K B R.
Humility is to pick from the weak truth, and to follow the lines of implication. When it comes to the Being, to decide right and wrong from the Creator's context, from the context of fact. In other words, it is to measure by the Creator. The humble will agree if he understands that when it comes to the Being, the Discoverers are observers, no more.