Nothingness and there on to something in this life and then going on to meet infinity is the fate of the soul. The soul begins its journey from nothingness like the universe beginning from nothing. The soul then attains something or some value in its existence upon the earth. Finally, it must embrace the infinity in the end. But all through its existence upon the earth, the soul has free will as the wavefunction collapses to meet indeterminacy.
Free will lends the soul a support to choose whatever destiny has in store for it, though everything is freely calculated from time-space slice beforehand. We know the time-space continuum but we don’t know what’s in store for us. It has to be lived through indeterminacy. Hence infinity turns out to be a natural destiny of the soul.
So do we have a moral responsibility for our actions? not much. Since the fate is the same for every organism, the organism is not morally responsible for his actions. Moreover, the indeterminacy calculates the action taken as the logical consequence of all the actions that are taken alongwith, like a wavefunction takes all the possibilities and then finally resolving with the final outcome.