"Everything you do, you do because you want to do it. And if you didn't want to do it, you wouldn't."
Is there an exception to this rule...?
What happens if someone points a gun at your head and tells you that if you don't give them your Power they will blow your head to smithereens? If you didn't want to do it, you wouldn't. And you would be dead. But you do. So you give that person your Power.
I don't see any varying degrees on this one. A person either wants to do something, or they don't. It's as simple as that. There are only two choices: Want and Do Not Want, in either case a person acts accordingly.
I think it is impossible to only have one, singular, choice. There always has to be two. Unless we get into the intelligence factor which basically means that the higher the intelligence a living being has, the more choices that being has.
Can we say that an Amoeba 'wants' to ingest something smaller than it....? Is 'want' even an option at this level...? If the Amoeba is programmed to be that way, to ingest whatever the hell it wants, then how is there a choice...? Ah, but see, 'want' does not necessarily mean that the being is conscious of his actions. So a being can do something because it Wants to do something, even if it is programmed to do it. On a higher level, humans may not be conscious of why we do things, but simply we do them because we Want to do them. And if we didn't we wouldn't.