"…we as beings are freebased"
I’m not entirely sure what you mean by “freebased.” At first, it seemed that you meant it to be synonymous with “free will,” but the subsequent sentence suggested otherwise. So I’m not exactly sure what you mean. I’m also wondering if by “freebase” you referring to the inescapable consequence of being born without essence (or with existential freedom, freedom of choice, etc.).
"With that you have free will, is that not god of your own being…"
First, you have to define free will and whether or not free will and free action are distinct from each other or parts of the same overall concept. Are they incompatible? Are they mutually exclusive? Are they two parts of the same thing?
Then, you have to explain the relationship between mind and body. Do mind and body retain autonomy and are, thus, independent from each other to some extent? Are they, like free will and free action, two parts of the same thing?
"…and with that essence i see a godly being as a whole, thus a dividend of your being is a hole in reality."
You might have to correct me, but are you arguing that being born with free will is in fact a sort of essence? If that’s the case, then you have to explain what you see as an “essence” and why. An “essence” generally refers to something that defines a person or must necessarily exist in order to maintain an identity. Are you saying that “existence” and “essence” are essentially the same thing, part of the same thing, or distinct from each other? Is existence a condition, while essence is a consequence since our condition necessarily requires us to create an essence (for example: I exist, then I breathe. This makes me a person who breathes).
What do you mean by “godly being”—are you referring to an actual deity, or are you arguing that all people are “godly” because existence precedes essence and we construct essence via the consequential freedom of choice and/or will? Are you suggesting that the absence of “essence” fractures “reality” in some manner to some extent? If so, you then have to explain what you mean by “reality.” Do you mean the reality we construct through language in order to create categories of difference, or do you mean the reality beyond the limitations of language that one can never fully recognize, identify, or understand due to the application of language?
"Like me saying god, i mean as one, not one providing for you to base your thinking off of but as if, you provide you something for you to furthermore your own."
I’m not exactly sure what you’re arguing or suggesting here.