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IntentionsThe phrase “best of intentions” is one we’ve heard and will express many times throughout our life. “We had…”, “They had…”, You had…”, “I had…” those are usually the prefixes that come before. The words will shadow us all throughout life. But good intentions are not the only outcome.

Intentions have consequences. The problem is they are affected by outside factors. “We didn’t think it though.” “We couldn’t have known about that.” And of course the famous “You’re kidding me, right? Those are comments usually accompanied by the “oops factor.”

Outcomes whether good or bad
The intentions are what really matter. The intention is what we should associate those who took the action. That which matters is what those meant not always what the results are. It could mean all the difference world between people.


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