Ever since Greg's comments on my 'Is there an Athena living in my Head too' post, I have been grappling with the intention vs action issue, or debate, or whatever you want to call it.
If it's our actions that make us who we are, then what happens when we do apparently 'good' things, like being kind to someone or helping others but we do it with the bad/selfish/self-serving/fake intentions?
Then in the debate of intentions vs actions which one matters more, which one makes the cut so to speak. Out of the two, thinking about doing good but not translating it into action or doing good but not with the purest of intentions at all, which one is the better or worse.
I am really puzzled by this!
P.S. Unrelated - but this is my 100th post. So I made a little postcard via my latest obsession... making postcards ;)
Zakman made me the cutest poster ever and for that I am so touched – thank you from the pit of my heart