Parallel Lines

Intent. Now this one may require some critical thinking. Can anyone actually prove their intent when something has gone a rye? And when things don’t go as planned, can one’s “good intentions” be their one saving grace? Perhaps intent is a phenomenon we will never fully be able to discern, unless of course it serves a purpose. Therefore after reading “Parallel Lines” ask yourself this. When listening to someone explain how it was their “intent” to do something for you that you held in high regard, but failed miserably, how receptive would you be to their explanation? Enjoy and feel free to leave a comment.

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