Dear little blog,
An intention towards someone or a situation is an interesting topic to unpack for today’s discussion. In referring to the definition, the word means an action that has an aim or a purpose but what is not considered is its paradoxical essence.
Most people justify their actions according to being a good person in demonstrating some form of goodwill. When someone asks you why you decided to compliment that person, one would simply reply, “because I wanted to make someone’s day”. Good intentions are a form of agenda, not as bad in comparison to an individual who has suspicious or self-gaining motives. Paradoxically, good intentions can become flawed when a person misinterprets another person’s intention. For example, you decide to compliment your parent’s appearance or characteristic and then she/he jumps to conclusion that you are asking for money. Whether you were asking for money or not, disappointment…
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