An intention is an aim or vision that guides your thoughts, attitudes, choices, and actions.
An intention on its own makes us feel good for the beliefs we have.
Intentions only become relevant when aligned with actions.
Intentions must be in alignment with actions.
Even more important than your actions are the consequences of your actions; this means that intentions do matter, but only so far as they cause you to engage in actions that improve your life and the lives of people around you.
Intentions do provide the container and guiding framework for our actions.
But intentions without aligned actions won’t interact with the fabric of the physical world.
Intentions don’t shape society, culture, relationships, and our planet Earth.
Our actions do.
It’s time to start living our lives based on our actions and not our intentions.