Good Intentions

Good intentions are nice and all, but it’s ultimately your actions that count.

You could have intended to be this generous, kind and compassionate person, but if you did nothing to show it, then it doesn’t matter.

You may think that all you have to do is say the words “I’m sorry” and intend to “do better,” but if you repeat the offense, then that apology was just a waste of time.

Show, don’t tell.

It’s nice to intend to be nice, but it only counts through actions.

Give more than just good intentions, do good actions.

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