L’importance de l’intention


It is the means and the end…it is the why and the wherefore of every relationship we humans form.

Its all about the intent. The intent to try, the intent to not give up, the intent to do good for those who are dearest to us.

We all claim to give it our 100 percent. But, the one question that flashes in the mind’s eye in times of crisis is, “Do I really want to make this happen?”.

Trust me when I say, that wanting it to work out is half the battle won.

Cosmetic affections, cursory adulation do not last in the long run. How long can one keep up with a forced affectation?

At the end of the day, genuine intent which is born out of real affection is what gives us the will to try when things seem hard.

It’s very easy to fall into the usual mores of societal behaviour that encourage us to keep up an impeccable show of outward respectability, but is it worth it?

Is it right to make a show of showering love and respect on somebody, when actually their good is far from your thoughts?

Nah! I disagree…

I strive to not fall into the age-old traps of social traditions, where outward display overtakes real warmth in relationships.

I fervently pray to never undermine the importance of intent.

Megha Sharma

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~ by eugenicist on November 26, 2010.

3 Responses to “L’importance de l’intention”

  1. The desire to make something true, the passion for a warmest hug of a relationship makes an intention good! Very thoughtful!

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