Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Intention and Practice

 The intention to do something and actually do it is a separate matter. If you have the intention to practice it but don't know how to do it or don't have the will and effort to do it, you can't execute it properly.
 If the intentions are good, even though the outcome of a task is not good, the mindset that execution itself is not bad is wrong. Too many have argued that their intentions were good, although the consequences of their practice for the realization of infeasible ideals or unrealistic ideologies adversely affected individuals and society.

The purpose of life

 What is the purpose of life?
 People's response to this simple question varies. Some people give their own answers. Others say that this question has no answer. Others are not even interested in the question itself.
 Like questions about other fundamental problems, living without knowing the exact answer to this question does not guarantee good processes and outcome.