- Tristan Green
- Austin, TX
- United States
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Is intent more, or less important than the action, and its impact, that it breeds?
When one sets out to do something, is the intent behind what they do more important than the actions/consequences that it breeds? If so, why? And if the action/consequences of the intent are of more importance, why?
If the consequences remain the same despite differing intent and actions, then are they important? If so, why?
If the action remains the same yet the intent and consequences change, then is it important? If so, why?
If the intent remains the same yet the action and consequences change, then is it important? If so, why?