Recently I tried to engage my curiosity and interest in games to create a new habit of using the social media platform Instagram in a more active and fun way. The Game, was 'Ask me Anything' by commenting @DagdaBard to which I would reply the following day. It was a good experiment and lead to many fantastic interactions.
Alas, a habit has not been formed as other matters took priority and the 'game' slipped from focus, but there were many interesting questions and one of which lead to a fantastic and inspirational exploration of the ancient Irish Lore, "The Cauldron of Poesy".
'I didn't mean it!' 'It's not whats I meant to happen.' 'It's not like I did it on purpose.'
How does that old cliché go? Oh yeh, The road to hell is paved in good intentions. Irrespective of your theological perspective to the existence of Hell, what we are really saying here is that 'good intentions' don't really matter much in the scheme of things, if the Impact is off.
When was the last time you uttered one of those phrases? Have you ever considered your intentions as irrelevant when compared to the impact you have had?
We all have thoughts and perspectives and opinions. Its simply part of the human condition as a socialized species. So In the interest of insight, this is where I will share my perspective and opinions.