To animal and noble alike, the more popular variation of this concept is its absence. Common is the equivocal deed, more than the unequivocal.
“I’m sorry! That was not my intention”
“You misunderstood me”
“That is not what I meant”
At the very beginning of this strange global state of pain, fright, insecurity. and seclusion, I did a quick calculation. When hundreds of thousands continue to die, while most are constantly subject to being infected, the survivor might (and ought to) ask oneself, what am I staying alive for?
It is precisely during this time of social insecurity that millions have found comfort in conversation from afar, through entrepreneurial as well as spiritual networking.
Recognizing vision, responsibility, and opportunity is energizing. And all conversations seem to point towards a refreshed understanding of living life with intent.
Deeds and energy with intention are no novelty but like never before, I witness an awakened consciousness vibrating in the global community, determined to act with more decisiveness and clarity.
Breathe with intent.
Move with intent.
Be silent with intent.
And, whenever needed, disrupt with intent.
But, most of all, love with intent.