Sooo…I’ve been working an idea for a post for months. Months. That’s not like me. Normally I just sit down and write. The thoughts coalesce and the words flow. They may tumble over the top of each other, but eventually they settle into place in a puddle on the page, leaving you to decide whether you wade through or walk around it.
For some reason, I just can’t make this one happen. The ends of my thoughts trail off and evaporate before they can precipitate and I’m left with a thunderhead. Argh.
I’m not letting this one go, though. On the contrary, I’m going to let you chew on it, too.
Wait, what? Chew on it? You got it–it’s WORD JERKY time again! Here’s your thought for the day:
Do actions without intent have meaning? Or is it the thought behind them–not the actions themselves–that define the nature of an interaction?
What do you think? Is it the thought that counts? Or just the results? Sometimes? Every time?
Let’s chat about it.