Every time I get seriously close to forgetting to post, I get really worried I’m going to actually forget one of these days and it’s going to be extremely upsetting. But until then, I don’t have much tonight. I jotted something down yesterday during my philosophy class about intentions. In class, this topic was brought up in a discussion about avoiding sin and doing good solely in fear of punishment after death. Someone spoke about their feelings on the topic saying that it is selfish to live this way because you’re only concerned with yourself and if someone chooses to do good works for a reason other then because it is right, then they might as well not be doing them at all. This concept I think applies to serving in general. I know I’ve done so multiple times out of obligation or to receive some sort of reward. So I pose a question that I would love to read your thoughts on: do you believe the intention behind the deed as important as the deed itself?