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Intentions and behavior

Most of us tend to judge others by their actions, but judge ourselves based on our intentions.

One without the other is impure.  Let’s look for opportunities to let other peoples’ actions slide, and occasionally seek out (or even assume) that they have good intentions.  After all, we’re doing that with ourselves.

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