Do Results Matter or Are Good Intentions Enough?

As a preview to my next post, I’m curious what some of my readers think about this topic. I have a pretty diverse group of people reading my blog from Libertarians / Anarchists to Conservative Christians and even a few Socialist / Liberals.

So what do you think? Do the Ends justify the Means or do the Means justify the End?

What happens when you discover your good intentions are not yielding the results you were hoping to see?

What if your assumptions were totally wrong to begin with? Hindsight is 20/20, so I’m not talking about re-writing history. I’m asking in general, if you have a plan and start to see your plan backfire, what do you do?

What if you thought God was leading you down a path and suddenly, it appears this was not the right decision. Was it all for naught?

More to come . . .

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One response to “Do Results Matter or Are Good Intentions Enough?

  1. i think the mean should justify the end.

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