Being a prisoner of your intentions is a phenomenon that is characterized with an overly zealous quest to impress external forces.
This, often times, subsequently graduate into guilt.
- When you badly want to represent your disposition in a particularly designed manner, your instincts are always on a pressure to maintain that outlook.
Your intentions are representations of your mind, therefore, it is expedient that you—
- •Guard it from the wrong signals and receptors.
- •Avoid a strain that may appear as desperation in character.
- •Get a hold of your thought processes before unleashing an action.
Naturally, certain “mis-deeds” can be corrected with the passing of time. But, what has been done will always be boldly engraved on the slates of memory.
You cannot afford to cage your personality by thriving endlessly to unlive a particular scene of your multiple endeavours.
You also do not want to miss even a single episode in the ultimate guidance of your inherent consciousness because of your intents and subsequent actions.