When I am confused by somebody’s actions or statements, I like to ask “What’s your intent?”
If I don’t ask, I assume what the intent is and I’m probably wrong.
If I knew the owner of this car …
… I would ask “What’s your intent in having that license plate?” Because I don’t know that person, I assume it’s a communication about disaster. What kind of disaster? Maybe living in Maine is a disaster for a lobster.
What’s my intent in taking and sharing these other photos?
My intent is to tell you that you are not alone. We’re all in this together.
What’s your intent in reading my blog today? Please express your intent in a comment, below.
At the end of every post, my intent is to express thanks to all who helped me create it and — of course! — to YOU.