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Good intentions not required

Y'know, everyone thinks they have good intentions. Have you ever met anyone who said, "I'm here to break stuff and screw the world up"? No, of course not.

I'm thinking you don't actually need good intentions to do good works. Actually, good intentions by themselves don't seem to accomplish much of anything.

Here's the top three virtues I'd look for in someone to actually achieve good things.

Strength is the virtue that's required for all other virtues. If you're not internally strong, you get easily swayed by opinions, social pressure, culture, and things like that. It's hard to hold on to virtues if you're not strong when you're in the crowd.

What Would You Do If You Won $2 Million?

On The Thought Train

I have way too much time on my hands and I already have a very detailed answer to this.. I was wondering if anyone else does too? I think about it often. I guess it's nice to escape reality like that. Pardon my list. It's pretty lengthy.

Here's what I would do with it. (This is not the complete list and this is not in order)

I don't know what else. I'm definitely not going to splurge on random stuff like parties or something crazy like that. I know statistics and most people would go broke in a couple of years. I'm sure I'll figure out something to do.

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