Yes I think so. <br />
The problem being, it is too easy to say that intention is the whole of what's necessary to do when you believe in something. To rationalize less or no actual action but to say "I would do it this way, if I could". <br />
To see that something is wrong, but to accept it as the status quo and say "It should be otherwise" but it's easier to just go along or give effort in some nominal way. <br />
Apathy is the glove into which evil slips it's hand.<br />
I think my beloved country is a good example of good intentions paving some hellish roads. I hope I don't lose my John Birch card for saying that.
It is sure paved with something; it is wide and easy to travel on
A road paved with good intentions will still appear cracked
Surely if it were paved with good intentions then an all knowing deity would know that they were good intentions and not send the person to hell.
I think there is no one road to hell.<br />
Can be paved with all sorts of things, I would suppose.
The pavement makes it faster too go there I might think
My personal path is