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Simplistically: Intent is an expression of your quality; an active expression of the inner core of your being projected to meet the interactive demands your reality places on you. The quality of your intent, as you apply it toward the formation of attitude, motivation, and action in response to the world around you, reflects the degree to which you have evolved.

Thought is the means by which you bring something into your intellect.

Awareness is the degree to which you understand the nature, content, and purpose of reality.

Tom C

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