I have said this a few times before. Good intention doesn’t always bring good results.
Not because you have every bit of good intention, you can be sure that it will bring good results. No. Your words and actions can be misinterpreted and therefore your good intention becomes your waterloo. You’d rather have not offered any help or showed any support, rather than be blamed later on for something you know in your heart you didn’t do and was far from what was in your mind and heart.
It’s not what we say or do, it’s how the other person thinks we are saying and doing.
It’s not what’s in our hearts, it’s what’s in their minds.