Purpose vs. Important

By Jaxson

  • Purpose

    Intention is a mental state that represents a commitment to carrying out an action or actions in the future. Intention involves mental activities such as planning and forethought.

  • Important

    Importance is a subjective indicator of value. As a concept, importance is the recognized attribution of a subject’s significance or value as defined by a perspective. In its most basic form, importance is used to define subjects that are essential and relevant from those that are not. A subject that is defined as of having no importance is often seen as having no value.

  • Purpose (noun)

    An thumb|”purpose”.

  • Purpose (noun)

    A result that is desired; an intention.

  • Purpose (noun)

    The act of intending to do something; resolution; determination.

  • Purpose (noun)

    The subject of discourse; the point at issue.

  • Purpose (noun)

    The reason for which something is done, or the reason it is done in a particular way.

    “The purpose of turning off the lights overnight is to save energy.”

  • Purpose (noun)

    Instance; example.

  • Purpose (verb)

    To have set as one’s purpose; resolve to accomplish; intend; plan.

  • Purpose (verb)

    To design for some purpose.

  • Purpose (verb)

    To discourse.

  • Important (adjective)

    Having relevant and crucial value.

    “It is very important to give your daughter independence in her life so she learns from experience.”


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