Good intention and Karma will ULTIMATELY bring US out of the Samsara and into Buddhahood, please excuse my inprecision.
Let me try to explain from Buddhist prospective regarding the term “good intent and Karma” and “Samsara.”
Supposedly we are freely drifting in the sea, you have good intent and having good Karma, while my intent focus on “to reach the shore.”
What do you think the result will turn out for us eventually?
In terms of Buddhism, samsara refers to the fact of being liberated from the cyclic births-and-deaths (the sea).
If a sentient being has no intent to “break the bond of births-and deaths,” he will not set his foot on the shore (so to speak); the being will remain as where he is through thick-and-thin.
The important thing is that being out of samsara will not come to a being automatically;
only birth and death will come to every living beings automatically.
Out of samsara indicates non-duality, so it is not a matter applicable within the three realms as we have understood things around us.
And your viewpoint regarding “out of samsara through good intention” is a general misconception, even among Buddhists!
You have done a great job by raising this issue, so I can explain it more clearly.
Good merits to your subject, wishing you attaining Buddhahood and help many others too!
Thank you for your feed back.