A Quote by Pablo Ruiz Picasso on intentionality

In art intentions are not sufficient and, as we say in Spanish: Love must be proved by facts and not by reasons.  What one does is what counts and not what one had the intention of doing.

Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973)

Source: Dore Ashton's collection of quotes by picasso

Contributed by: Nyingma

A Quote by Peter M. Senge on presence, self, transcendence, and intentionality

The birth of the de-centered self can be profoundly disorienting, it is transcendental and often involves a heightened sense of awareness and connection. The analytical 'localized' self can find it fragile, frightening and impossible to grasp...There is a sense of being present to what is seeking to emerge, with intentionality. If you follow your nature enough, if you follow your nature as it moves, if you follow so far that you really let go, then you find that you're actually the original being, the original way of being. The original being knows things and acts, does things in its own [intuitive?] way. It actually has a great intention to be itself, and it will do so if you just let it

Peter Senge

Source: From Presence, via:

Contributed by: Ryan

A Quote by Dave on intentionality, blogs, weblogs, and kosmicblogging

My weblog is, more than anything else, a diary for talking myself into practicing what I preach, for convincing myself that I must act. Help convince me, it says to my readers, who are impatiently hoping for me to convince them.

Dave Pollard

Source: How to Save the World: Intentionality:

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

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