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I had not thought of it that way and now that you point in that direction and make the distinction it opens up new possibilities.

"I've observed that we seem to live in an age that is pre-occupied with intending things without any time for figuring out what intent works best." Not to self. Thank you, Peter.

I've been thinking about your expression "what do we leave in our wake".

It's a curious metaphor.

In my observation, the wake of humanity travels forward - I notice that my consequences are marching/sneaking out in front of me. I meet them all the time - some I recognise others I pass by like a forgotten face from my past.

This is why the intent with which we live is so important - the future we didn't intend is, in part, found in the intent in which we lived the past.

It's not one (intent) or the other (intend) - at different times what we intend directs, at others, our intent, seen in unintended opportunities or crisis direct the course of life.

I guess you have to work at both (though I've observed that we seem to live in an age that is pre-occupied with intending things without any time for figuring out what intent work best).

Thanks for the excuse to gather some thoughts.

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