To experience is to intend to have experience. There cannot be two intentions, laying side by side, as if intending and that intended are separate. They are one in the same whether the intention is in the imagination or related to an object of experience. Each intention is itself experience of intending, a rejoining of ideas coming together to form one intention. A single intention may follow another. Or, one may exist “away” from consciousness and, by intention, not exist. However, a single intention will always be so without adding to itself. It intends to what it is and, ultimately, becomes what it isn’t as a new experience, intended by experience, appears to the intention.
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