And yet, all we crave is for more and more connection. But what if I told you that the problem isn’t connection? What if the problem was our lack of intentionality when it comes to being connected? A lack of intention with regards to connection ourselves, each other, and the world we long for.
The Intention Generation, published by Difference Press, is a call to arms to make a shift, as an entire culture, from expectation to intention.
Written after my stint in the redwood forest as an adult camp counselor, The Intention Generation looks closely at how we’ve co-opted the word intention to mean expectation, and how to shift our society back to being a society of Intention and intentionality.
Drawing on contemporary understandings of Tibetan Philosophy and Martin Heidegger’s notions of being in the world, The Intention Generation is a call to arms to take personal responsibiltiy to make the shifts that will move a culture from expectation to intention. It’s a book for the visionaries, the joyous, the creative, the naysayers to status quo.
It’s a book for you.