"We ask you to be an artist in your life as well as a craftsman of your life. We ask you to experience your own capacity for choice, for integrity, for acceptance, for attentiveness, for risk-taking, for presence, for naturalness, for participation, for surrender, for reciprocity, for playful engagement, and for creativity.
In the intimate experience, our 'seeing' happens in the presence of the other. It requires no looking or thinking but occurs directly; it is experiential. ... It is the most meaningful and courageous of human experiences." Malone & Malone