The way the animals live, everybody envies them, because look, a cat, when it walks—did you ever see a cat making an aesthetic mistake. Did you ever see a badly formed cloud? Were the stars ever misarranged? When you watch the foam breaking on the seashore, did it ever make a bad pattern? Never. And yet we think in what we do, we make mistakes.
Alan Watts, The Nature of Consciousness (via moonlightwalks)
(Source: thereligiousnonbeliever, via littleloren)
When he puts his mouth against her shoulder
she is uncertain whether her shoulder
has given or received the kiss.
All her flesh is like a mouth.
Leonard Cohen, You Have the Lovers (via ladyofanaturalstate)