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Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.
(via nuclearharvest)
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)

Anonymous asked:
Are you as compassionate about people as you are about animals? I've seen a lot of folks saying that if you don't care about people so much you're a horrible human being etc. etc, but I feel like there are a lot of people on earth and they are ALWAYS put before animals. What is your take on this?

I’m sorry I took so long to answer this, I’m so busy lately I haven’t gotten on here much.

In answer, I believe we should be compassionate to all living beings. But I think in certain ways animals need it more. Because it’s so widely accepted to abuse, kill, and harm them.  They are like children that need us to speak up for them because they can’t speak up for themselves.