Koi I 錦鯉之一
The world wishes to see itself; the world lives in an active curiosity with ever open eyes. In uniting mythological dreams, we can say: The cosmo is an Argus. The Cosmos, a sums of beauties is an Argus, a sum of ever open eyes. Thus the theorem of the reverie of vision is translated to the cosmic level: everything that shrines sees, and there is nothing in the world which shines more than a look.
- Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Reverie.