"We say ‘the wind blows’, because the subject-verb structure of the English language makes it difficult to express it otherwise. But in truth, we know that the wind is its blowing. Similarly, the stream is the running of water. And so, too, I am what I am doing. I am not an agent but a hive of activity. If you were to lift the lid off, you would find something more like a compost heap than the kind of architectural structure that anatomists and psychologists like to imagine."
Tim Ingold, Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge, and Description (via sugar-prism)