Monday, June 11, 2012


Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese view that things/people/experiences are beautiful and perfect in their imperfection.

What can you relate this to in your life?

We are often so critical of ourselves for not meeting unrealistic standards; for not being perfect. For being flawed.

Today can you harness the viewpoint of Wabi-Sabi in your own life? Perhaps this is a chance for you to see your life and your self as you truly are, cracks and all. And in this perspective, actually love the cracks; be thankful for the cracks; treat the cracked parts as beautiful, as valuable, and as crucial to your being.

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