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Kintsugi, the Japanese art of embracing damage

Kintsugi, the Japanese art of embracing damage

(4:34) The amazing Japanese mending practice of Kintsugi doesn't find beauty in Western ideals like symmetry or geometry, but in Buddhist concepts of impermanence and imperfection. thenerdwriter.tumblr.com

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Guest: Get Real (2169 days ago)
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Man, you have been reading too much.

You seem to know a lot of stuff but I can barely keep up with 22% of what you say.

I happen to know a Wholeness Coach.

I told her I am only interested in being partially whole and how much does she charge for that.

She thought I was kidding.

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Latest comment:

Man, you have been reading too much.

You seem to know a lot of stuff but I can barely keep up with 22% of what you say.

I happen to know a Wholeness Coach.

I told her I am only interested in being partially whole and how much does she charge for that.

She thought I was kidding.

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