Thursday, January 05, 2006

more wabi-sabi --

Maitri quoting Sue Bender:
". . . when a prized bowl broke in Japan, they didn't throw it away but repaired it with gold and silver, and the bowl once treasured was even more valuable than before."


wabi-sabi in the Seattle Times news

and from voices:
"our souls each being of the same paper but that which makes us unique is the creases left in the paper from all the folding and unfolding of experience"

and The Deep Longing of Wabi Sabi by Richard Powell (see my wabi sabi link of still in the stream for more by Richard) . . . dealing with CS Lewis, wabi sabi and haiku!

and judy the pianist

and motherload

and Wabi Sabi decorating tips

and wabi sabi at 37signals

and wabi sabi and market culture

and wabi sabi the feng shui slayer


Blogger Alison Williams said...

Does anyone repair anything anymore? How many people even wait for things to break or wear out before replacing them with the latest shiny new model?

8:36 AM  
Blogger J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I've really enjoyed reading your information here -- not knowing a lot about wabi-sabi, I plan to study more --

10:57 PM  

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