Embrace the ancient Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi and learn to appreciate the imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.
When you let go of judgment, you can see the harmony in the unfinished, fleeting, modest, and simple things in life. That’s the Japanese concept of wabi sabi, and it helps you find beauty everywhere. Using drawings, quotes, and photographs, this book helps you understand the essence of this idea and apply it to our everyday world. Celebrate the wabi sabi spirit by embracing gratitude and self-acceptance, trusting in time, focusing on what matters most, and celebrating with such traditions as the Japanese tea ceremony, communing with elders, and family rituals.
About the contributor(s):
Well-versed in Eastern philosophy and martial arts, Oliver Luke Delorie is author of the playful 100 Small Ways To Quit Worrying and 100 Small Ways To Manage Time.