Category Archives: perfection

The Wabi Sabi of August McLaughlin

“Sexuality, which is innate, includes your gender, sexual orientation and sex-related impulses and desires, how you relate intimately with yourself, others, and arguably, the world. It’s in your essence, your spirit, your soul. While you won’t discover everything you need … Continue reading

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Month of Thanks Giving: Day 22 (Imperfection)

Wabi-sabi–the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection. Simple, slow, and uncluttered, it reveres authenticity above all. There’s a story behind the cracks and imperfections you see in picture of the vessel above. I bought this vase because of the … Continue reading

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The Power of Imperfection

“People throw away what they could have by insisting on perfection . . .”                         — Edith Schaeffer I recently went to a local pizza parlor to pick up a “to-go” pizza. As I waited, I smiled at the artwork … Continue reading

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