Wabi-sabi

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Wabi-sabi (wabi - beauty in simplicity, sabi-passage of time)[1] is a Japanese world view based on approaching of life. It is about value of imperfection and acceptance of transience. In Japan, wabi-sabi is imperceptible but it's everywhere from a crack on the dishes to a misty landscape.[2]

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  1. "5 Teachings From The Japanese Wabi-Sabi Philosophy That Can Drastically Improve Your Life". OMAR ITANI. Retrieved 2021-07-18.
  2. "What is Wabi Sabi? The Elusive Beauty of Imperfection". Japan Objects. Retrieved 2021-07-18.