Wabi Sabi: Book Thoughts

I recently picked up a copy of Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life by Beth Kempton. It’s concise, not overly prescriptive, and unafraid to approach lessons with a modern lens. Here are some of my takeaways. Intertwine Yourself with Nature Wabi sabi, as evident in the eponymous book, is an elusive term.

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Vaishnavo Janato

Written in the 15th century by poet Narsinh Mehta, this poem speaks about what a virtuous life looks like:  One who is a Vaishnav Knows the pain of others Does good to others Without letting pride enter his mind. A Vaishnav, Tolerates and praises the entire world Does not speak ill of others Keeps his

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