3.See beauty in all things,especially the broken and scarred - Deepstash
3.See beauty in all things,especially the broken and scarred

3.See beauty in all things,especially the broken and scarred

This stems from an ancient Japanese art to mend broken objects with gold fillings, giving them “golden scars.” It’s known as Kintsugi.

Think of a bowl or teapot dropped onto the floor. What would you do with it? Probably throw them away.

But Kintsugi tells you to mend the pieces of broken pottery back together with liquid gold ~making them inevitably flawed, but somehow, more beautiful~

Kintsugi  reminds us that there is great beauty in broken things because scars tell a story.

They demonstrate fortitude, wisdom, and resilience, earned through the passage of time.

185

386 reads

CURATED FROM

IDEAS CURATED BY

meghnagohain

An Oral medicine And Oral Radiology specialist Working for a better tomorrow.

The idea is part of this collection:

Managing People

Learn more about philosophy with this collection

Conflict resolution

Motivating and inspiring others

Delegation

Related collections

Read & Learn

20x Faster

without
deepstash

with
deepstash

with

deepstash

Personalized microlearning

100+ Learning Journeys

Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.

Email

I agree to receive email updates