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2)Wabi -Sabi

2)Wabi -Sabi

meaning embrace your Imperfections ! Learn to accept your flaws and also of others. As nothing lasts forever and nothing is entirely complete. No one is perfect as we are all humans . learn to find beauty in your imperfections.


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These are some beautiful and simple japanese concepts which I read in an article . it shows the principles with which the japanese live their life which contributes to their better life .

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