When the Imperfect Holds More Value Than the Perfect
Kintsugi Pottery is a Japanese art form that has been in practice for better than 500 years. It may be the only art form where broken, imperfect, even shattered works of art can hold more value than the once perfect piece of pottery. Giving ordinary, broken pottery a second life certainly has a parallel that is infinitely relatable to the human condition. And the beauty of it can be just stunning.