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“Wabi-sabi is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.”
“Admittedly, the beauty of wabi-sabi is not to everyone’s liking.”
“They invite a certain kind of reverie, and like his photographs they also invite solitary contemplation of the time-worn objects within them, often touched by what the Japanese call sabi, a quality of noble shabbiness.”
“It's a farm lot concept, so malaki siya at maganda 'yong view and I promised my kids that I will give them a swimming pool with a water slide para happy na sila at saka sabi ni Josh, gusto niya rin ng ja-kuzzi sa pool.”
“The Gothic Revival was born from the appreciation of picturesque ruins, but even a twentieth century hipster might talk of wabi-sabi, the Japanese aesthetic appreciation of transcience.”
“Ravelry synchronicity wabi-sabi recognizing options, and friends who help me do so”
“In art, where the spirit of shibumi takes the form of sabi, it is elegant simplicity, it is articulate brevity.”
“Finding beauty in something old and rusty is wabi-sabi.”
“Picking something up off the side of the road and using it in a new way is wabi-sabi.”
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Words from other languages that are difficult to translate into English. The way these can illuminate cultural differences fascinates me. See also The Meaning of Tingo.
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