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arshiya's review against another edition
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As someone who has delved into the topics of happiness and aestheticism a lot lately, I figured a book on wabi sabi would be right up my alley. Instead what I got was a book that was sometimes on topic, but mostly skewed with the author’s ego-filled anecdotes that sometimes lasted pages and gave me little insight into the heart of wabi sabi. On completing this book, I find myself further from understanding it’s core concept than ever.
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booksandbabies's review against another edition
Not what I expected but exactly the right book at the right time. It is so much more than decluttering and being intentional with your social calender. This book captures perfectly that everything is connected and that imperfect is not only okay but it is what we should strive for.