Most people don’t purposefully shatter their cherished pieces of pottery, but that isn’t always the case in Japanese culture. Adorning broken ceramics with a lacquer mixed with powdered gold is part of a more than 500-year-old Japanese tradition that highlights imperfections rather than hiding them. This not only teaches calm when a cherished piece of pottery breaks; it is a reminder of the beauty of human fragility as well.
Kintsugi: Japan’s ancient art of embracing imperfection
هشدار معاون استاندار تهران: سن فوتیهای کرونا به زیر ۲۰ سال رسیده است.