Perfection is a burden that carries so much pressure into our lives.
Today we see a shift from perfection to a desire for transparency in understanding where our food is sourced, the way we do business and how we navigate relationships. This carries over to our perspective on the world, what we choose to surround ourselves with and the manner of our creations.
Experiencing the world in authentic ways allows us to enjoy the diversity of pleasures available to us.
This is very similar to how the Japanese approach Wabi-Sabi.
Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese view of life that focuses on seeing value in imperfection, celebrating the authenticity of all things. It accepts the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death, reminding us that everything has a process of emerging and aging. It honors removing the frivolity and respecting the undeclared beauty that comes with appreciating the simple joy in quiet observation.