Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold to create an even stronger, more beautiful piece in the end. Just as pottery is never too broken to be fixed and made stronger, so also we are never too shattered for repair and transformation. Wholeness begins with an awareness that Rumi said best: "our wounds are where light enters us" . - Ameeta
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Editor's Note: Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold to create an even stronger, more beautiful piece in the end. Just as pottery is never too broken to be fixed and made stronger, so also we are never too shattered for repair and transformation. Wholeness begins with an awareness that Rumi said best: "our wounds are where light enters us" . - Ameeta
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