Kintsugi or “golden joinery” is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with an adhesive containing gold dust. The philosophy behind this art is the embracing of cracks and repairs through the use and life of the item. Basically, something is valuable if it is used, and by using that item it will inevitably get chipped or cracked. In Western cultures if something breaks, we typically try to repair it as close as possible to the original. We try to hide the cracks. The goal of kintsugi is the opposite of this. It aims to embrace these cracks and to be proud of them. This philosophy made me think. Despite our best efforts in the kitchen, we drop pots and pottery gets chipped. Much like ho
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