The Wisdom of Wabi-Sabi

As an antidote to the gut-wrenching toxicity of American elections and to the delusions of human omnipotence in relation to nature, we have been re-reading Leonard Koren’s essay, Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers. We excerpt the section on Spiritual Values, with images borrowed from Rosamund Purcell’s unflinching inspection of bibliophagia and other expressions of printed pages in the process of being recycled by other species, Bookworm.

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