wabi-sabi

The Japanese term “wabi-sabi” refers to a kind of beauty that’s “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete,” says Leonard Koren. It differs from Western notions that beauty resides in the “monumental, spectacular, and enduring.” It’s about “the minor and the hidden, the tentative and the ephemeral: things so subtle and evanescent they are almost invisible at first glance.”

via  Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology

Father, '09

Father, ’09 by Azrael @ Rainbow Bridger

Image copyright : Azrael Oxumaré
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