Instead, I’m becoming increasingly interested in knowing of — and often sharing — the stories that pay tribute to the Japanese concept of wabi sabi. That is, stories that celebrate imperfection, impermanence, and the inherent beauty of things not being as smooth and symmetrical as we’d like them to.
When best practice makes you feel wrong
Rob Estreitinho

“I loved the movie but Im here for the bloppers!”

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