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Why Kintsugi Is a Lesson in Repairing Things for a Happier Life

It is time to celebrate your broken self.

Photo by Motoki Tonn on Unsplash

Recently my reading glasses broke, in the past either I throw them away, or fix it until I buy a new one.

The ones I buy are relatively cheap, but suddenly I don't want to get myself a new one. I can fix this one.

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Personal stories that will make us understand our selves.

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