This easy to read and insightful book aims to help set the groundwork for finding Wabi Sabi, the way of seeing beauty in everything, which stems from the imperfection, the state of continuous withering or decay, and the simplicity that can be found in nature and in objects.
Running, so similar in various ways to living life. This book which is meant to inspire and motivate, will help you see many life lessons that a runner learns on the road, and how they translate to lessons on the road of life.
A runner battles fatigue, battles thirst, battles the elements, and most importantly battles themselves, this is life.
This book takes you on the minimalistic approach to not only get rid of stuff, but also other things that take space in our lives, stuff in a physical sense and non physical sense. This book touches the subjects of why having less possessions and clutter in our lives make us happier, make us breath easier and have less stress, worries, and pressures
Wabi Sabi is the Japanese Buddhist philosophy of seeing beauty and nature in imperfect objects. This short and easy read gives the direct views of how this philosophy applies to us as people. We are imperfect and this makes us perfect. Seeing our defects as anything but defects, our negatives into positives. This book gives perception on how to view YOU in such a way that will give YOU a positive