Wabi-Sabi speaks of the impermanence of things. It points to the natural world in the purest of forms. In his book ‘Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets and Philosophers’, Leonard Karen talks about the metaphysical qualities of Wabi-Sabi. He says:
“Things are either devolving towards or evolving from nothingness.”
I thought of waves.
I emerge from the unlimited ocean. Formed by the earth, raised by the tides. Crashing, smashing, changing. I roar into life, explode into death, then disappear into the oneness that bore me. My existence fully realized.
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