Statement: The Japanese philosophy on wabi-sabi, which is the beauty of things imperfect, has a place in our psychology. The relentless pursuit of perfection — in possessions, relationships, achievements – often fosters hasty judgments. This is where wabi-sabi invites a pause. It opens space for acceptance and forgiveness, for mindfulness, for seeing the beauty of things flawed, including ourselves and our fellow human beings.
Statement: Every day we have on this planet is a gift, so let us use the time to love, encourage, build, and grow ourselves and others, leaving the world a better place than we found it. I love this quote by Kahlil Gibran; Your daily life is your temple and your religion. Whenever you enter into it, take with you your all.
Statement: Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time like dew on the tip of a leaf. Tagore. Living on the edge of time means maintaining a present consciousness, while moving between the past and future. https://www.facebook.com/events/1663303650606656?ref=newsfeed It formed part of my 2nd solo exhibition, Fracture, 9-22 July '14, in Statuto13 Gallery, Milan, Italy.