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Embrace tranquil simplicity, rustic elegance, and imperfect beauty. Diane Durston’s meditation on the Japanese philosophy of wabi sabi will inspire you to focus on the blessings hiding in your daily life. Celebrating the way things are rather than how they should be, Durston encourages you to bask in the subtle joys of the natural world and cultivate an appreciation for everyday objects. Step back from the hectic modern world and find enjoyment and gratitude as you explore the ancient and powerful concepts of wabi sabi.
About the Author
Diane Durston lived in Japan for 18 years and has served as a cultural consultant on Japan for corporations, universities, and museums, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. She is the author of Wabi Sabi, Old Kyoto, and Kyoto: Seven Paths to the Heart of the City. Durston lives in Portland, Oregon.