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    On Nov 23, 2021 Usha wrote:

    Understanding the concept of impermanence and to celebrate it by recreating has beena way of being. My mom used to recreate beautiful cushions, table covers, mattresses, tapestry from old clothes. We learnt from her to reuse, recreate and renew the broken , torn and withered stuff. I took this concept to my workplace in reducing the wastage using the slogan. I love how it has been given a name "theart of Kingsugi". Things happen in life, leave alone materials,hearts break, but to learn to celebrate is something we can learn from this art and to know that every event, every creation is beautiful, it is what we make out of it. I use this practice of converting everything in your heart to love and this is what I see Kintsugito be.


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    On Nov 23, 2021 David Doane wrote:

    What a wonderful lesson you learned from your mom and then expanded into your living. .


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