"'The wound is the place where the light enters you.' These words, by the 13th-century Persian poet Rumi, sang in my head as I examined a simple ceramic bowl in a tiny cafe in a western suburb of Tokyo. The bowl had been elevated to a luminous, compelling objet d'art by the gold-filled cobweb of cracks snaking across it." — Pallavi Aiyar (https://asia.nikkei.com/NAR/Articles/A-Japanese-ceramic-repair-technique-teaches-us-to-embrace-our-scars) How do you display for others the repairs you've made in your heart?
[image description: A heart with several golden cracks running across it is nonetheless held together. Text reads: "Kintsugi love."]
I love you already.
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