When the Japanese mend broken objects, They magnify the damaged area by filling in the cracks with gold. Believe that When something has been damaged and has a history, becomes more beautiful.
The Japanese traditional art of the repair of broken ceramics with a strong adhesive, spray, then, with gold dust, is called Kintsugi. The result is that the ceramic is not only repaired but it is still stronger than the original. Instead of trying to hide defects and cracks, These are emphasized and held, already now they have become the strongest part part. The kintsugi adds a whole new level of aesthetic complexity to the repaired parts and makes old vessels stuck even more valued that which never have been broken. Kintsukuroi It is the Japanese term for the art of repairing with gold or silver lacquer, understanding that the object is most beautiful to have been broken. Rather than that value is lost, repair ceramic creates a sense of a new vitality. In other words, the Bowl becomes more beautiful after having been broken and repaired. The proof of the fragility of these objects and their ability to recover is what makes them beautiful.
Let's take this image to the terrain of the human, the world of the contact with the beings that we love and that, Sometimes, We hurt or hurt us. How important is amending! What is important to understand that hurt bonds and the battered heart, they can be repaired with golden threads of love, and become stronger.
Kintsugi: The Japanese art of repair
The idea is that When something valuable is broken, a great strategy to follow is not to hide his fragility and his imperfection, and fix it with something that makes the Golden times: Fortress, service, virtue... The proof of the imperfection and frailty, but they are also the resilience - the ability to recover - worthy take on high.