Coming from Japanese Zen aesthetics and philosophy, wabi sabi is about appreciating the beauty of imperfection, accepting the value of the impermanent and cultivating simplicity. A suggestive and powerful idea that offers us great vital lessons to acquire a new perspective and change our way of thinking.
Tomás Navarro invites us to be aware that the idea of success, perfection and happiness is nothing more than a chimera, an ideal in the pursuit of which we have lost our lives, ignoring the occasions when we had reasons to smile. He proposes creating a new list of priorities, which is our own and which is free of internal and external pressures. A much more realistic, natural and simple list in connection with the world and our being.
This is an inspiring and necessary book that will teach us to achieve a life that is perhaps imperfect but much richer and more serene.
Japan’s new tendency to enjoy an imperfect but still rich and simple life.
La Martinière (France).