Wabi-sabi is a term of Japanese aesthetics, that says that the pursuit of perfectionism is just an illusion, and that beauty comes from ordinary, aged, and even broken things. I think we all can relate to this attitude toward our world and our lives. We are getting older every day and nobody is perfect.
And Wabi-sabi helps us to accept people, accept ourselves, and see meaning in imperfections and naturalness - as they exist in this world. I believe these concepts are universal and can be applied to all life aspects - not only design or architecture but also to relationships with ourselves.
I really like that it can be applied to all aspects of life. Not only design or architecture or everyday life, but also to relate to ourselves. We are all getting older and it’s a natural process. We are not perfect, and Wabi-sabi helps us accept ourselves, accept our bodies, and this world with its imperfections, and see meaning and aesthetics in them. It helps people admire the world by admiring its naturalness.