Every language has words for emotions. Some languages have words that don’t have very good English translations. Previously, I brought you hygge, the Danish feeling of being cozy. Now I would like to introduce you to Wabi Sabi. In Japanese, wabi sabi is the feeling that things that are imperfect and transient are beautiful. It is the acceptance of impermanence and incompleteness. It is the idea that a broken pot glued back together is equally, if not more so, pleasing than one that is brand new.