The golden repair!
In Japan, there is a winter practice for hundreds of years. The Japanese called the repair work “Kintsugi” when a piece of pottery was smashed.
This word is a combination of two Japanese words: “Kin” means golden, and “Tsugi” means repair.
The combination of these two words means “Kintsugi” which means to repair something after it has been broken – gold repair!
As a result of this practice, when a broken pottery is repaired, this repair process is one of the most important in the history of the vessel.
When the item is broken, it will be repaired in three ways.
1) The strength increases,
2) The price will increase,
3) The beauty increases.
If there is a past experience in your life that has broken your heart and hurt your feelings, if you are still going through the same experience and you will go through a broken experience in the future, do not forget this Japanese repair process.
Unless you give up on yourself, you will be repaired.
But after you are repaired, you will be stronger than before, you will be more valuable and more beautiful than before.
Keep in mind, however, that repair takes time. Do not forget that repair requires a determination to move forward, trusting in the Creator.