114 | the glass is already broken

Peace of Chaos: a podcast by Matt Neal

11-01-2024 • 24 mins

Kintsugi is a centuries-old practice that involves beautifying cracks in broken objects to show their history. The philosophy behind kintsugi is that broken objects are not worthless and their brokenness can be seen as a part of their history and beauty.

In Hawaiian culture, mana is a sacred term that refers to spiritual energy and strength. It can be present in both people and objects. Hawaiians believe that mana can be gained or lost through actions. They also believe that mana is both internal and external.

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