Ancient Kintsugi quote
Dec 26, 2019-- Sue Cochrane is a former family court judge who sought to bring more love into the practice of law. The forces she battled were not confined to the court room -- among them, poverty, violence, addiction, abuse, a terminal diagnosis and more. In this powerful piece, she explores kintsugi -- a stunning Japanese art form in which broken pottery is repaired by filling the cracks with gold. Kingtsugi, poems, quotes, and books inspire this remarkable individual, "to find healing in a life that for a long time, was not only cracked, but broken apart -- and, in a few places completely shattered." Cochrane tells her story here as a reminder of our shared humanity, our vulnerability, and the capacity we have to heal our brokenness in beautiful ways. (17039 reads)
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There are two kinds of light - the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures.
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