By: Celine Santini
It is quite a self-help book that wouldn’t encourage you to practice the art form of Kintsugi. Instead, it directs the life journey of broken pottery, which cleanses, grooms, and heal by applying gold at cracks. It gives the idea that hope is a powerful thing, and Kintsugi has the power to mend the scars that would take the hope otherwise.
Furthermore, this 2019 Golden Nautilus book award winner becomes a therapy metaphor for people going through rough patches in their lives. This book offers generous help to heal, overcome wounds, and embrace scars to get back on the life track.