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fromafriendofmine Feb 28
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Textile Institute Apr 30
Japanese Textiles Patched, Used, and Treasured for Generations 'Boro' meaning 'worn out'/'worthless' cloth: an early example of sustainability born of necessity are now revered historic artefacts
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Wasabi Wallet Sep 7
Join the Wasabi research club live now! We're talking about designing the user experience for , the future of ontop of !
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love coolheart Aug 24
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max hillebrand ~ 🏴‍☠️ Taproot By BIP 8 Sep 21
is a denial of service defense.
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Ramandeep Chaggar Jul 18
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Caren Stelson Mar 10
I'm enamored by the picture book Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein and Ed Young. Wabi sabi is a way of seeing the world through Japanese culture. Imperfect. Impermanent. Elusive. I'm still trying to figure it out. How about you?
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Dmitry Shishkin Apr 30
A lovely example of a typical 'top of the funnel', inspirational article. Love the combination of editorial insights and illustrations. Well done for commissioning it. 🇯🇵
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PDX Japanese Garden Apr 30
A to start your day: “Wabi” (pro: wah-bee) is a beauty that, just as nature itself, is both dark & light, sad & joyful, harsh & gentle. The beauty is not perfect - always changing and just out of reach. - makoto ueda
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Tilman Sep 4
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Wabisabiwhitegirl 1h
Melancholy: Each year at the lake, seasons, weather, elegance. Time to say goodbye.
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𝘚𝘏𝘜𝘉𝘏𝘚 ♡♚♡ May 5
Replying to @Malihasidfan
Saved this pic long back ...
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William & Wayne Feb 29
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JK Aug 27
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Airi_G Jun 15
That would be greatttttttt!!!!🔥
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max hillebrand ~ 🏴‍☠️ Taproot By BIP 8 Aug 30
Replying to @zaff__ @wasabiwallet
If you want to be cutting-edge, then translate this generalized explainer of the new protocol!
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Deborah Kay Jun 12
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.
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BMA Sep 8
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Jyoti Nainwal Jun 26
Not everyone can embrace their ugly nose.🤷 🌸
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Japan Society Talks+ Jun 28
The Japanese concept of wabi-sabi is famously hard to define. gives some examples in Japanese culture to help pin down what it really means.
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