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Reader's Digest Asia Pacific - - Contents - Beth Kemp­ton (HACHETTE) COMPILED BY KATHY BUCHANAN

Wabi Sabi ( wah-bi sah-bi) is the some­what hard-to-de­fine Ja­panese phi­los­o­phy of en­sur­ing you see beauty in sim­plic­ity, the or­di­nary and im­per­fec­tion. The idea is if you change the way you per­ceive the world, you will be hap­pier. It’s a Zen and tra­di­tional phi­los­o­phy which is easy to in­cor­po­rate into ev­ery­day life. From de­clut­ter­ing tips to how to con­nect with na­ture, setting the per­fect pace for your life and more, it’s a light and fas­ci­nat­ing read that may help to cre­ate a pos­i­tive shift in your life. With so many of us search­ing for a way to be hap­pier, this is a thought­ful gift for any­one search­ing for the sim­ple life.

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