Observation from The Wabi-sabi House: the Japanese art of imperfect beauty
They provide a tactile meditation almost impossible to find anywhere else.
“They” are “[t]he arts of spinning wool, making pottery, and weaving baskets”. They are “more than just wabi-sabi items for your house.” They provide.
Something here is elevated: process. Such elevation makes meditating upon the found item such as a simple stone a sort of challenge to involvement. That which I have made, that which I have placed. The difference vanishes in the meditation.
And so for day 168