When was the last time you felt happy? Is there a way to stop for a moment the endless race we are in, learn to truly experience life, and make it better? The answer is: yes. And for that you should get to know Wabi Sabi. The theory of Wabi Sabi was born hundreds of years ago in Japan, but the term itself is difficult to define. It is a way of looking at the world and recognizing the magic that lies in the simple, natural and existing. Knowing how to enjoy a perfect moment in an imperfect world, in places, in objects, in people. In a series of simple steps, Beth Kempton's book lays down the principles of Wabi Sabi, and teaches us to let go of the pursuit of perfection and to feel satisfied in all areas of life: * How to arrange the house according to the heart * Preserve the relationship with a space of love * Look with new eyes at the career journey * Listen To nature also in the middle of the city * and to find the moments of magic that we simply forgot are there Beth Kempton, a hypnologist and life coach, is a Brit who fell in love with Japan and Wabi Sabi. Since its publication, her book has been translated into dozens of languages.