Wabi-Sabi by Leonard Koren is an inspiring text filled with proverbs and beautiful, full-page photographs. This book encourages creatives of all stripes (philosophers, designers, writers, etc.) to cherish the beauty of the imperfect, the impairment, and the incomplete. Koren writes: “Wabi-sabi suggests that beauty is a dynamic event that occurs between you and something else. Beauty can spontaneously occur at any moment given the proper circumstances, context, or point of view. Beauty is thus an altered state of consciousness, an extraordinary moment of poetry and grace.” In short, this book instructs readers on how to see beauty where and when they might not otherwise spot it. Talk about a guide to life enhancement!