Making a lamp
My lamps aren't perfect. They're a bit crooked, there are little flaws here and there.
You know, I try to make each lamp as perfect as I am able to. But for me the more important qualities are the light itself, the warmth of the wood, the artistry of the paper, and the playfulness of the design.
And yes, I somehow also appreciate these little imperfections, I feel they are a part of what breathes life into the lamp.
Perhaps, in the end, perfection is found in imperfection. Maybe in the striving for perfection and always achieving imperfection, and in the acceptance, even celebration of that imperfection can be found true contentment.