Kintsugi living blog

Is this the end?

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Is this the end?
I'm transferring my website from WordPress to Shopify, so if you've been following my blog using WordPress tools, this is the last post you'll get from me. Subscribe or follow me on social media, if you'd like to continue to receive new blog post updates.

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How brokenness can free us

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How brokenness can free us
While places of brokenness are always painful, they also have the power to set us free from chains we didn't even know existed.

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Dying to heal

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Dying to heal
Healing is more like a resurrection or rebirth to new life than a resuscitation of an old one, and there is no resurrection without a death first.

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The three types of brokenness

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The three types of brokenness
Using kintsugi as a metaphor for life means that I talk a lot about brokenness, but that can mean different things to different people. This post summarizes the three different types of brokenness and clarifies what I mean by the word.

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The encroaching darkness

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The encroaching darkness
The broken places in our lives often come creeping in more like the darkness that encroaches on the light this time of year than like a sudden hammer blow, but that doesn't change the way we experience that brokenness or how we heal.

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