Linda's Corner: Faith, Family, and Living Joyfully

Linda's Corner - S2E15 - "From broken to beautiful" with guests Annette and Mark Anderson from "Cairn the Load"

April 06, 2021 Linda Bjork/Annette and Mark Anderson from Cairn the Load Season 2 Episode 15
Linda's Corner: Faith, Family, and Living Joyfully
Linda's Corner - S2E15 - "From broken to beautiful" with guests Annette and Mark Anderson from "Cairn the Load"
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Linda's Corner: Faith, Family, and Living Joyfully
Linda's Corner - S2E15 - "From broken to beautiful" with guests Annette and Mark Anderson from "Cairn the Load"
Apr 06, 2021 Season 2 Episode 15
Linda Bjork/Annette and Mark Anderson from Cairn the Load

Today we’re going to be talking about healing and how to create and maintain balance in our lives so we can live joyfully.  Special guests Annette and Mark Anderson from "Cairn the Load" teach a course called "From Broken to Beautiful" using the example of the Japanese art of  kintsugi (also known as kintsukuroi) where they repair broken pottery using lacquer dusted with powdered gold so that the scars actually make the pottery stronger and more interesting, beautiful, and valuable than it was before.  This is a metaphor that we can heal from our wounds to become even stronger and better than we were before.  Mark and Annette understand the process of healing from wounds from their devastating experience of losing  a son from a brain tumor.   They've followed the cairns from others who had previously trod this path of grief and loss, and now they've created new cairns for others who follow behind.   

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Show Notes

Today we’re going to be talking about healing and how to create and maintain balance in our lives so we can live joyfully.  Special guests Annette and Mark Anderson from "Cairn the Load" teach a course called "From Broken to Beautiful" using the example of the Japanese art of  kintsugi (also known as kintsukuroi) where they repair broken pottery using lacquer dusted with powdered gold so that the scars actually make the pottery stronger and more interesting, beautiful, and valuable than it was before.  This is a metaphor that we can heal from our wounds to become even stronger and better than we were before.  Mark and Annette understand the process of healing from wounds from their devastating experience of losing  a son from a brain tumor.   They've followed the cairns from others who had previously trod this path of grief and loss, and now they've created new cairns for others who follow behind.   

Visit  lindascornerpodcast.com