The perfect is not just the enemy of the good, it's often the enemy of just getting the damn thing done already. amirite?

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Even as exacting as the Japanese are about their pottery and calligraphy, they purposely put a flaw in a perfect piece to reflect humanness in the creation. There's a word for it that escapes me.

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