A Book Project
@Blemish · 1:26

Josh Schweitzer

Hey, Josh, I got your voicemail and I'm just going to start this swell conversation with you here. As you can see, this is an open, swell cast, meaning that it is out there in the world for people to hear the process of this interview experience

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Josh Schweitzer
@bim007 · 3:05
But that is still us being critical of whether we accomplish those goals and growth is where we I think as people struggle most, but we must accept that this is who we are or are becoming in sports terms, there's at least antennas a thing about playing within ourselves. So that is where we find our perfection. The only perfection is being present in ourselves. Okay, so then let's go on and talk about creating the perfect thing, object, invention, artwork, whatever
Deborah Pardes
@DBPardes · 1:19
Wow. There are so many Nuggets and gems in what you just said. It's so helpful. And the way you frame being present is a perfection in itself in terms of being present in our lives. I have a follow up question. If you have time to answer it, it's not a question. I'm going to pause this idea and see if you can riff with it. Okay. I want to talk a little bit about because you indulge in abundance of other cultures
Swell Team
@Swell · 0:15

Welcome to Swell!

Josh Schweitzer
@bim007 · 5:00
And this also happened in ceramics, where, because of all the earthquake things, earthquake occurrences, obviously that they have in Japan, a lot of beautiful pottery gets broken. But the repair of that pottery is actually quite an art form and is considered an art form to them in that it makes those pieces quite special in that they have a life to them that is different than the other pieces of pottery around them. And they have a story that goes with that repair
Deborah Pardes
@DBPardes · 1:20

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And I know there's lots of books on mapisabi in reference to this as a philosophy. And I know I really want to bring that in a very simple way so as to not to impose itself completely on this project because I like people discovering their own kind of version of Bobby Savvy. I think that's part of this. So thank you so much. And I just love that we've had time with your voice and you and Yay. Thank you

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