• Sep 9, 2014 9:00 pm
  • 1:29:30 mins

Matt and Jeffrey Reber talk about ways to deal with perfectionism. Jeffrey shares the difficulties that come with encouraging his own children without demanding perfection from them. There is a fine line between helping children become their best and asking too much from them. The gang talks about the idea of wabi-sabi, which is a Japanese ideal for beauty in imperfection. The gang comes up with a variety of examples where wabi-sabi may be applicable such as drawings from children and a home-cooked meal that may not look perfect but are still beautiful through their imperfections.