What is redemption?
How would one define redemption?
People said it is an act of where God saves His people from the world of sins. Some defined it as an exchange of valuables for gold. Others see redemption as the next step after repentance.
Is there redemption after;
How does redemption begin and how does it end?
Will the done deed of redemption be engraved only upon the heart of the performer? Or, will it also touch the hearts of the audience altogether?
Will trust and open-heart emerge once the deed is performed? Or will the genuine performance end as a failure?
A human heart is as fragile as their trust; despite how their physical features look like, it can beat the fastest over a trivial matter and disheartened from just a few spoken words.
Like a well-crafted pot where a small pond of koi resides, was then tossed away by their owner because they no longer hold any value. They gasped for air, struggling to remain alive even though they were left with no place to call home. The struggle of the poor water creatures caught the attention of a young, kind soul. Every cold heart that is full of distrust was once a warm Soul.
The fragments of the pot were gathered and patched back by the inexperienced hands of the very soul. It was crooked but not a single piece was left behind, giving the dear lives a home once again. It was an imperfect beauty, that is well-praised as one of the arts of kintsugi, as it gives the koi another chance to live under a caring hand that promised them a long-lasting life.