There it sits, bright and beautiful, on the dining room table holding fresh flowers, or in the china cabinet waiting for a company meal. The pot is finished. But what would happen if this beautiful finished pot were dropped? Even at this point in the process, the potter can still make things right. Undaunted, he prepares a clean, smooth surface and arranges the shards of the shattered pot in a pattern, gluing each piece into place and working grout in between the cracks. From broken shards he creates another thing of beauty—a mosaic. Broken tea cups, dinner plates, soup bowls, vases—all can take part in the miracle of redemption, joining old scraps together to create something of beauty and great worth. There is no raw material, no accident, no broken pieces, that the potter can’t redeem. Because no matter what, he is never, ever daunted.