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I had to pause and write this one down. The perfect addition to my film and tea quote book 🙂 Arrested Development Season 2, Episode 5 “Sad Sack” 9:40 – 9:50 Lucille Bluth to her lover, Oscar Bluth (her … Continue reading
By Alexandra Hoover Recently, I had the pleasure to conduct a short interview with Master Herbalist and Nutritional Consultant, Adela Hasas, who has an inspiring and insightful way of describing the benefits of tea drinking. I am also fan of … Continue reading
We all know that the world is not perfect. However, many of us are excited by the opportunity to change our communities for the better, but don’t always feel empowered. I have a simple idea that could be attractive if … Continue reading
By: Lesley Williams You love tea. I love tea. You have probably heard that tea has lots of antioxidants that are good for you. Perhaps you are concerned with the amount of caffeine found in most tea. First of all, … Continue reading
Thursday, April 14, 2011 For as long as people have prepared and consumed tea, Camellia sinensis has been used to promote sociability and community. In fact, the process of sharing tea with another human being is sometimes a way … Continue reading
Recently, my friend’s mother gave up caffeinated tea to avoid repeated heart problems. Although she is a fan of green tea (which has less caffeine than many hot drinks), she is trying to avoid caffeine altogether. As an avid tea … Continue reading
I had the luck in one of my anthropology classes to learn about doulas – birth attendants who provide support during a woman’s labor. After listening to an enlightening presentation on how doulas can help alleviate labor pain, I became … Continue reading
In an article in the Fall 2009 edition of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Marc Lesser suggests five ways to make more of your time by doing less. To Lesser, doing less is a lot harder than most of us realize. … Continue reading
The Teahouse Fire provides an illuminating account of the lives of generations of Japan’s most important tea masters. American author Ellis Avery studied Japanese tea ceremony in the United States and Japan before writing this novel replete with fascinating details … Continue reading
Only the boldest—and most reckless—among tea drinkers have tried it. To drink it, one must possess a certain amount of confidence and savoir faire. No, it’s not some new metropolitan or socialite brew. It’s certifiably wild, rustic, and homespun—it’s the … Continue reading