At the Tea Garden, By Margaret Hasse

from today's Writer's Almanac My friend and I mull over the teas displayed in square jars with beveled glass labeled by type. Each name seems part of a haiku: "After the Snow Sprouting." "Moon Palace." "Mist Over the Gorges." I'm drawn to green teas with unoxidized leaves that don't wither, hold their grassy fragrance like... Continue Reading →

"Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages." ~ Thomas A. Edison

Take care of yourself and each other. Take care of your father and your mother because they’re the only ones you’ll ever have. Take care of your brothers and sisters, they, too, are unique to you and will usually be there when you need them most, just as you should be there when they need... Continue Reading →

“When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.” ~ Haruki Murakami

Light | cjzurcher

From a spark to a flame. Was it a spark that caused all this? The Sun? The suns beyond our own? Or two sticks being rubbed together By two gods somewhere out there, or two worshipers -- Beyond our solar system, beyond our galaxy, Beyond what we call the universe -- somewhere some say it... Continue Reading →

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