There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life.
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Wu De: Tea Is the Great Connector

Wu De: Tea Is the Great Connector

Aug 5, 2017-- Zen monk and tea master Wu De shares his insights on the timeless ritual of drinking tea. Believing that tea is a 'powerful carrier' of the message of presence and loving kindness, Wu De explains tea drinking as a non-verbal transmission of sharing, listening and communicating without words, to connect all peoples -- no matter their beliefs, cultures, ages, or world-views. His tea centers, all run by donation, aim to cultivate sustainability and facilitate inner growth. Learn more about the profound meaning behind tea rituals, and how you might use them in your own life. (4837 reads)


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