There’s something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life

I’ve thought a lot about happiness lately. To me, happiness is being content with what you have and not trying to grasp for more and more and more, because in the end of the day you may end up losing what you had when you started grasping for more without realizing that what you had already made you happy, that it was what you really wanted and needed all along. That it was enough, and you lost it because you grasped for more instead of realizing that what you really wanted all along was right in front of you, and you lost this really great thing you already had because you were too busy reaching for more to see it.

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Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better copy

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One of the keys to a happy relationship is not not go to bed angry and let love in with the morning sun

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