Sweet Chai of Mine

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Tea of the Day: Sweet Chai of Mine by Good Earth

Description: Take a step back for a little “you” time. With smooth vanilla and decadent maple flavor infused with traditional Indian chai spices, Sweet Chai of Mine is the perfect way to do just that

Sweet maple smell followed by the spiciness of chai. The maple smell is stronger when steeped

Liquor is a clear red-brown in the cup

Tastes like sweet maple candy, with a spicy note that blends perfectly with the smooth vanilla

Tea Rating: 5/5


Life is all about music

I don’t mean just what you hear on the radio or listen to drown out the world, though that is part of it

All of life is a song, loud and quiet, simple and complex

The beat of your heart makes up the rhythm, and all the world follows it

It sounds very human-centric to say that our heartbeats make up the rhythm of the whole world, but it’s not. Because your heartbeat alone isn’t the beat, and neither is mine. It’s all of the hearts in the world (including all the ones of the other animals we share the planet with) together that make the pulse of the world

And you can’t resist it, no one can. We walk in time to it, breathe on the upbeats, move with it.

We feel our best when in sync with the world’s pulse

You might say that we as people are above all that

But we really aren’t

We’re still driven by the sunrise and sunset (even if we are night people)

We still find peace in the stillness of early morning and comfort in the rising of the moon

Space is at a premium because there are 7 billion of us and we all want a yard

Some of us spend thousands of dollars a year to go back to nature

There are only two places that I consistently find peace, every single time:

Out walking a trail through woods and fields

And in the arms of the one that I love, listening to the shared beat of our hearts.


“You may be the only guy my age I’ve ever met who knows what bergamot is, much less that it’s in Earl Grey tea.”
“Yes, well,” Jace said, with a supercilious look, “I’m not like other guys. Besides,” he added, flipping a book off the shelf, “at the Institute we have to take classes in basic medicinal uses for plants. It’s required.”
“I figured all your classes were stuff like Slaughter 101 and Beheading for Beginners.”
Jace flipped a page. “Very funny, Fray.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Bones

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