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The Way of Tea: Reflections on a Life with Tea

by Aaron Fisher

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0804840326, Hardcover)

In today's world, the lives of ancient tea masters, living in mountainside huts and picking tea leaves fresh off wild plants, seem inapplicable to our hectic lives. The Way of Tea shows modern readers how you can bring this serenity to your daily life. You don't need a mountainside hut or hours for endless contemplation; just a few quiet moments with a steaming cup of your favorite tea.

Aaron Fisher, noted tea expert and author, illustrates the way of tea for modern readers. It does not need to be a somber religious ceremony, but instead can be a path to experience inner peace, to relax the ego and to allow oneself to be free and open—an excellent recipe for a life well lived.

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Aaron Fisher, noted tea expert and author, illustrates the way of tea for modern readers. It does not need to be a somber religious ceremony, but instead can be a path to experience inner peace, to relax the ego and to allow oneself to be free and open -- excellent recipe for a life well lived.… (more)

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