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The Japanese tea ceremony. Foz do

is very painful what is happening in Japan and no one is free from the effects of natural disasters, Japan is a country to admire and learn from culture, with such a tragedy, no looting, theft, greed, and opportunism, one union, and power struggle to survive and move on. That we should learn from them. A Japanese brothers, our support, from every part of the world will have many prayers for you. Here is a beautiful reflection of Paulo Coelho, The Tea Ceremony.

get my editor, Maseo Masuda, I was finally invited to the traditional tea ceremony. He thinks that I will not fully understand "does not pass anything special," he repeated several times.
We're off to a mountain near Hakone, we entered a small room and sister, dressed in a kimono ritually served us tea. Only that, but everything is done with such seriousness and a daily protocol becomes a moment of communion with the Universe.
The tea master, Okakusa Kasuko, explains what happens, "the ceremony is the worship of beauty. All efforts are concentrated on the attempt to reach the perfect through imperfect gestures of everyday life. Its beauty is to respect the simple things we do, as they may lead us to God. "
If a simple meeting place for drinking tea can bring us to God, what about the other opportunities that arise every day without us noticing.

Paulo Coelho was born in Rio de Janeiro on August 24, 1947, as a writer has sold over 100 million books, including his novels is that The Alchemist has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and that been translated into 65 languages.


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