Years before we arrived on the scene, there were others who also believed in Tea Time equals Me Time.
American writer Letitia Baldrige once said, "Tea time is a chance to slow down, pull back and appreciate our surroundings". While she was of the old school ways of social etiquette, that timeless quote still holds true.
So many of us nowadays yearn for bit of class in our lives as we rush around all day everyday doing this and that. We are hip and cool and up-to-date. But lacking something.
What are we lacking? Nobody knows. But whatever it is, we never seem to be able to catch it... If you are even reading this, then you know what I mean. 100 miles and hour, and no rest stop.
Or was there: How many of us slow down, pull back and appreciate our surroundings?
Fair words worth more than their weight in gold. Let us ponder on it for a while.
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