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Welcome to August Moon Tea

August Moon Tea aims to bring the fresh air and sunshine from the tea field to our tea ceremony and create a peaceful and exquisite ambience for all of you.

Tea not only brings people closer but also helps us to reconnect with ourselves. It’s a natural elixir for our souls.

Category: Tao Te Ching

TaoTeChing, Lao-Tzu 14

Searching but not seeing, we call it dim.
Listening but not hearing, we call it faint. Handemade Purple Clay Tea Pet Happy Monk in Green Robe1
Groping but not touching, we call it subtle.
These three cannot be fully grasped.
Therefore they become one.
Rising it is not bright; setting it is not dark.
It moves all things back to where there is nothing.
Meeting it there is no front.
Following it there is no back.
Live in the ancient Tao,
Master the existing present,
Understand the source of all things.
This is called the record of Tao.

TaoTeChing, Lao-Tzu 11

Thirty spokes join one hub. The wheel’s use comes from emptiness. JPC0007
Clay is fired to make a pot. The pot’s use comes from emptiness.
Windows and doors are cut to make a room. The room’s use comes from emptiness.
Therefore,  Having leads to profit,  Not having leads to use.


TaoTeChing, Lao-Tzu Day 10

Can you balance your life force
And embrace the One without separation?

Jasmin Green Tea smallCan you control your breath gently like a baby?
Can you clarify your dark vision without blemish?
Can you live people and govern the country without knowledge?

Can you open and close the gate of heaven without climbing to earth?
Can you brighten the four deductions without action? Give birth and cultivate.Give birth and do not possess. Act without dependence. Excel but do not rule. This is called dark Te.

载营魄抱一,能无离乎?专气致柔,能如婴儿乎?涤除玄览,能无疵乎?爱民治国,能无为乎?天门开阖,能为雌乎?明白四达,能无知乎?生之、畜之、生而不 有,为而不恃,长而不宰,是谓玄德。

TaoTeChing, Lao-Tzu Day 9

Hold and fill it–
Not as good as stopping in time.
Measure and pound it– It will not long survive.

DSC01228smallWhen gold and jade fill the hall,
They cannot be guarded.

Riches and pride
Bequeath error.
Withdrawing when work is done: Heaven’s Tao.

TaoTeChing, LaoTzu Day 8

IMG_1081smallBest to be like water,
Which benefits the ten thousand thins
And does not contend.
It pools where humans disdain to dwell,
Close to the Tao. Live in a good place. Keep your mind deep. Treat others we. Stand by your word. Make fair rules. Do the right things. Work when it’s time. Only do not contend,
And you will not go wrong.