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While we all seek for happiness, we often forget that achieving it isn't always as difficult as we might imagine it to be. Often times, happiness is closer than you think. You can find it in the simple things like a simple cup of tea.
While our daily lives are blinded by materialistic needs, we tend to forget that happiness is not about owning things. Instead it's a state of mind. When you achieve such a state, there is a high probably that you will more happy and healthy.
"You can't buy happiness but you can buy tea and that's kind of the same thing."
We don't know the author of this inspirational saying, but whoever wrote it, he/she deeply loved tea!
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Read about how tea became the second most consumed beverage in the world. From how Shen Nong accidentally discovered tea until Mongols treatened the tea culture in China, to how the East India Company monopolized the tea trade and spread tea all over the world.