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On Mar 5, 8:51*pm, Space Cowboy > wrote:
> With all due respect Wu-Wo sounds like a lot of ceremony. * I remember
> a discussion we had years ago about tea ritual. *I think you cant get
> away from it. *Its like gongfu. *The more same it is the more it is
> not. *I think in essence it is different for everybody but in the end
> you end up with a cup of tea. *I appreciate the most difference from
> the act of choosing, smell ing, brewing and drinking. *I never take it
> for granted. *My wife bought me a tea set yesterday. *This morning she
> said make me some in *your new tea set. *It was the most fun I had in
> a long while. *I thought this was the first time this teaset ever made
> tea. *It was something made by man for man. *So obvious but not so
> obvious. *Everything we do in tea is an inherent contradiction. *We
> make order out of chaos with each cup.
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> Jim
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> On Mar 4, 12:09 am, icetea8 > wrote:
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there's that 'ceremony' word again, if we look at the words in chinese
it is wu-wo gathering and or association, yes it is a ceremony/ritual,
i suggest trying the pot outside wu-wo tea ceremony style, which is
making tea outside with nature, just bring a bag, thermos, a few cups,
teapot with tealeaf, wrap up the teaware in cloths, this can be fun...
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More Wu-Wo socials less GongFu sermons.

Jim

On Mar 6, 8:50 am, icetea8 > wrote:
> On Mar 5, 8:51 pm, Space Cowboy > wrote:
> > With all due respect Wu-Wo sounds like a lot of ceremony.

....i delete me
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> > On Mar 4, 12:09 am, icetea8 > wrote:

>
> there's that 'ceremony' word again, if we look at the words in chinese
> it is wu-wo gathering and or association, yes it is a ceremony/ritual,
> i suggest trying the pot outside wu-wo tea ceremony style, which is
> making tea outside with nature, just bring a bag, thermos, a few cups,
> teapot with tealeaf, wrap up the teaware in cloths, this can be fun...
> icetea8


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