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Coffee Wisdom: 7 Finely-Ground Principals for Living a Full-Bodied Life

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A great cup of coffee is, in the words of the author, "the lubricant of great thoughts, conversation, and celebration." Here, Theresa Cheung has brewed up an original concept-the principles of a happy, contented life can be found right under your nose, in your coffee cup! This one-of-a-kind guidebook outlines the seven principles of coffee wisdom that are as rich, enlighte ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published November 15th 2003 by Conari Press (first published November 2003)
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Inderjit
Coffee Wisdom by Theresa Cheung is one of my favourite inspiration book.
Theresa brewed a amazing taste of life lessons using coffee as metaphor.
She graceful enhanced the taste of life with the concepts of happy and contented life.
I'm delighted to read the 7 principles of coffee wisdom. The best line says for itself "Live life to the maximum, and feel good everyday.
Must read deserve a 5 star...

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Nancy
This little book was given to me by Jim (my husband) when he returned from a trip—he knows my penchant for latte’s. The author uses the many facts about coffee as metaphor for how to improve one’s life—I like both parts. For example, Principle #1 compares reheating coffee and rehashing the past—both contribute to bitterness. And the final Principle “Drink It While It’s Hot”—obviously the best way to drink coffee, which the author compares to living in the present. Besides philosophy, the book ha ...more
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"Theresa Cheung was born into a family of psychics and astrologers. She gave her first public psychic reading at the age of 14 and has been involved in the serious study of the psychic world ever since. In addition to being a tarot reader, she has lectured and organised workshops on numerology, tarot, dreams and other aspects of the psychic world. Theresa has contributed to women's magazines such ...more
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