Kathryn's Reviews > The Way of Tea and Justice: Rescuing the World's Favorite Beverage from Its Violent History

The Way of Tea and Justice by Becca Stevens
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really liked it

While I agree with another book below that I had hoped for more history woven into the spiritual story and maybe structure wasn't perfect, that almost reinforced the reality and spirituality of the book. Rev. Becca Stevens is an active priest actually doing all of this, and while maybe the perfect book would have been a bit different it was a snapshot of her life and their mission. As a religious millennial, it was inspiring and perhaps even more so through the book's imperfections. I made a semi-ritual of reading a chapter when I woke up or before I went to bed - often with a cup of tea, and reading it that way offered me I think the most out of its spiritual character while downplaying the structural deficiencies.

Beautiful. Truly, worth your time.
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Reading Progress

January 30, 2016 – Started Reading
January 30, 2016 – Shelved
January 30, 2016 –
page 55
22.92%
February 15, 2016 –
page 110
45.83%
February 19, 2016 –
page 140
58.33%
February 26, 2016 – Finished Reading

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