Don't say that I haven't bought you any gift these years, I have already given you the most precious of mine - myself. Alright, in this special day, I additonally brought you a flower from our garden. Hey, I'm not stingy, it's unique! I put an effect on it to make it special. See the difference, didn't you?flower
I know you prepared to pay for the job when you approached my business. But I really felt happy to help without asking for any return; even you were just a stranger to me.
I trust my instinct. Somehow it guides my every move. My instinct told me that I admired your ambition and courage in doing what you love regardless of cost and effect, efforts and returns.
So don't thank me. I just help myself to ease my empty soul with a minor support to other's ambitions, despite the fact that I don't have the guts to fulfill mine.chair, school
This site has been a sub-domain to my business website "Coffee or Tea Creation" for a long time. And now it has grown up with its unique character and assets. Wing and I have noticed that it's time to give it an independent life.
"Coffee or Tea" is all about choice. As an extension of this concept, we name this site "Coz We Care". Choice and care have been the attitude and motto of our existence in the world. Without this foundation, everything is just empty-hearted.Coz we care, we look at things differently.
"Coz we care", today you start your own journey.new, born, tree, anniversary
I would like to share out a quote which I came across from my readings. This quote has aroused me a deep thought:
If tomatoes wanted to be melons,
they would look completely ridiculous,
I am always amazed
that so many people are concerned
with wanting to be what they are not;
what's the point of making yourself look ridiculous?
You don't always have to pretend to be strong,
there's no need to prove all the time that everything is going well,
you shouldn't be concerned about what other people are thinking,
cry if you need to,
it's good to cry out all your tears
because only then will you be able to smile again."
Original Japanese poem from Mitsuo Aida (1924-1991),
excerpt from "Like the Flowing River" by Paulo Coelho