I don’t drink coffee, which is scandalous in the land of Starbucks, but I do drink tea. A lot. Primarily to stay warm, during the nine months of gray.
Every morning starts off with a steaming mug of Yogi Super Anti-Oxidant Green Tea (does this make me a healthy blogger?). And as the day progresses various other types of tea are consumed. Most of these teas, which tend to be Yogi or Good Earth, have little quotes on the teabag tag. (Yes, teabags. I recognize the flavor advantage of loose-leaf but it just isn’t practical at the office and so is reserved for home use.)
Many are straightforward: “When the mind is backed by will, miracles happen.”
But some, are just downright baffling. For example, this morning I received:
“The trust that others place in you is your grace.”
Come again? Is this a riddle? Is it supposed to mean if you are gracious people will trust you? Or does it mean that trust by others makes you graceful and/or gracious?
Can someone please tell me what this means?