International Coffee Day: October 1st

International Coffee Day: October 1st

Why do you drink coffee? Do you really love the taste or could it be that there is another reason why you drink it? Do you need it to get through your day because you are feeling exhausted or is there something else? When you take an honest look at why you drink it, it may surprise you that it could be for a totally different reason than you first thought.

International Coffee Day is a worldwide annual event celebrated by many countries on various dates throughout the year, the majority of whom note October 1st as the day to celebrate the enjoyment of coffee, one of the most consumed beverages in the world. This day is also used to promote Fair Trade coffee and to raise awareness of the poor conditions for the coffee farmers.

"Should coffee not be enjoyed rather than needed? There is nothing wrong with enjoying an occasional cup of coffee, or tea for that matter. It is not natural however, when it is needed. How can a stimulating drink be so desperately needed? Is there not something wrong with the way we are, the way we live and let ourselves be, when a stimulant is needed to get us out of bed and through the day? The author is here not being critical of any one industry, it is just a matter of putting energetic truth ahead of the ill accepted forms and customs that are in-truth hurting us."

Serge Benhayon The Way of Initiation, p 196

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Do you need or love your coffee?

When we start being honest we see things from a completely different angle.

"If you need coffee – admit that you are tired and or perhaps exhausted and that you need a stimulant to get you by. Seek the root of why you are tired and or exhausted."

Serge Benhayon The Living Sutras of the Hierarchy, p 156

"Real intelligence will not say – ‘I love coffee’. It is impossible to love an enemy of the body. Know what love truly means and know what caffeine truly does to the body and real intelligence will emerge, well, at least on that topic."

Serge Benhayon Time, Space and all of us, Book 1 – Time, p 304

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