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It is a coffee life…

When I was young and driven to succeed, coffee became the key to success. Without coffee, you could not run 20 hours a day…. And I ran twenty hours a day, day in and day out for many years. Very successful and lots of coffee…

This coffee cycle is the cycle to success. I doubt you find many people driven to the top in war, business and life in general who are succeeding that do not use coffee as a crutch to keep going in a viscous circle…

Then coffee becomes that drug that keeps life going when all else fails…

Then one day you run into the wall that coffee use to help you jump over and when you miss getting over that wall, it hurts as you fall back…

That is, life slams you with heart attacks and brain tumors and diabetes and lots of other good stuff to let you know that life is worth living… 🙁

Then you try to quit coffee! A substance that you drank with unbound glee as you drove yourself to your deathbed in that Cadillac you were driving…

Then you try to stop coffee….and you come to the understanding that…

Then as you come to grips with a life without coffee is like a life without sunshine! And the realization that all the other bad garbage you did is nothing compared to that first sip of coffee in the morning. You realize that smoking, alcohol, drugs and other nasty habits are simply child’s play in comparison. For coffee is what drove you to the top and held you there…

Thus life has to have one bad thing in it. Be it hot tea, cold tea, hot coffee and or cold coffee. Life needs a pick me up. Therefore, I met it head on and worked out a reasonable agreement with coffee…

Two cups a day and that is that…. I also realized that life has too calm down and coffee is part of that…

I realized that moderation is the key! Not abstinence, not fighting against it, but simply accepting that coffee got you where you are and has been a good friend that kept you going when the times got rough, but a friend has to give when needed…

So coffee and I worked out an agreement…

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When Svetochka reads this? I want her to think about how she is dealing with hot tea. Hot tea to Svetochka is like coffee to me. Hot tea is also a caffeine drink and we just act like it is not… Hot tea in Russia is a constant drink that many Russians like British, drink all day long, nonstop…

Sveta is thinking about how much tea she drinks a day and my answer is, “Too much, but once you talk to tea and come to an understanding, you will drink less tea…”

How about four cuppas a day…

WtR

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