Think of all that tuition we paid.

Yogi Tea

I’ve been drinking a lot of herbal tea lately and thoroughly enjoying all the little affirmations Yogi Tea provides. I like to brew it strong, so I get between 8-12 affirmations a day, with several repeats. This one reads, “All knowledge is within you,” but I got another “You are unlimited.” in this particular mug of Bedtime Tea.

A quick search attributed the quote to: motivational speaker Anthony j. D’Angelo, this book on magical thinking, a creepy culty page that needed translating, and Ghandi. I’ll give Ghandi a pass on this, as he holds to certain philosophical tenets I do not entirely understand; the rest of them need a little reality–

All knowledge is not within you.

In fact, it’s not even a thing, so it can’t be in a place. It’s a concept, one that’s generally encountered by being proven wrong. It’s also not in this quote, which is deliciously ironic. Almost as delicious as this Bedtime Tea.

For real, Yogi Tea makes an herbal tea that’s basically a blow to the head.

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2 Responses to Think of all that tuition we paid.

  1. Plaidfuzz says:

    Oh, but loose leaf tea is so much tastier!

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