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Q. I'm an zealous K-Cup hater and saw that you just covered their wastefulness. But if lazy people are still going to be lazy, is a K-Cup any more wasteful than getting coffee to go in a disposable cup? K-Cups are arguably smaller but entirely shapable
At Konitz everything revolves around mugs. Konitz offers a wide assortment of coffee and tea mugs, as well as espresso, cappuccino and cafe-au-lait cups with flower, animal, artistic, modern and trendy decors. Konitz is constantly on the look-out for the newest and most "in" trends in the area of fashion, design, technology and living, in order to create new mugs. Headquartered in Germany, and founded by the Rosenthal family that created Rosenthal Porcelain, Konitz mugs and tea cups are in a category all by themselves. This mug set shows a portion of the sheet music for Vivaldi's Sonata in C minor for oboe and basso continuo. There is one 9-ounce Travel Mug and one 12-ounce Coffe Mug so you can have your favorite design "to stay or to go". One 9-ounce Travel Mug with Silicon Lid and one 10-ounce Coffee Mug. Mugs are made of porcelain and the lid is made of silicon. Sheet music of Vivaldi's Sonata in C minor for oboe and basso continuo. Dishwasher and microwave safe. A great Gift Idea.
At Konitz everything revolves around mugs. Konitz offers a wide assortment of coffee and tea mugs, as well as espresso, cappuccino and cafe-au-lait cups with flower, animal, artistic, modern and trendy decors. Konitz is constantly on the look-out for the newest and most "in" trends in the area of fashion, design, technology and living, in order to create new mugs. Headquartered in Germany, and founded by the Rosenthal family that created Rosenthal Porcelain, Konitz mugs and tea cups are in a category all by themselves. This motif has the words "Cafe Latte" printed in white in different shapes and sizes on a black background. There is one 9-ounce Travel Mug and one 12-ounce Coffe Mug so you can have your favorite design "to stay or to go". One 9-ounce Travel Mug with Silicon Lid and one 10-ounce Coffee Mug. Mugs are made of porcelain and the lid is made of silicon. "Cafe Latte" in white lettering on a black background. Dishwasher and microwave safe. A great Gift Idea.
I have a release that I’ve been telling several people recently. It’s not long, merely a short experience in my short existence that has affected me greatly. I’m sure you’ve had one of those too. I was at a coffee shop with a friend, waiting for more friends. This isn’t a cafe, no. It is a extraordinarily public and unaesthetically pleasing setting, where many food stalls are set up, and tables around. It is hot and greasy- nothing beautiful and nothing sophisticated. But yes, the coffee isn’t the watered down bumper you get in America. So imagine me sitting at a table with my friend, a guy. Nothing exceptional. we aren’t particularly close, but friends that get along well enough- even better when the uncut group was present. While conversing and waiting, a man walked by. You could tell he was slightly mentally disturbed. I don’t wish to go into details, because I could never describe him accurately, and I strike one that any way I do so will be insulting and disrespectful. Now, he came over and asked for money so he could buy himself a cup of coffee. That’s probably not even a dollar for where we were at. But I hesitated. Here comes my reasoning: Was he stable. Was he really going to use the money for coffee or for cigarettes or rot-gut. Would he ask for more. I don’t know about you, but I’ve had several youthful instances where adults reprimanded me for giving to beggers- you don’t know what they do with the money/they aren’t really working/they are dangerous/you are just making them more dependent, etc. Detective story short, I hesitated. My friend though, flustered a bit, but then he reached for his wallet, poured out all his coins and gave it to him. The man thanked him profusely and walked away. These next words made me choke up: Why. It’s just 2 dollars man. Before anything else, you should know some background about me and my friend. This 2 dollars could have meant equally as much or as little to both of us in value, and yet he could have dispensed with it so much more readily than I could. I can’t put into words completely why. I think and I think and I think about how to articulate why this affected me so much, but I just can’t. I have always hoped that I’ve been a compassionate person- I volunteer a lot, I buy tissues from old people, I always have a smile and kind word to raw-boned, and I drop some change to an unfortunate individual on the street. There were so many conditions attached to it. It made me question myself: how much of what I do in the name of compassion, was not because I was compassionate, but because I choose to cook up my characterization as such. How much of giving is because we want to be a person that gives because it is what society considers good, rather than because we instinctually have the heart to give. Or is this even as complicated as what I’m making it out to be. But nowadays charity has suit so complicated. Before we go off to do an overseas volunteering trip, we have to wonder how much of our help is beneficial and how much of it is self-serving- just because we want to feel like we are helping someone. It’s so straight to know now, what is helpful and what is not. We need people to come in and define it for us: you should do this, and not this. you should help him but not him. Conditions after conditions that make me hesitate and question myself. Ever since that short experience, I’ve tried to fluctuate myself. I’ve tried harder to be someone who can be free and generous without conditions or expectations. Make interactions about the interaction, not about the hundred and one reasons why not- just the one reason why I should. You might say, what if you were in a situation where a thousand beggars press you asking for change, what then. or in Cambodia when all the little kids are taught to surround a passerby for money, what then. Or a drunkard asking for money. Don’t put forth such queries to me because I won’t have an explanation. There is always too much to think, too much to complicate, too many exceptions and special cases. But I know that if I walked away again from an outreached hand asking for that 1 dollar change in my pocket, that 1 dollar would be too depressed for me to bear. It really was just 2 dollars. Okay I qualify: it was just 2 dollars, to me. I just had to skip an extra cup of starbucks at most.
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