Friday, December 31, 2004

If you change one person, you change the world

How many cups of coffee do you drink daily?

If you are like most people, you probably
have 2 or 3 cups of this delicious nectar.

But have you ever wondered about the life
of coffee farmers?

Read about a man whose love of coffee
led him to a very rewarding life.

Enjoy this story and may you have a
wonderful 2005 filled with the realisation
of some of your dreams.



At Tuesday, January 04, 2005, Blogger Bradley said...

What a wonderful story.


Found you through BE

At Wednesday, February 09, 2005, Blogger weirsdo said...

Mrs. Weirsdo knows something about coffee she insists you might be interested in. There's an organization that sells "Fair Trade Coffee," charging more for better, organic coffee, paying farmers a living wage. Another coffee issue to note is shade-grown coffee. Most coffee plantations are clear-cut, eliminating migrant bird habitat but helping out their predators, snakes. Might want to check out shade-grown. Usually grown on smaller farms--better quality.


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