Did you ever think about coffee as something that can slow us down?
David [Blanchard], when he looks at a cup of coffee, when he smells the dried coffee berries roasting, when he rolls the beans between his fingers, sees something different. He sees the result of hours of careful labor, the work of sun, rain, and a farmer’s hands, and of his own—and maybe, when the coffee’s poured, the chance of a few minutes of peace in the middle of a hectic day. For him, making coffee means making time.
Over at The High Calling, Reid Echols points us to the high calling . . . of coffee. The link is short, and includes a video.