With Luwuh in the middle of the eighth century we have our first apostle of tea. Thus the tea-master strove to be something more than the artist,--art itself.
Sad as it is, we cannot conceal the fact that in spite of our companionship with flowers we have not risen very far above the brute. It was known in France inand reached Russia in If you have a living flower, a painting of flowers is not allowable. The tea- masters collected only objects which fell strictly within the measure of their individual appreciation.
Our ancient noble edifices, whether secular or ecclesiastical, were not to be despised even as regards their mere size. To the latter-day Chinese tea is a delicious beverage, but not an ideal.
The new seeds which he carried home were successfully planted in three places, one of which, the Uji district near Kioto, bears still the name of producing the best tea in the world. The tea-master, Kobori-Enshiu, himself a daimyo, has left to us these memorable words: Findings — In hindsight it can be seen that many of the original predictions, made at the dawn of the Internet era, have not become a reality: The tale will not be without its quota of instruction and amusement.
He sang of nature and the seasons, of high mountains and flowing waters, and all the memories of the tree awoke! Since then Teaism is fully established in Japan.
Nay, we had something worse against you: The adoration of the flower for its own sake begins with the rise of "Flower-Masters," toward the middle of the seventeenth century.
It is the spirit of Cosmic Change,--the eternal growth which returns upon itself to produce new forms. It claims that through consecrated meditation may be attained supreme self-realisation. The host will not enter the room until all the guests have seated themselves and quiet reigns with nothing to break the silence save the note of the boiling water in the iron kettle.
It has not the arrogance of wine, the self- consciousness of coffee, nor the simpering innocence of cocoa. One of the first requisites of a tea-master is the knowledge of how to sweep, clean, and wash, for there is an art in cleaning and dusting.
It was this Zen ritual which finally developed into the Tea-ceremony of Japan in the fifteenth century. Several of his pupils submitted plays for his approval, but only one of the pieces appealed to him.
These were matters not to be lightly ignored, for until one has made himself beautiful he has no right to approach beauty. A writer in the middle of the last century said he could count over one hundred different schools of flower arrangement.
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