People have long known coffee. This stylish drink is always associated with successful people, creativity, and a beautiful life. It is awarded with the best epithets: divine, enchanting, magical, breathtaking. It must be noted that it is all about natural coffee.
It occupied the thoughts of wise people who were able to express their aspirations, or rather, "coffeerations." Therefore, it was deservedly awarded with many statements that became aphorisms.
“The best drink is coffee. The best coffee is espresso. The best espresso is double espresso.” (Robert De Niro).
Many creative people, politicians, businessmen, and philosophers become coffee lovers. Why is this drink so attractive? There are some reasons:
It invigorates and awakens energy.
It is a scientific fact that the coffee substances contribute to increased efficiency, concentration, and memory. Coffee also improves well-being and increases physical endurance.
“Strong coffee, much strong coffee, is what awakens me. Coffee gives me warmth, waking, an unusual force and a pain that is not without very great pleasure.” (Napoleon Bonaparte)
“Coffee should be drunk at any time and place, at any opportunity, it turns existence into life.” (Coco Chanel)
“Coffee in the morning is a weapon of mass resurrection!” (John Lasseter)
It reconciles with reality.
Many coffee lovers note that you should drink your favorite beverage before important, responsible, or not very pleasant things – after this, everything falls into place, and calm and confidence grow. Even the anticipation of relaxation with a cup of coffee can cheer up.
“As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?” (Cassandra Clare)
“In life, as in a cup of coffee, there is both the sweetness of sugar and bitterness of thick. No matter how you filter, without them, coffee is not coffee.”(Elchin Safarli)
“If a person has a can of coffee, it means he has not completely died yet, he will live out for a while...” (Julio Cortazar)
“The taste of coffee calms me and reconciles me with life, it returns the ever-eager solid ground under my feet and gives life at least some semblance of meaning” (Max Fry)
It reduces stress and relaxes.
Coffee contains antioxidants, B vitamins, polyphenols, which inhibit the excitation of nerve cells, and, of course, theanine, which stimulates the production of the hormone of joy. All this makes the product a good antidepressant. Its opponents argue that the effect is temporary and short-term. But the same can be said about any drugs: unfortunately, their effect is temporary and short-term. There is nothing more permanent than temporary in life, so it is better to moderately consume the natural product than little-studied chemicals.
“Give me my coffee and no one's gonna get hurt!” (Penelope Garcia)
“Coffee ritual is a variation of morning meditation.” (Lyudmila Ulitskaya)
“If you don’t start the day with a cup of fresh coffee, then why wake up...” (Joseph Brodsky)
“Coffee is the drink of resurrection. It resurrects!” (Ronald Reagan)
At all times, doctors agreed that coffee was good. Such authoritative opinions should be trusted. Moderate consumption of the drink dilutes blood, lowers blood pressure, and makes blood vessels more elastic. Better mood is an invaluable effect of the drink, because "all diseases come from nerves."
“Coffee cleanses skin, eliminates puffiness, and also gives the whole body a great aroma.” (Avicenna).
“This drink strengthens the womb, helps the stomach to digest food, cleanses the clogged inside, and warms the stomach.” (Carl Linnaeus).
“Coffee easily cures hundreds of types of diseases and is similar to divine sweet dew in its effect.” (Lee Roy)
“Coffee may not be an all-healing elixir, but it’s very close to that.” (Jim Hanson)
It stimulates the flow of thoughts.
Caffeine invigorates the brain, helps become more organized, and reduces forgetfulness. Coffee lovers see differences and changes and perform intellectual tasks better.
“As soon as coffee is in your stomach, there is a general commotion. Ideas begin to move…similes arise, the paper is covered. Coffee is your ally and writing ceases to be a struggle.” (Honore de Balzac)
“Coffee has a truly amazing ability to open your eyes to things that you could not have noticed before, therefore it is impossible to learn the truth without it.” (Le Corbusier)
It inspires creativity.
Creative people are the most grateful army of coffee lovers. They did not only describe coffee ceremonies in their works – many of them “sang odes” on the review page to liters of coffee, inspiring and directing thoughts in the right direction during the creation of the piece of work.
“For inspiration, I need only an open piano, silence, and a cup of coffee. Out of the smell, music will be born, silence will let me hear it, and the piano will bring it to life." (Johann Strauss)
“Coffee is a creativity lighter.” (Margaret Thatcher)
"Today, having drunk coffee in the morning,
I felt wonderful peace;
It’s funny: I know I will die,
But there is no faith in that.” (Igor Guberman)
It invites to conversation and frankness.
Coffee made for someone is a sign of care. A conversation over a cup of a wonderful, warming, and relaxing drink will help the interlocutors communicate more sincerely and better understand each other.
“Coffee is not a drink. It is about long cozy conversations, pleasant meetings, and nice dates; it's a cheerful morning and a soft milky evening, coffee is the mood. The mood to live!” (John Lasseter).
“Coffee is an excellent topic for conversation at the first acquaintance and a faithful companion in any life situation.” (Placido Domingo)
“How much in our life begins with an invitation to a cup of coffee!” (quote from the Internet)
“There is no greater love potion than regular coffee, brewed his own. When a man tries it, he was not going anywhere.” (Sophia Loren)
It improves the performance at work.
There are no bans on coffee and coffee breaks in the offices of the most famous companies. Any smart boss would admit that most employees perform much better with a cup of coffee than without it. Therefore, coffee machines and, of course, “His Majesty coffee” are full members of business teams from the Major League. This is justified: coffee makes employees more creative, courageous, and, accordingly, brings more revenue to the company.
“You can do anything for coffee. Even work.” (Bill Gates)
“Coffee and the word “must” are the only two things that can make me wake up ...” (Thomas Aquinas)
“We want to do a lot of stuff; we're not in great shape. We didn't get a good night's sleep. We're a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup.” (Jerry Seinfeld)
It is the best thing to do during a break at work and at home.
Everyone needs a moment during the day to "let the whole world wait." No matter what the job is. An office worker, a housewife, a builder, and a courier all need some rest. After all, they need to be efficient until the end of the working hours. What gives the best rest? Yes, it could be some sleep. But what if there is no way to sleep? Then it's coffee.
“- Come on. We'll get some coffee and you can talk.
- What? We're working!!
- Everyone should take the time for a coffee” (From the movie “My Life in Ruins”)
It makes people happy.
“Coffee is just happiness and this happiness can be drunk...” (Immanuel Kant)
“Coffee is the common man's gold, and like gold, it brings to every person the feeling of luxury and nobility.” (Abdelkader)
“It’s so great to stand at the window with a cup of coffee in the mornings and to catch yourself thinking that it’s wonderful to live... Well, hello, crazy world!” (Jean Baudrillard)
All the quotes clearly demonstrate how important the moment of unity with coffee is for creative, thinking, and common people, and how they are grateful to it.Besides, do not exaggerate the effect of coffee on mental health. The truth is in solitude and the ability to take a break. This is the right state for the right decisions and creative ideas. Take a break, enjoy the aroma and taste of coffee. You will succeed!