Bai Mu Dan, Rudyard Kipling, and Repentance

by Jason Walker on April 3, 2009

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It’s about honesty and reflection. Rudyard Kipling once said that after completing one of his literary works, he consoled himself with the words: “repent not.” This simple phrase prevented him from continually agonizing over the improvements and changes he could have made.

If he had known the lasting impact his work would have over generations of readers, would he have been able to leave his works alone?

A tea review on the web, while not a literary masterpiece, can also have a lasting impression.

After reflection and review, I want to give Dragon Pearl’s Bai Mu Dan overdue credit. The aroma, body, and aftertaste deserve a score of 90 instead of 80.  I don’t repent enough to change the video, but I will be adding a note to the original message to indicate the correction.

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