Boba of the Spirit
Delicious and wise
This a side project inspired by my deep appreciation for two things: Boba milk tea and Galatians 5:22. The Fruit of the Spirit presents nine character traits that we should live by. One day I decided to combine these two very different concepts—I was curious about what I could come up with.
Love is two cups of milk tea sharing a sweet moment together, because two is always better than one. Love is seeing the best in another fellow milk tea drink, even if he is a little teacup instead of a big plastic one. It is also the first of the 9 Fruits for a reason, because love is the greatest of all.
Kindness is when this baby milk tea doesn’t have any toppings, and big sister milk tea offers some of her boba. Perhaps life will never be fair, but if one milk tea helps another out, they can all be delicious together. Kindness is sharing blessings with one another, which is a blessing in itself.
Goodness is authentic milk tea, brewed over a fire from rare tea leaves. The quality is undeniable—a truly good milk tea cannot be faked or rushed. Even the inexperienced can recognize goodness when presented with the choice.
Self-control is choosing the smaller sized milk tea when the larger one seems overwhelmingly tempting. Self-control is asking for no toppings when it feels easier not to. Self-control is choosing the better option for the future when the current situation is convincingly contradictory.
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