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Charles Lamb, a professed devotee, sounded the true note of Teaism when he wrote that the greatest pleasure he knew was to do a good action by stealth, and to have it found out by accident.

For Teaism is the art of concealing beauty that you may discover it, of suggesting what you dare not reveal.

The whole ideal of Teaism is a result of this Zen conception of greatness in the smallest incidents of life.

The ideals of Teaism have since the sixteenth century influenced our architecture to such degree that the ordinary Japanese interior of the present day, on account of the extreme simplicity and chasteness of its scheme of decoration, appears to foreigners almost barren.

The birth of the Art of Flower Arrangement seems to be simultaneous with that of Teaism in the fifteenth century.

The ideals of Teaism have since the sixteenth century influenced our architecture to such degree that the ordinary Japanese interior of the present day, on account of the extreme simplicity and chasteness of its scheme of decoration, appears to foreigners almost barren.