I was recently translating a subtitle and I couldn't totally get the meaning of this sentence:
Coffee is something I drink every day; But I never take it for granted.
I'm not sure if she's talking about not knowing the value of it, or if she has no expectation from her coffee, or something else.
Well since it's hard to tell the true meaning of it without more context, here's the whole dialog:
Coffee is something I drink every day. But I never take it for granted. There’s always this moment when I’m holding the cup of coffee. I’m, like, grateful for it... and then there’s just this moment there that feels... sacred.