Newest Design! Shirts drop end of February!
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“The truth is most men are broken at birth and broken even further at childhood and that is an inevitable fact of his existence. Any glimmer of hope in his eyes masks behind it some dark and painful confusion. If he’s got some leanings for a purpose and a bit of fire in his belly he just might light an inferno onto a pathway for others to follow. If he never gets a single ember alighted what little life there is in him will turn into ashes and then his heart into dust. Home and memory are never campgrounds for his escape, instead the answer to the puzzle that puts him together ultimately lies outside of his heredity, and in fact resides deeper and darker down some roads. First he has to accept that his actions have consequences and life will give him some bitter lessons, but if he can learn to work outside of his constant limitations he will learn to outflank struggle, and even come to accept that it isn’t the blood in his veins that defines him instead it is virtue and enterprise”~Michael Kurcina
Don’t get stuck in old think patterns. You can break out of old ways. I know it because I’ve done it, but it isn’t easy. Own your mistakes and move on. Life sometimes is pretty tough but if you can navigate around those roads of war inside your heart you just might find a new and good track to follow.
If we are out of stock we will have more products coming in usually NO more than 2 weeks from the date you ordered (usually 7 to 10 days). Some items must be in season before they can be ordered such as hoodies (usually Winter time). All orders come with one free, cool Spotter Up Sticker.
Spotterup promotes the idea of the classical “whole” man found in ancient texts. For our modern day he is the GUNFIGHTER, WRITER, WILDMAN, MONK: Man of Action, Man of Intellect, Man of Emotion, Man of Spirit. This shirt is part of our MONK series. Expect to see many more designs under this archetype.
Consider the Athenian ideal of a balanced education. From the book Greek Realities: Life and Thought in Ancient Greece, By Finley Hooper “They could play some flute but should not neglect wrestling.” They avoided the excesses of life. They might focus on music or philosophy but spent enough time so that their bodies did not become soft.”