Manifesto reads: We believe life is beauty full. We believe in daydream believers. We believe the world is our canvas. We believe honey catches more flies than vinegar. We believe kind words cost nothing. We believe in choosing love everyday. We believe these are the good old days. We believe there's no time like the present. We believe in paintings, poetry, and good music. We believe in counting blessings instead of troubles. We believe mother nature is the best artist. We believe our lives should be love letters to the world. We believe in being great and full, but mostly grateful. We believe Picasso was right: Everything you can imagine is real. We believe it's not what you have, it's what you give. We believe in celebrating life every day. We believe in rising and shining. We believe in protecting mountains and oceans and rivers and trees & all creatures great and small. We believe we are all a work in progress and patience is a virtue. We believe in brave and kind hearts. We believe there's no time to be bored in a world as magical as this. We believe in using your head and heart and hands for the good of others. We believe the best therapist has fur and four paws. We believe a beautiful thing is never perfect. We believe life should be a splendid adventure. We believe the golden rule actually works. We believe in peacemakers & story tellers & teachers & healers. We believe every day is an opportunity to make a new happy ending. Above all, we believe in putting good things into the world.
Sizes: 25" x 17", 36" x 24", 48" x 36"
Handmade in USA
To me, there are three things we all should do every day. We should do this every day of our lives. - Jim Valvano
This art print features a guitar across two panels with words that fill the space by some of music's greatest legends.
We believe life is beauty full. We believe in daydream believers. We believe the world is our canvas. We believe honey catches more flies than vinegar. - Sugarboo Manifesto
Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. - Ralph Waldo Emerson