“Inspired by the Mystery” Mini-Sticker
ROOT CONCEPTS progressive Mini Stickers measure approx. 3 x 3 inches and are printed on high quality outdoor vinyl.
Our bumper stickers encourage freedom of speech, a healthy diet, a political voice, and the beauty of nature and spirituality. Let the world hear your voice with one of these bumper stickers!
Do these qualify as yoga stickers?
The answer to that question depends on whether you think of yoga as
simply a series of physical postures, or if you consider the spirituality
of yoga a way of life. For those who consider it a way of life, the
mysteries of the universe have everything to do with yoga, and the spirituality
that makes life such a great adventure.
Who are we? Why are we here?
How did matter arise out of nothing? How did the first single-celled
organisms come to be alive? And how did the reflective human mind arise
out of life? These are timeless philosophical questions, and ones you
wont find encapsulated by many other yoga stickers or spirituality
Where do we go when we die?
Is nature or nurture more important? Do we have free will? The list
of philosophical questions goes on and on, and encapsulating every element
of life and spirituality. In essence, though, there really is only one
question, with a million ways for us to ask it: What does it mean
to be human?
These stickers are a great
way to remind people that despite the mundane, everyday details of life,
were living in the midst of vast and timeless philosophical questionsand
that being inspired by the mystery is what true spirituality is all
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“Mystery creates wonder
and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.” -Neil Armstrong
“Without mysteries, life would be very dull indeed. What would
be left to strive for if everything were known?” -Charles de Lint
“The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the
universe, to match your nature with Nature.” Joseph Campbell
“The eternal mystery of
the world is its comprehensibility.” Albert Einstein
After sleeping through a
hundred million centuries we have finally opened our eyes on a sumptuous
planet, sparkling with color, bountiful with life. Within decades we
must close our eyes again. Isnt it a noble, an enlightened way of
spending our brief time in the sun, to work at understanding the universe
and how we have come to wake up in it? This is how I answer when I am
asked — as I am surprisingly often — why I bother to get up in the
mornings. Richard Dawkins