Wednesday, August 28, 2013

WEAR YOUR WONDER! – Free T-Shirt Offer

To celebrate the last official month of summer, I thought about offering an all-expenses-paid trip around the world in search of wonder. Then I remembered my own mantra:  wonder's not something you have to go on a quest for; all you have to do is make room for it and it finds you—no matter where or who or what age you are.

So when it does, just to make sure it recognizes you as a genuine wonderer, here's something that will help – our own part-rebus I (eye) WONDER! t-shirt. Want one? It's absolutely free.


For your free I (eye)WONDER! t-shirt, all I ask is a moment's thought and 
an answer to this question: 

       How do you make room for wonder in your life 
       and the lives of your kids and/or grandkids? 
Send your answer(s):
  • By commenting here on this post
  • On my Facebook page (
  • On my Twitter feed (@OneMansWonder)
  • By email (
However you respond, please make sure I can get in touch with you to get your mailing address and your shirt size (kids' SM through adult XXL).

That's all there is to it. Can't wait to hear from you!
Please keep in mind that quantities/sizes are limited.  -  Sorry, but I have to limit the offer to folks with mailing addresses in the USA. -  One entry per person please.


Anonymous said...

I wonder by looking at the night sky and pondering all life on this little spec of a planet in the vast Universe and how improbable and interconnected it is. Neil Tyson said it best, "many people feel small because they're small and the Universe is big, but I feel big because my atoms came from those stars."

Shannon Churchward

Jeffrey Willius said...

Hey Shannon -- THanks for that lovely reflection. You suggest an interesting question: does being in the presence of Nature -- not just deep space, but all of Nature's wonder -- make you feel more or less significant? Hm-m-m...
I'll be in touch for size & address.

Anonymous said...

I don't think of our significance in those terms. The way I see it, if you add kindness and peace to this existence which is inclusive of all life, then our life is significant.

Jeffrey Willius said...

Hey Anonymous - I don't think I said anything about significance, though I'd certainly agree that kindness and peace are essential to a life well-lived. They're also, I believe, closely related to wonder.
So, is that how you and yours make room for wonder in your lives?

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