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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful.
What a sticker!
This sticker changed my life. I used to get up in the morning and feel mad. Another day of drone drudgery, working for the man for a measly pittance, watching my life slip away, wondering "What is the meaning of it all?" Then I bought this sticker, and put it on my mirror in the bathroom, so that when I wake up it is one of the first things I see. I now know that every day is worth living. I feel...peace. I sense the grand scheme of things, the seasons unfolding, and I know that there is A Plan. Thank you, Dan Morris. I have your calendar, too, and both of these items make me smile, and remind me that life is worth living. I now stop and smell the flowers on the way to work. I hug dogs and babies along the way. I feel the warmth of the sun on my face, butterflies land on my outstretched hand, and life is good. I'm going to tell everyone about this sticker.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Precise visualization of my inner world.
By Lana Nudelman
The design of this window sticker has caught my eye and captured me the minute I saw it. There was no contemplating at all! It portrays the inner quality of my world so precisely, it almost hurts. As far as the quality goes, it's as good as it gets. Just the right density, sturdy, the colors don't fade, the size is perfect. The only thing - I wouldn't recommend placing it in the middle of your rear car window if your car has a rear wiper. With time, it ruined mine and scuffed the edges. But I have ordered the same one again, this time, placing it away from the wiper!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful. See all 250 customer reviews...
Lovely to look at, plus saves lives . . .
I purchased this beautiful sticker initially to put on my car, but after receiving it and staring at its loveliness decided to put it to better use. It now sits at eye level on my sliding glass patio door where anyone can see it and avoid a head-on collision with the sparkling glass door. It's at adult eye level, and I'm thinking about getting another one for child's eye level. Usually, though, the kids see the adult level sticker and figure it out pretty quick. I hope that this year's family BBQ will be more enjoyable and less dramatic now that everyone can SEE where the glass door actually IS.