CASH - We Live to Honor - Limited Edition Shirt

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CASH - We Live to Honor - Limited Edition Shirt

25.00

My Family lives by a simple creed:

WE LIVE TO HONOR THOSE THAT HAVE COME BEFORE US AND TO PREPARE THE WAY FOR THOSE YET TO COME.

He is raising money for his class trip. Wear this shirt, explain it to people, live it every day.
Your Life Will Improve.
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- This creed drives every move my family makes. Every decision we make is for the LONG NOW. We think generationally, we understand our actions have consequences in the future. When I walk out the door and interact with people, I often think, how will this reflect on my parents, will people have good things to say to them about me, or will I have harmed them in some way. Sometimes it is tough to live this way, I don’t get to tell the person who cut me off in traffic what I really think about them, I don't get to get that thing I have been wanting because I want my kids to go to a great school. It is a struggle in postponed satisfaction. But as they say, Discipline Now is Freedom in the Future. I wouldn't be sitting here telling you all of this if the decisions those that have come before me did not lead me to just this moment. If my great grandfather didn't set out from Iowa to California during the great depression in a rundown model T to provide a better life for his family. If my grandparents didn't raise their children with this value if my parents didn't continue this chain if my wife and I did not leave every stable thing in our lives to move to a valley that was the best possible place to raise our children… I shudder to think about it.

This is the creed we are raising our children with. My children beg to see and be with their grandparents. They know who their great-grandparents are, though they have never met them, my children know what they believed, and what has led us to this life. They even know who their Great Grandparents are. I made this shirt for my son. He is a good boy, everyone seems to love him, he high fives the kindergartners and the middle schoolers on his way to class. I wanted him to see that we always practice what we preach. I don’t want to tell him that we do that. I want him to soak it in through his eyes. I want it to stick to his soul. He is raising money for his class trip. Wear this shirt, explain it to people, live it every day.

Wear it, and tag us in the photo. - I can't wait to show him.