I first encountered Amish-made clothing on a short trip to southern Pennsylvania, and was immediately struck by the warmth of the garments. “What could this be?” I wondered, as I felt the varying textures of patchwork fabric. Overcome with curiosity, I asked some nearby community members about the nature of these clothes, and was surprised to learn that the warmth I initially felt had come from the person who made the garment. It was born out of a deep caring for the person for whom it was made, most likely a family member or close friend. The happiness and love of the creator was tangibly manifested in the end product.
I realized that in order to create a product full of warmth, I myself had to be happy.
o u r e t h o s
It starts with the person (us).
And being aware of how we’re influenced by the place(s) we inhabit.
Places defined not by walls & ceilings but by the things we choose to surround ourselves with.
The more we’re aware, the better we can choose those things.
Hyper Awareness for Hyper Contentedness.