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SPIRIT Posters

Premeditated with Simplicity . . . by Sarah Kelzenberg

My posters are 8-1/2" by 11" and are available framed or unframed. The frame is simply glass with a hard back and clamps, which also serve as the hanging device. The posters are printed on card stock or on specially-designed paper.

The cost for each poster is: Unframed:$1.50, including postage
Framed:$14.00, including postage

You can order posters by sending me an email at eskelz@wbhsi.net listing the posters you would like to purchase and specifying the quantity and your method of payment.

If this is a gift, add the name and address of recipient and your e-mail message. I will wrap the poster(s) in a lovely bow and enclose your message on a gift card when I mail it.

I will send you an email when your poster(s) are mailed.

You can pay via PayPal, unframed:
or framed:
-- or send a check to:Sarah Kelzenberg
10922 E. Sunnydale Drive
Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248, USA
Our true home
"Our true home"   Thich Nhat Hanh
Death is really nothing at all
"Death is really nothing at all"   Cannon Scott Holland
"Courage"   Jim Wallis
When you listen
"When you listen"   Rachel Naomi Remen
This moment is a gift
"This moment is a gift"   Anonymous
What lies within you
"What lies within you."   Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is my simple religion
"This is my simple religion"   Dalai Lama
Reach, refuse to fall down
"Reach, refuse to fall down"   Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Just Be
"Just Be"   Kobi Yamada
What cancer cannot do
"What cancer cannot do"  
If we look at the path
"If we look at the path"   Native American
Everything we need
"Everything we need"   Author unknown
Choosing simplicity
"Choosing simplicity"   Henry David Thoreau
And if I leave this earth
"And if I leave this earth"  
Two wolves
"This moment is a gift"   Author unknown
Oh God whose great arms
"Oh God whose great arms"  
Make peace
"Make peace"   Nelson Mandela
Each breath we take
"Each breath we take"   Thomas Merton
The deeper that sorrow
"The deeper that sorrow"   Kahlil Gibran
"Attitude"   Bernice