The response to our “If you can’t SEE the Sunshine, BE the Sunshine” T-shirt was so positive that when I saw these brightly colored pens on sale, I knew exactly what I wanted to put on them. They are little drops of optimism and sunshine you can carry in your pocket.
Amanda Gorman’s magnificent inauguration poem, “The Hill We Climb” ended with these unforgettable words:
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it.
If only we’re brave enough to be it.
Instantly, the idea of BEING the light we want to see entered the nation’s consciousness and spread like, well, like sunshine. It gave us all hope at the beginning of a time of transition. That makes these pens a conversation piece that can spark truly meaningful and uplifting conversations.
And since the imprint includes the words “The Baha’i Faith” you can guide the conversation whichever way you like.
These are ballpoint pens with smooth-writing black ink. They have a rubber grip and click action retractable tip. The barrel comes in three cheery colors that make you think of spring and sunshine. They will make you feel sunny when you write with them, and even better when you spread the sunshine to a friend. They will then think sunny thoughts about you every time they use them.
This theme is also available on a tote bag or garden flag.
Sold individually or in packs of six assorted colors (2 each).