‘Swim to the Other Shore’ – Dhammapada Navy T-shirt
“Unique and not on the high street.” J.L.
This surf inspired T-shirt captures the moment when you stand on the shoreline, board in hand watching the waves roll in. The phrase ‘swim to the other shore’ is inspired by Buddha’ teachings in the Dhammapda. It is about our unique calling to the spiritual ‘shore’ and the journey we make, within our minds, to a new awareness.
This navy T-shirt is 100% premium, organic cotton and comes with a Best Buy rating from Ethical Consumer. We’re sure this will be one of the best tee’s you ever own.
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The story of the ‘Swim to the Other Shore.’ T-shirt
The evocative, surf themed T-shirt captures the moment when you stand on the shoreline, board in hand watching the waves roll in.
The phrase ‘swim to the other shore’ is open to interpretation – to some it means quite literally swimming out to a different shore to others it is a metaphor on being independent and following your own heart. However as with all things Earthmonk there is always a spiritual meaning layered within the artwork. The phrase is inspired by the Dhammapda, a collection of sayings of the Buddha that is in verse form and is one of the best known Buddhist scriptures. We interpret this about the calling of the spiritual initiate to the ‘other shore’ where ones own unique journey of spiritual connection occurs.
- 100% Organic Cotton (GOTS – Certified Organic Cotton)
- 180 gsm weight
- Hand screen printed using water based inks
- Oeko-Tex certified (free of toxic chemicals)
- Awarded Ethical Consumer Best Buy accreditation
- Vegan friendly & cruelty free
- Earthmonk hem tag
- Made in Portugal
This T-shirt should be washed inside out on a cool cycle. Organic cotton should never see the inside of your tumble dryer, air drying is best! Never iron directly onto the hand screen printed graphics – iron the garment inside out or use a clean cloth as a barrier.