World OMs are the hearts of our heritage. They carry the secrets of families across the world and always celebrate the traditions that make life special. World OMs tend to smile brightest when they are inspiring a child by sharing their stories filled with amazing adventures and life in their country. They are explorers by nature, curious about everything. As they travel the world their hearts and minds open up to the beauty of everyone they meet and everything they see. From there, they whisper wonderful stories into the world. If you listen closely you can hear them and perhaps learn a bit more about other countries and their cultures.
World OMs constantly remind us that every culture is significant and unique.
No Culture Is Separate From Another ~ We Are All Connected™
OM®, Moon-born Omniscient Marvels, here to lighten up the everyday and to raise our consciousness, help us understand a universal philosophy:
Together they make a beautiful gold heart that emanates joyful, loving energy. But love’s energy is constant, so even when they are apart, they remain connected...and just as powerful.
One OM is for you, and the other OM is for someone who holds a special place in your heart. When the time comes to give it away, you will know. Whether they are close by or very far away, these Totally Infinity OMs symbolize one simple, beautiful truth: Connection lasts forever… And distance can never separate two hearts.
An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break.
This story will come with your purchase on a 3x5 card, it makes a nice keepsake.
By purchasing these OMs, you are directly supporting the children receiving treatment in Monterrey, Mexico while helping to spread DIPG awareness.
DIPG | Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma is an inoperable tumor of the brainstem most frequently diagnosed in children ages 4 - 11. It affects the part of the brain responsible for vital life functions, and is almost always fatal. It's estimated that 4,000 children worldwide are diagnosed with DIPG every year.