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Inspiration is a powerful fire that burns on the inside

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Common sense would tell you that itís difficult to be positive and inspired when the circumstances of your life are negative or painful or disheartening. Yet it is at precisely those times that inspiration can be the most beneficial.

Certainly there are many things in life that can lead you and prompt you to be inspired. However, even without any positive factors in the outside world, you can be positively inspired.

Inspiration is a powerful fire that burns on the inside. Sometimes thereís nothing else to ignite that fire, so you must do it yourself.

Sometimes lifeís experience doesnít validate or encourage your most deeply held values. But thatís not any reason to abandon those values.

Instead of always depending on the world to inspire you, choose to be a brilliant, positive source of inspiration yourself. The spark of inspiration must begin somewhere, so if life seems to lack inspiration, let that spark begin with you.

The most reliable way to be inspired is to be inspiring. Feel the simple, yet profound joy of being, and let your positive spirit shine a light that lifts up all those around you.
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    Amen to that! We are responsible for our own motivation and there is nothing like a bit of positive mental attitude to get the result!
    best wishes for a result to match your efforts
    1658 days ago
  • K-PO110
    Well written and a great message. Thank you so much for this!
    1659 days ago
    "Positive spirit" - very inspiring words! When people ask, "How are you?" Give a positive answer - "Wonderful! " "Terrific!" "Great!" You will start to feel better about yourself.
    1659 days ago
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