Inspirational List

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In figuring out what to write about I’ve combined two ideas from two separate posts:

1. Make a list.

2. What/who inspires you?

Here is a list of what and who inspires me…

* My children, young children, old people, wise people, teachers

* Open-minded discussions on religion, theology, spirituality, psychology, belief systems

* Good friends, new friends, nice people

* Kindness, compassion

* Love of life, relationship, garden, writing

* Sunny days, soft breezes, water views

* Flowers – color, fragrance, silken petals

* Beauty – paintings, drawings, faces, trees, peaceful moments, smiles, hand holding

* Learning: from – books, life, strangers, friends, stories, seminars, nature, writing

* Myself – writing and publishing, introspection and analysis, traveling tough roads, starting anew every morning

Consider making your own inspirational list. Let me know what inspires you!

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About wendykarasin

I am complicated and seeking - joy and sorrow, country and city, competition and cooperation. After behavior of a gregarious nature, I require down time to refuel. My loves are children, family, friends, reading, writing, blogging, fitness, and health. I feel most alive when I stay true to my core values. Beauty makes me happy, pain helps me grow.
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8 Responses to Inspirational List

  1. I’m inspired by other people and their art. I love visiting art galleries–it tells me what’s out there, and expands my own idea of possibility. I always feel like coming back home and creating something new!

  2. wendykarasin says:

    Keep visiting galleries, Celia! It’s good to have a sense of inspiration, so we can replenish when needed. Thanks for commenting!

  3. kathleenMK says:

    I am inspired… in life… by the gifts from God I have been given. That would be my three beauties I was allowed to carry to term, the twin I miscarried and the relationships that have come, child-wise even though the connecting sperm donor is not worthy of the flesh that covers him. I am inspired by the sacrifices my son made and what that sacrifice might bring to close for others. I am inspired by the bravery of my would-be daughter-in-law. I am inspired by my other two children, my daughters, surviving this mess called life. I am furthermore inspired by the police officers and those in the D.A.’s office who fight for those wronged. I am inspired by the break of the sun through the clouds – it is called the Theophanas [God’s light] and the fact the the sun still comes up in the morning, even on days I wished it was as dark outside as I was inside.

    • wendykarasin says:

      Sounds like your belief in God has gotten you and your family through tough times. And still does. Inspiration is a gift that can help all of us when, as you say, “the sun still comes up in the morning, even on days I wished it was as dark outside as I was inside.” Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment.

  4. ckstuckey says:

    Greetings from one boomer to another!
    Love your list and the idea of making a similar list of my own. I made a list in response to one of the Writing 101 prompts (day 4, I think) and it was fun (although very different from yours), and thinking of my life in terms of what’s been lost over 65 years gave me a lot to ponder. Since today’s assignment is the second part (installment) of the “loss prompt”, I guess I should make a list of what I’ve found.
    I enjoy your blog…I’ll visit it again. (I was going to say, “I’ll be back,” but as I wrote it I suddenly felt like Arnold Schwarzenegger.)

    • wendykarasin says:

      Hello fellow boomer! Since Arnold is not my favorite person, visiting again sounds great – perhaps even following? I’m glad you enjoyed the list. I think making your own sounds good, I intend to make more of them, too. They change. I’d be interested in your pondering and the list of what you’ve found. Stay in touch and thanks for stopping by!

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