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Serene Sunday – What Inspires You — 31 Comments

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  3. I am inspired by the success and happiness of others. It brings me so much LIFE and energy to see someone else doing well. It doesn’t just inspire me to do well for myself, though, it makes me want to help others get to that point of experiencing that contentment.

    • What a beautiful and unselfish idea! I am sure you will be constantly blessed because of your generous and unselfish view on life and accompishment

  4. You are so right–this is something that I realized back in February when I was thinking of some of my favorite songs as a child. I noticed that the even then the songs that I liked the most were ones that spoke of faith and perseverance. Even people that I looked up to, favorite TV shows and books–everything. And without even knowing it, I’ve held onto that as I grew older. It really is what got me through and continues to get me through life even today. I love this — thanks for sharing!

  5. On Jan 1, 2012, I had 7,000 words written in a book about the 86-87 Iowa Hawkeyes Men’s basketball team. We had a hard deadline of Feb 4, and I was about to give up. I told Roy Marble that I’d write 3,000 words that day and if they weren’t any good, I was pulling the plug.

    Well, that first day turned out okay, so I did it again. After two months of writer’s block, I’d found my stride and seemed to be able to bang out my daily word count without trouble. It was hard work, but the chapters were interesting.

    I ended up writing 45,000 words in 21 days and was sick for three of them. We launched the book at the Feb 4 Penn State game and it has done fairly well, selling over 1300 copies thus far.

    I would have never imagined I could produce at such a prolific rate, but I was wrong. It has changed my perception of my own abilities. That month continues to inspire me.

    Good post. I enjoyed it. Now, back to writing. 🙂

    • That is a nice story to hear and a great victory for you. Congratulations on a wonderful accomplishment. Thanks for sharing this story with me and with my readers.

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