Many of you have been hold up in houses and apartments, trailers and cabins, working or not, but certainly not participating in life, not giving, growing or prospering within yourself; really just letting life pass you by for lack of inspiration. Many of you have not been inspired in a very long time.
For some, too long to even remember.
One of the ways to be inspired, I’ve learned over the years, is to inspire somebody else; a friend, a stranger, a husband or wife, a parent, a son or daughter, a grandchild.
We are all creators.
We are all blessed with the capacity for creation, whether it be physical, intellectual, or even social. I want to encourage you to find your muse.
If you’re a musician pick up your instrument and make some new music.
If you’re a singer, raise your voice again.
If you’re a writer, put your pen to paper.
If you’re a painter throw some color on a blank canvas.
If you’re a sculptor wet your clay and dig your fingers in.
If you have a story to tell find somebody to tell it to.
If you just enjoy being outside, plant a garden.
But find your talent once again, or even for the first time.
Find some inspiration.
And inspire someone else along the way.