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be inspired.jpgWhat will you allow yourself to “breathe in” today that will move you a little closer to your dreams, longings, intentions?   Here’s a look at where the word comes from:

ORIGIN Middle English enspire, from Old French inspirer, from Latin inspirare ‘breathe or blow into,’ from in- ‘into’ + spirare ‘breathe.’ The word was originally used of a divine or supernatural being, in the sense [impart a truth or idea to someone.]

When something “breathes new life into you,” it means that you are inspired!  What will it be today?

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