Inspiring Others

Simply inspiring others.

Eric Tonningsen's Awakening to Awareness

“Have you ever been stopped in your tracks? By a stranger who affected you profoundly?” ~ Eric Tonningsen

Months ago, I briefly mentioned a woman named Rose. I committed to writing about her in a later post. Now I am. Rose served as the inspiration for a story I shared over a three-month series of progressive speech contests. This video was the last time I told the story in May.

If you watch the video, you’ll better understand where this post is going. And yes, it has to do with how we inspire… and how people like you, inspire me.

Fifteen months ago I launched this blogging journey. Truthfully, I get more out of reading and viewing your posts, than I do crafting and sharing mine. I’ve (virtually) met an amazing, creative cadre; people who take time to share what’s on their minds, in their hearts, seen through their lenses, and…

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  1. I wanted to comment that I agree with your choice of To Kill a Mockingbird, but couldn’t find a comment button. I haven’t read it in years and would, in fact, enjoy reading it again. My granddaughter is currently reading it.


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