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Delivered to the world:  May 10, 2001  
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I shall not pass this way again...

"I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good thing,
therefore, that I can do or any kindness I can show to any fellow human
being let me do it now. Let me not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not
pass this way again."

Stephen Grellet, 1773-1855
French-born Quaker Minister


We will meet again my friend,
A hundred years from today
Far away from where we lived
And where we used to play.

We will know each others' eyes
And wonder where we met
Your laugh will sound familiar
Your heart, I won't forget.

We will meet, I'm sure of this,
But let's not wait till then...
Let's take a walk beneath the stars
And share 'this' world again.

"Let's Not Wait"
by Ron Atchison


Wishing you wildflowers and bright blue skies - perfect for dreaming

Ron Atchison
Inspiration Peak     http://www.inspirationpeak.com

PS... In honor of Mother's Day (which in our professional opinion is one
of the most important holidays ever invented ;-) we posted a special
story especially for the mothers and grandmothers and the women who have
been like mothers to us. It's called 'Paid In Full' and here's the
address: http://www.inspirationpeak.com/shortstories/paidinfull.html


The Inspiration Peak 'Featured Five' Inspirational Books

(As recommended to us by our loyal flock of book-lovers!)

1. "I Hope You Dance" - by Mark D. Sanders

2. "My Grandfathers Blessings: Stories of Strength, Refuge, and
Belonging" - by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD

3. "Aging With Grace: What the Nun Study Teaches Us About Leading
Longer, Healthier, and More Meaningful Lives" - by David Snowdon

4. "You Can Heal Your Life" - by Louise L. Hay

5. "Stretching Lessons: The Daring That Starts from Within" - by Sue

  Recommend your favorite book:  greatbooks@inspirationpeak.com
  Browse our bookstore: http://www.inspirationpeak.com/ipbooks.html


Remember This One?

"If I could, I'd comb the sky
and collect the stars,
quickly pile them into a basket
until it overflowed with silvery light.
And then I'd give the basket to you,
because all things precious
and beautiful
should be yours today."

Author Unknown

PS... This poem is now available as an 'e-card' that you can send to a
friend (or maybe even your mom!)  Here's the address:


Screensavers, T-Shirts and Paying With A Check:

We received a lot of great letters last week about our new screensaver
and we're happy that it's had such an impact. We also received some
letters from people who would like to order a copy but 1) they don't use
credit cards, or 2) they prefer not to use them online.  In response to
these concerns, we've created an order form for both the screensavers
and t-shirts that you can easily print out and mail to us with a check
or money order. We hope you find this useful and appreciate your

For more information about the screensaver:

For more information about the t-shirts:


Special Thank You's

I'd like to extend a special thank you to Paul Bauer for helping us
spread the word about Inspiration Peak.  Paul is the founder of  'Dreams
Alive' - an organization dedicated to helping people realize their
dreams. He's also the author of a great software tool we use at
Inspiration Peak called 'DreamMinder.' For more information about Paul
or his 'DreamMinder' software please click on this link:

I'd also like to formally recognize our friend Jaime Fernandez-Baca.
Jaime is one of our Spanish translators and it's beautiful to see how
much energy and love he puts into his work. Here are a couple of his
more recent translations:

"La Invitación"

"Carta de Fray Giovanni, 1513"

Thank you very much Jaime!

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