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Most Recent Headlines  

Yvonne's Smile - May 3, 2009
This is the first of a series of letters from our friend Dr. Maithri G. who is now working in Swaziland...


One World, One Daily Message. - January 10, 2009
Instead of having two different mailing lists, Inspiration Peak has decided to concentrate its energy on one 'Daily Message' that everyone can enjoy...


Be A Young Hero! - April 7, 2007
Inspiration Peak is very proud to support the efforts of Young Heroes, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the children of Swaziland who have lost both of their parents to AIDS.


 

   

Most Recent Stories  

Accidental Angel
The true story of how two strangers changed each others' lives, in ways they could have never imagined.
 
Conquering The World
A thought-provoking story about a powerful king who wants to conquer the world.
 
Clay Balls
There is a beautiful treasure inside each and every one of us and this story perfectly describes it.
 
Things Change
The real-life story of Alex Miller and another good example of why we should never give up.
 
If You Bring Love
When life doesn't go according to plan, or when something terrible happens, remember this advice...
 

 

   

Most Recent Poems  

Twas The Night Of Thanksgiving - by C. J. Beaman

Grace - by Rafael Jesús González

Welcoming The New Day - by Margherita Rueger

The Smile Virus - by Author Unknown

An Autumn Leaf - by Immanual Joseph


 

   

Most Recent Ideas  

From Swaziland With Love - Ron Atchison (Video)
A home-made documentary about our recent trip to Swaziland and the beautiful people we met there...
 
Living In The Now - Peter Hughes
Everyone talks about 'living in the present moment,' but what does this really mean. Our friend and contributing editor Peter Hughes shares some interesting thoughts...
 
Turn The Dark Off! - Peter Hughes
Some food for thought from our friend and contributing editor Peter Hughes about our efforts to 'turn the dark off'.
 
Caring: For Outcomes - Or For Joy - Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Dr. Paul asks us to more closely explore the reasons why we are caring toward others. Is it for a particular outcome, or simply for the joy of it?
 
Dear Lion~* (June Edition) -
Friendly advice for fellow travelers - from our very own Inspiration Peak advice columnist!
 

 

   

Most Recent Messages  

If you just look...
If you just look at all that already exists in your life, all that you already have: unlimited air to breathe, ample lighting to see, music to hear...

The entire kingdom...
Perhaps one day the world, our world, won't be upside down, and then any newborn human being will be welcome...

Be brave...
Anything you do from the soulful self will help lighten the burdens of the world. Anything. You have no idea what the smallest word, the tiniest generosity can cause to be set in motion...

Beautiful people...
The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss...

What we are here for...
We shall not be here forever. One day the kind old nurse will come and rock us all to sleep...