To inspire: what does it mean? It’s encouraging, or making someone feel that they want to do something and can do it. I thought about this verb and action and I made a sort of survey, so I asked a couple of girlfriends of mine to explain what inspiring is for them, if they feel inspiring people and who they feel is inspiring to them.
What does inspiring mean? <<It’s being a model for someone who might have reached something I’d like to get>> <<For me it’s to provide other people with ideas and incentivise them through gestures or manners>> <<When you’re inspiring, you’re esteemed by someone who wants to become like you>>
Do you think you are an inspiring person? <<maybe yes, because of my attitude>> <<I don’t know, but I’d like to be inspiring for someone>> <<No, I’m not. I’d like to become inspiring one day.>>
Who inspires you? <<People who I think are better than me and always manage to do everything effortlessly>> <<The ones who reached the goals I’d love to achieve myself>> <<People like Steph Curry or Cecilia Zandalasini (basketball players) because their dreams came true and I’d love to be a basketball player like they are.
Well, they all answered similar things and the key-words are: goal, model and dream, hope. I feel that “this inspires me” and “this is my inspiration” mean something slightly different. I think that something inspiring can trigger new ideas or in Italian you say it when you feel you’re interested in that, while an inspiration is something you would like to achieve, like a dream. However at the heart of inspiration there’s creativity, good feelings and caring people who believe in you because to be eager to succeed you should begin to believe in your skills and yourself. Having inspirations is always good to maintain a lively mind and to stay positive (this is my new motto!).
✨<<And I hope you feel inspired>> Miley Cyrus – Inspired✨
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