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lettersOne of the first things you discover when you put an inspirational website online, is that a lot of people will write to you. Many of the letters I receive are complimentary, praising the website and its content. Some are more specific, mentioning a section of the site or a poem the writer especially likes. Still others are intensely raw and personal from people who feel comfortable enough to confide and share their private thoughts and feelings. Mail is always welcome. I feel fortunate that there are so many interesting individuals who not only visit Inspiration for the Spirit, but also take the time to write.

Please stop to say “Hello” and share your thoughts.

Guestbook — 39 comments

  1. Hi, I was having a bad day, and trying to work on my website when I stumbled across yours. It is so beautiful and inspiring. My website is under construction. I’m trying to make it a peaceful place, but I sometimes get discouraged. Anyway, I’m glad I found your beautiful place. I think I will visit often.

  2. God bless you and this web site!

  3. Crystal - Titusville, Pennyslvania/USA :

    Dear Patrica, Your site is so very wonderful. I am a single-mom, and I’m finding so much comfort here. Thank you and God bless!!!

  4. David Petro - Wallingford, Connecticut/USA :

    I love your site.

  5. I’m really inspired by your wonderful website. I wish you all the best, and God bless you.

  6. Beautiful site. So inspirational! Thank you.

  7. Your poems speak from the heart and soul. I’m inspired and awed by your talents. Keep the faith. Namaste always.

  8. You have a truly beautiful and inspiring web home, with your poetry, and other inspirational writings.

  9. Dear Patricia, Thank you for the response to my earlier comments. It is an amazing journey to “quiet one’s soul” after the loss of the “one who found you!” I keep thinking I see my Mother, and have a hunch I do. Peace and harmony.

  10. Elsa and Adrian - Montreal, Quebec/Canada :

    Hi Patricia, Your pages are lovely, a real breath of fresh air. Thank you for the opportunity of visiting your excellent site. May God bless you and all your family. Take care.

  11. I’m so in awe of your website that I almost can’t find the words . . . almost (lol). You don’t just have a website here, you’ve created a magical, fun, thought-provoking realm. Your pages are a joy to look at and to read . . . wow! I’ll be visiting often.

  12. Very first off, I love your poetry. My trip to visit you has been so rewarding, and sprinkling it with fairy dust of love has been a pure pleasure. This is a large (huge) website and full of interesting, meaningful poetry, quotes, and personality.

  13. I love your site. Very nice and perfect.

  14. Denise - Canton, Ohio/USA :

    My Dearest Girlfriend, Once again you amaze and inspire me. The website is not only your creation but your reflection. . .an e-look into the awesome friend I now share with thousands. I have to admit that it does make me just a little jealous! I still laugh out loud when I hear the Ryan Adam’s tune “Firecracker,” and picture us singing at the top of our lungs and dancing out the car windows in Brooklyn, sharing our fun with perfect strangers. The weekend in New York with your wonderful daughter, the most beautiful social butterfly ever created, was one of the best times in my life because of you. No one ever had a better time or made better memories. We were sure in our element with all the fabulous people, not to mention the date we almost kept with the “model scouter!” The masseuse who pursued you at every street corner! The nice chauffeur who wanted to give US money! And the brunch with Gavin DeGraw. Yeah! We know HIM! Remember standing at the wall of flowers where the Towers used to be, and all the wonderful people we met there? And what about that jogger in New Jersey with the spandex pants? And the nice guy making the balloon hats? The wine for $22.00 a glass! Yes, thanks for the memories! I am so proud and thankful to have you in my life, more than a friend, someone who shares my feelings and is really a soul-mate. I’ve said it before and I mean it now more than ever that you are a true inspiration in my life, and I look forward to sharing many more joys, laughs, cries, bottles of wine, excursions, and dreams with you as we grow to be little old ladies someday. You do know how to make dreams come true, and now I realize that you know how to make a website come to life too! It is you! In all your wonder and creativity, your honesty and integrity, and now a guiding light to many all over the world who might need a beacon to show them the way to true inner peace, spiritual strength and self-acceptance. I am so glad we have traveled a stretch of life’s journey together and I can not wait to see where our journey leads. Your friendship is one of my life’s greatest blessings. You are a treasure! I love you!

  15. Barinder - Vancouver, British Columbia/Canada :

    I love your site. I was looking for something on loving myself when I surfed onto your poem “Loving Myself.” It’s perfect. I have read all your poems . . . was bored studying after studying for an anatomy exam. I especially like “Mean Brother Rising.” I love your site, and it seems like you have put on the web what my soul feels. Thank you for this beautiful site. Love always.

  16. Hi, this is a return visit so that, today, I could read your poetry. It is soooo beautiful ! They are a real treasure of talent. Thank you for sharing with all the world. I think the one I connected with most was “Who I Am.” Atta girl! Blessings.

  17. Melissa - New York, New York/USA :

    Wow, you’ve done so much work since last I was here. “Dicky the Diver” and your garden page are my personal favorites. I also liked your page in memory of September 11th. I liked everything really. I recently saw a movie, “13 Conversations About One Thing” (that thing being happiness), and in it one of the characters quotes Milton’s “Paradise Lost,” and here I’ll paraphrase as well as I can remember, it’s something like— “The mind is its own place, and is capable of making hell out of heaven and heaven out of hell.” You’re positivity is inspiring. Let your light shine.

  18. Lisa Ewert - Wisconsin/USA :

    Your site is beautiful, and it brings a sense of peace to just be there. I especially enjoyed reading “Senses Affected” and “Miracle Man.” The graphics and music compliment the contents of your pages perfectly. Thank you so much for sharing. Peace and love.

  19. I like your poetry . . . it’s really inspiring and beautiful. I hope there will be more poems on this site.

  20. Lovely poems.

  21. I can only say one thing . . . beautiful. I just love the lady with the lamp. Thank you so much for sharing. Talk soon.

  22. You unknowingly touched me in a profound way. I wanted to say thank you, and I find this poem really isn’t all that great, but it’s all I could come up with.

    A Mere Thank You
    You’ve put a smile on this face again
    Helped to ease all of the tears and pain
    Lifted my spirits and brightened my day
    So I wanted to take the time just to say thanks
    Thank you for helping me to get through
    I’m sure this is coming as a shock to you
    You probably weren’t even really aware
    That you helped me to get from here to there
    Just a simple act of kindness on your part
    Went such a long way and touched my heart
    I’m thankful there are hearts like yours around
    Because if it weren’t for you I would still be down
    My skies are once again turning to blue
    And the only person I can thank for that is you
    I just thought you should know what you’ve done
    Thank you once again for bringing back my sun.
    • Lasca, Never doubt the “greatness” of this poem . . . or the strength you’ve found within yourself. I’m so pleased the sun is shining again for you. Days won’t always be bright—we all manage to somehow slip and fall back. But hope does spring eternal when we have someone to fall back on. It’s a warm and wonderful poem, and it has touched my heart deeply.

  23. Ertan - Istanbul, Turkey :

    Hi, You created so beautiful site. I liked my visit. You can be proud. Thank you!

  24. Hi Patricia! I do love your work! You have a fresh way of delicately drawing emotions. I especially liked “Out of Sight” . . . “Mean Brother Rising” . . . “Cloud Nine.”

  25. Carrie Ryman - Orange, Ohio/USA :

    Cloud Nine” is absolutely beautiful. Solitude, blissful solitude is one of the most denied and yet precious assets we have. I’m glad you were able to get past the pain and find and celebrate YOU again!