in·spire: to fill with an animating, quickening, or exalting influence; to influence or impel; to communicate or suggest by a divine or supernatural influence.
Origin: 1300–50; Middle English inspiren <Latin inspīrāre to breathe upon or into, equivalent to in- + spīrāre to breathe>
We took a six-mile hike last Sunday. I confess that our hike filled my soul more than a morning at church would have done. I came away inspired by the breathtaking beauty of this world that God has given us.
Till next we meet . . .