Life’s Inspirations

Some time ago I conducted a project during which I asked visitors to my site to tell me what inspires them—things they consider “natural highs.” As a result of this effort, I’ve collected more than two thousand statements, which I am happy to present here.

So as not to overwhelm you, I’ve configured this page to display several such statements at random. You can see a new set by reloading the page.

  • Seeing a shooting star.
  • Having a Sunday all to yourself!
  • Looking at the things God has done.
  • Not giving a damn what anyone else thinks, and living life the way YOU want to, not to someone else’s messed up rules.
  • Having a copper behind you thinking he’s going to pull you over when he passes you and pulls the guy in front of you over.
  • Seeing your child born and realizing, my God, she looks like me.
  • Realizing that a few friends will be there forever, no matter how far apart we are.
  • Being by yourself for a week just thinking.
  • Pink lemonade in the summertime.
  • That first, reunited kiss at the airport-six months in the making!
  • Giving driving lessons to the woman you adore.
  • Drinking a home-made cup of espresso and watching your dogs play outside!
  • Having a sort-of friend call you and tell you that she just won two free Bush tickets and she wants you, YOU to go with her.
  • Taking a long train ride on a beautiful day in the countryside.
  • Washing your hair in the rain!
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About the Author

Lenny Zeltser is a seasoned business and tech leader with extensive cybersecurity experience. He builds innovative endpoint defense solutions as VP of Products at Minerva Labs. Beforehand, he was responsible for security product management at NCR Corp. Lenny also trains incident response and digital forensics professionals at SANS Institute. An engaging presenter, he speaks at industry events, writes articles and has co-authored books. Lenny has earned the prestigious GIAC Security Expert designation, has an MBA from MIT Sloan and a Computer Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

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