After decades of practice and teaching, what inspires me are those moments when I can see the habitual as if it were for the first time. If such moments occur while I'm giving a talk, then the teacher in me can hear its own words imbued with the freshness imparted by those who truly listen -- the multiple aspects of myself being part of the audience as well. Thanks for your participation in the process.
We tend to assume that we are surrounded by scarcity; that there never is enough time, money, things, food, health, love or happiness to go around. This automatic assumption of scarcity is unwarranted. Its pervasiveness results from the fact that the "I" uses it to validate its wanting, and hence to further its own centrality.