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Thursday, May 1, 2014

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We’ve been thinking a lot about inspiration here at The Bright Side Project lately. Granted, we think about inspiration nonstop but this transition into spring has us especially focused. One of the surefire ways to be inspired is to get to know more about our contributors here at the BSP. Today’s contributor, for example, hit the nail on the head. “My inspiration comes from things that intrigue me and make me feel small in comparison.” says Audra Azoury. Reading that, it was as if someone suddenly turned on a light. Everything was brighter.

Audra Azoury creates handcrafted jewelry in her studio using inspiration and modern technology to express herself. Azoury’s eponymous line is full of architectural elements and strong, confident design. These are the kinds of pieces you wear to remind yourself how to stay inspired in a world that sometimes creates a challenge. This Morse Code Love Necklace is especially stunning and is a wonderfully non-flowery way to wear your heart on your sleeve. Audra Azoury has something for everyone. It’s nice to know we all have the opportunity to wear our inspiration daily.

Audra Azoury is giving away one Wing Necklace to one lucky winner AND one pair of Wing Earrings to a second winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, May 8th. *Giveaway open to US residents only!*
Also, the first ten people to email krista(at)thebrightsideproject(dot)com will get a code to order either of the giveaway items above at a 40% discount!!! Everyone wins!
Please visit Audra Azoury and tell us: Who is the person who inspires you the most and why?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, May 13th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    heather f says:

    a young friend of mine was terribly injured while on the job doing community relief work in Guatemala. He may never walk again and he was a super outdoor athletic type guy who had dedicated his life to helping the poor. He is in a wheelchair but is still smiling and eager to get back to work. He is amazing

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    jane says:

    for me it’s my church pastor. he sticks by his moral convictions and his faith in God even in the midst of opposition and trials. truly an inspiration to us all

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    Rinny says:

    My best friend inspires me most. She recently decided to let go of her old eating/poor exercise habit and changed her eating and exercise routine – cold turkey. Her determination to become healthier (she’s lost 40lbs in 3 months!) has inspired me, a professed non-runner, to sign up for my first 5k in September. If she can persevere through her demons, so can I.

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    i have a breast cancer survivor-friend who has battled cancer twice and won. she is so strong and i admire her so much. 

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    Pumpernickel says:

    My husbands grandmother is the kind of woman I want to be. She is the person that taught me by example that love shouldn’t divide – it should only multiply. She has great grandchildren and she still is vivacious, a quick wit and works full time. She leads the family with strength and grace and I hope I turn out to be half the woman she is.

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    Kate B says:

    My mom inspires me all the time. Growing up, she was a working mom and my dad stayed at home to care for me and my sisters. This never struck me as unusual until around high school, when other adults expressed surprise or even sympathy for the fact that my dad was a “househusband.” My mom just worked her butt off and advanced through her company and provided for the household. She is an example of a strong, independent woman without having to crow about it constantly.

    (When I read this morning’s inspiration post and saw that the Mid Century Modern line was based on detailing at Fallingwater, I RACED over to check it out and nearly clapped with glee when I spotted the first “notched” item! I know exactly what that detail is because it’s one of my favorites! Beautiful work overall, I wish I could afford to purchase all of it!)

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    Elizabeth says:

    This might sound really silly, but for most of my life I haven’t let other people inspire me – I’ve mainly competed against them. But lately I’ve been thinking about Mother Theresa and Gandhi A LOT lately and their cooperative attitude. The thing is, I want to be a world changer, and do big beautiful things. I’ve started kind of trying, but I feel there are pitfalls all along the way. One of the big ones I see is trying to get attention for trying to do good. I’ve been working really hard on doing what I believe without thinking about other people and trying to making EVERYONE happy. I’m learning to be inspired by EVERYONE, and to let myself be thankful for people rather than trying to be better than them all the time. (I realize this makes me sound like a big jerk, and the truth is, I’ve probably been a big jerk at times but hidden it. I’m working on it! And trying to open myself!)

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    Crystal Sell says:

    My grandmother inspires me the most. She raised me and has shaped me into the woman that I am today. She took the time to teach me everything she knows. She’s such a loving person and I cherish her so much!
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    Tiffany says:

    My mom inspires me…she was a young single mother of twins. My sister and I never wanted for anything, we were happy, and were the firsts in our family to go to college. My mom always stressed  academics and made great sacrifices for us. She’s a great role model for my sister and I and so many others in iur family!

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    Jennifer says:

    I’m inspired by women who take a stand against inequality – however it may present itself.  Everyday, all around the world, there are injustices and human rights violations on individuals and groups of people.  And everyday, all around the world, there are women who stand up and speak out against these injustices.  These woman give hope and strength to entire generations of daughters, sisters, mothers – and they inspire me to influence change as far as I can reach – to make the world a little better for my daughter, and for all women.  Like the wings of a butterfly may create tiny changes in the atmosphere that have much larger effects in other locations, so can we.  Love the necklace – thanks for the opportunity!

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    iamalighthouse says:

    My two aunts inspire me. They are bright and encouraging and full of wisdom!

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    sarah says:

    The people that inspire me the most are my coworkers.  they are incredible people who give of themselves everyday.  We work with preschoolers with special needs and the love and compassion I see every day is amazing.

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    megan says:

    Mine is my sister – but for all the reasons you wouldn’t expect. She made many mistakes. She’s in a lot of debt. She did some things you shouldn’t do for all the wrong reasons. But she’s changed and learned and come out so smart. She’s the best mother. Therefore, she is my inspiration. She didn’t take a perfect path but she’s working to get herself and her family where they want to be in life. I thin that’s more inspiration than someone who has done it “right” along the whole path. You can lose your way and come back even better. 

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    Nikki says:

    My grandmother, a beautiful, gracious woman, who was self educated in all the parts of life that she wanted to experience but weren’t available to her through social class and money. She was an expert at making things beautiful in every way, and her spirit was beautiful too. Never judging others, always hopeful, always interested in the world around her. She inspires me still.

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    Sparrow says:

    I just spent the week with one of my new friends. We were neighbors for a long time and then one day we started talking and bonded over post-partum depression. Since then, I’ve gotten to know her better and better and I’m astonished at the things she’s overcome in her life. She has a beautiful, calm spirit and she makes the world beautiful around her. There are a lot of people who inspire me and who do grandiose, meaningful things, but there is so much beauty in the quiet woman who strives everyday to make those around her happy, to make her space simple and beautiful, and who is gracious and thoughtful.

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    cindy says:

    My dad. He was experiencing heart failure due to a rare disease, but never gave up hope. He was lucky enough to receive a heart transplant and is now thriving. His eternal optimism and grace inspires me every day to appreciate my body for everything it does for me and to be the best version of me despite the obstacles.

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    Susan F says:

    My dad. He has always been my rock.  He has also been the one person many went to for financial and personal advice and help. He is just retired his CPA practice 2 years ago and still has clients calling him for advice He will be 90 this September, I am 62 and going through a nasty divorce.  My dad really needs someone living with him, so here I am.  It’s the circle of life. I tell him, you took care of me much of my life so now it’s my turn.  I also believe my children and grandchildren will learn from what they see.  It’s all about taking care of family

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    Eliza Elliott says:

    My Mom – even facing physical health problems she is still as gracious and loving as ever – a real role model!

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    Deirdre says:

    My Grandmother inspired me every day until she left this earth. She was beautiful, strong, compassionate, faithful and smart.

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    Susanna B. says:

    The most inspiring people to me lately are the ones that are really good at something that I am striving to learn- all of the fantastic musicians for example inspire me to keep playing and practicing. 

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    Charlotte D. says:

    Many people inspire me and different times in my life.  Currently it is my mom because of Mother’s Day.  She  is wonderful and beyond any words to describe.  I never really appreciated her when I was younger but now as a mother myself I truly see with wide eyes how she is the most amazing woman in my life!

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    Jennifer says:

    My husband inspires to be a better person and the best possible wife because his love is so true that he deserves the best back from me.

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    Rachel says:

    The person who inspires me the most is my Mom.  Despite everything she has been through, she has always found a way to love those around her, live life to the fullest, and see the best in everyone.  It wasn’t until I was older did I realize all the sacrifices she made for us, be it money, time, or anything else we needed. She always put us first, but never complained.  Her selflessness, devotion, and positivity are truly inspirational.