in-spir-ing / ĭn-spīr-ĭng
1. motivating; providing inspiration; stimulating
The moment an inspiring thought enters your heart, appreciate it as a dear guest visiting you that day.
Rumi, 1207 – 1273
The present active participle of the English verb inspire, which is derived from the Latin verb inspiro, inspirare, inspiravi, inspiratus (breathe into, excite) through the Old French verb enspirer/inspirer of the same meaning.
Thank you to Allen Ward for providing this etymology.