Dont Be Discouraged. It’s Often The Last Key in the Bunch That Opens the Lock!

Dont Be Discouraged. It's Often The Last Key in the Bunch That Opens the Lock!

This very poignant quote comes from my friends at LiveLifeHappy.com. I follow everything they do on Facebook and you can too!

Persistence is a hard one to follow when you have tried many other options, but much like this quote, the last call might be the one that helps you!

I can say that today because I talked to a clinical social worker named Mary who listened to my plight, the hell I have undergone with my family fighting over the place I am living in, causing me health problems. She is going to help me get a studio apartment and help me raise my quality of life 200%.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
January 31st, 2013

Here is a great article written by Nancy K. on a blog entitled “Nancy Coaches” for your reading enjoyment.
I will never wear an ear piece or talk to myself when I am walking, looking like a crazy person. When you wear an ear piece in public you are also wearing blinders to what is going on around you!
Few people are really that important to warrant it.
Live in the moment and for a day, turn off your cell phone, tell your friends what you are doing, and work on something, put your entire heart, soul and body into it! Watch what happens-you will finish what you begin!
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
TotallyInspiredPC.wordpress.com

“Write Your Sad Times in Sand Your Great Times in Stone

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“Write your sad times in sand, write your great times in stone.”- George Bernard Shaw

If this doesn’t speak reams about what you place importance on in life, I don’t know what does. Thank you Beedempled Brain on Facebook for showing me this fantastic quote from the late great George Bernard Shaw.

I hope it inspires my 728 followers as much as it did me.

 

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

 

 

“In this short Life that only lasts an hour…..

In this short life that only lasts an hour….

How much- how little – is within our power.”

– Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson hated to go out in public and wrote very deep poems, each one being numbered instead of named. I have her complete works by Ralph Franklin, the Director of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library  at Yale University and two other books about Emily Dickinson. She is one of the many authors I read about when studying and analyzing the works of Shakespeare, Edgar Allen Poe, Henry David Thoreau, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Carl Sands-who was a woman, but used a man’s name because women did not have the rights that they do today and would never have gotten published! Can you believe it?

This one is short but it is very true.

Needless our lives don’t really last an hour, but she uses that as a metaphor to show how quickly time goes by.

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