What do you love doing more than anything else that you have a special talent for?

This is where I ask you my readers, all 511 of you on Totally Inspired Mind: Where Positive Minds Congregate….a telling question.

When you do what you love you will always be successful at it.

What do you love doing more than anything on earth? How do you know what things are? Tell tale signs are the time flies so quickly, you have no idea where the time goes!

Not acceptable answers are video or computer games or watching the tube which are passive passtimes usually. But I am talking about things that involve the world, people and things in reality.

When I first posted this I had 500 followers now there are 11 more and they keep growing. I hope that out of the dozen people who loved this post, you will go one step further and write an answer to this.

What are your special talents and abilities?

Look at your answers and look for ways to earn money, help others etc with what God gave you.

There is no right or wrong answers here, only YOUR ANSWER that illustrates your unique self.


You can have passion for more than one thing in life. The trick is to take stock of all your innate abilities first, then figure out ways you could earn a living doing just that.


Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Originally posted on the last day of November 2013 at
3:17 p.m.

Updated December 3rd, 2013 at 12:23 a.m.

Photography by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 2013

The Mystery of Barack Obama Continues | Obama Social Security NumbersWestern Journalism


My friend Myles S just put this on Facebook and it was so good I wanted to share it here and on my politically minded site The Political Think Tank at

So, if he has multiple social security numbers, doesn’t that mean fraud?

What are your thoughts about what you know about our president?

Paulette Motzko

A friend is one who has the same enemies as you have. – Abraham Lincoln

“A friend is one who has the same enemies as you have.” – Abraham Lincoln


Abraham Lincoln was right in his funny statement about friends having the same enemies.

Everyone has at least an enemy or two because those that claim they don’t are either not being totally honest or they agree with anything anybody does or says and doesn’t fight to make things better for others.

Sometimes when you voice your political opinions you make enimies or at least opposers. You cannot please the whole world, nor would you want to.

You cannot control what people think about you, you just need to keep a supportive network of people around you who believe in you, like who you are and what you value & believe in.

Drop the others who are fight pickers, losers, moochers, goofs, frauds and wimps who are basically in a word apathetic. They are so afraid at the consequences of their actions that they don’t do anything at all. What a waste that is.

Don’t get me wrong here, nobody wants enemies in this world and I surely don’t. Some people are like talking to a brick wall and don’t listen.

If you don’t listen you never learn anything new.

You stagnate and never open your mind.

Be always learning, becoming, growing as a human being and strive to select friends that feel the same. The losers will fall by the wayside when they see with dedication and preserverance you can accomplish.


Who you AVOID in life is as important as WHO YOU HOPE TO MEET.


Much as in you hope to meet people with the same interests, like attracting them like a magnet.

I also hope to repel all that is counterproductive or who is evil, verbally or physically abusive in any way…like water beads on Vaseline.


How’s that for imagery?

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

730 p.m.

Thanksgiving Night 2013

Image from Pinterest, Author Unknown
Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Thanksgiving 2013
7:18 p.m.

Photography by Paulette Motzko
Quote Image found on Pinterest, Unknown Author

Thank you.

Happy Thanksgiving to all who read this.

Curt Austen shared his prayer with the world and I share it with you all.

May you have peace of mind and health.

Many people can aquire many things, but they might not have peace.

When you have a place you can call home and enough money to cover your needs and a few of your wants, then someone special to enjoy it all with–you have it all.

Paulette Motzko
Thanksgiving 2013
5:34 p.m.

The Power of Humility

These words express my feelings about doing what you can while you can in all the places you can for as long as you are able.

This was reblogged from a great blog I recently discovered called “Warren’s Daughter” who is a glorious example of a great daughter by the way.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Thank you to the 500 Wonderful, Intelligent, Loving & Caring Followers on Totally Inspired Mind-Happy Thanksgiving!

Have a peaceful and happy Thanksgiving everybody!
Remember it isn’t important how lumpy your gravy is that goes with the turkey, but that you are blessed enough to have turkey to eat.

Nobody cares about the dust on your furniture but sitting with you on the couch or chair and talking and visiting with YOU.

You don’t have to be a carbon copy of Martha Stewart (I hope there aren’t any walking around anywhere!), but listen to your inner voice and be true to yourself. Do what you can afford, not what your neighbor does.

Life isn’t a contest or a relay race.

Slow down.

Smile more.


If you can’t be with your family, be with loved ones around you who care about you, support you in act, word and deed.

Look around your table, instead of what’s on the table.

Hold hands.

Pray in your own way.

Say you love the one who is sitting with you.
If you have nobody to celebrate with, as I almost did, until my friend Mike Darras called and invited me to a wonderful turkey dinner….volunteer in a senior home to help in cook or serve or do something. You will be appreciated and nobody will eat alone.

If there were a table that would seat all the followers of this site…or a room that would seat all of you, it would be a huge ampitheater.

Thank you all for being dedicated readers of what I create.

I am thankful God gave me many talents of writing, photography and cooking and I am thankful for all 500 of you my readers.


God bless you all.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright 2013
November 27th, 2013

Images from Pinterest

I’m Adopted, Too: A story of gratitude for the man who chose to be my Dad

Here is a beautiful and touching story from Karin Fields about the love she has for her step father and how it deepened her relationship with her adopted son.
I felt it was a wonderful Thanksgiving Story on Totally Inspired Mind: Where Positive Minds Congregate.

I hope this touching story makes you think of people in your life who cannot be replaced by anyone.

Think of telling them how you feel about them