Is Good Friday Actually “Good”? By Nick Cady The Longmont Pastor

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This is the most detailed explanation of what Good Friday is all about but I’ve ever heard from anybody anywhere. I never really liked Good Friday too much and thought it was pretty depressing whenever I went to church, and I could never understand why in the world they named a good Friday. Nick Cady’s outstanding explanation of why God chose Jesus to sacrifice for us is brilliant. No priest ever explained it as well as what he did. I am posting this for myself and all my Christian followers, are many.

Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018 – The Quest for The Cancer Cure

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I created the above image when I still lived in southern California when Totally Inspired Mind was very new and I hadn’t bought my domain yet and the site was hosted by WordPress.

Compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.

Image photography and digital art by Paulette L. Motzko.

March 30th, 2018.

5:55 a.m.

Natural Supplements that will boost your immunological system making you less likely to catch colds and flu and allergy symptoms

I was telling a good friend about all kinds of things I use on a regular basis to treat not only allergies but to prevent colds and flu that I regularly use-to help him and his family that all are sick for the second time last night.

I told him I would photograph each of the products I told him about for his wife to go to Walmart and pick up some of them, whichever she thought fit their families’ needs the best, and took these quick photos.

This morning, when looking at my gallery of many hundreds of images I regular add to and delete as I use them, I realized sharing this info to my nearly 3000 followers would be extremely beneficial….and So this article is born.

I have been taking the Sambucol gummed for over a year now and I love the gummy for because when the winds kick up here in Las Vegas I can just simply take him with me and then take one or two of them in my allergies or reduced without taking an antihistamine pill. Any time I can prevent something I do and anytime I can avoid harsh medicine and do something in a more natural way I do that too.

I hope this helps a few of you out there.

Walmart has the best price in my area and Amazon carries all forms too.

Have a fantastic day and enjoy the longer Spring time days.

Written and compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.

Photos by Paulette Motzko.

Friday March 30th 2018. 5:39 a.m.

Amazon – The eCommerce Leader (2018 Infographic) – 16best.net

https://www.16best.net/blog/amazon-ecommerce-leader-infographic/

Text written and compiled and infographic photo editing by permission from 10Best by Paulette L. Motzko.

Info graphics used with permission by 10Best.

One of the marketing geniuses of 16Best.net contacted me and asked if I would consider sharing their awesome info graphic on my Web blog here. They really did an incredible job on the infograpgic, and it’s a huge help to me as I am in the process of becoming a partner with Amazon too!

Amazon has all kinds of programs and affiliate partnerships anyone with a Web site can get involved with.

Amazon also buys your books, ones you are finished with, done reading etc.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I have.

Information is power and thanks to 16Best.net and the info graphics they created, we can all learn and understand all the myriad of programs and services Amazon offers.

Watch “DIY SPRING FLORAL WREATH | Easy Wreath ideas 2018 | Lynette Yoder” on YouTube

I love the pink flower wreath. It reminds me of the artist Redoute.

We are one week into the Spring season and I hope that if you live in an area where you don’t see any sign yet, I hope that at least you have Springtime in your heart anyway.

Put uplifting flowers and plants around you indoors, and you can bring spring inside.

Written and compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.

Marsh 27th, 2018.

6:47 a.m.

Inspiring Quotes from Famous Women to celebrate Women’s History Month

Everyone it’s not supposed to be the same. Beyonce

  1. It took me quite a long time to develop a voice and now that I have it, I’m not going to be silent- Madeleine Albright.
  2. I learned compassion from being discriminated against everything bad that’s ever happened to me is taught me compassion- Ellen DeGeneres.
  3. I hope the father’s and mother’s a little girls will look at them and say- “Yes, women can.”- Dilma Rousseff.
  4. The most effective way to do it, is to do it.- Amelia Earhart.
  5. What’s the greatest lesson a woman should learn that since day one, she’s already had everything she needs within herself.” -Rupi Kaur.
  6. Look up your libraries if you like but there is no gate no lock no but that you can sit upon the freedom of my mind.- Virginia Woolf.
  7. Success is only meaningful and enjoyable if it’s your own.
  8. The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is to celebrate. Oprah Winfrey
  9. Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the Next Generation.- Ruth Border Ginsburg.
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Images from Pinterest.

March 24th and 25th, 2018.

Updated 7:05 a.m.

In what kind of scenery do you feel most at home? Add your comments in the comment box

I am a sea person or “water person” who grew up by the Pacific Ocean so I feel most at home when I’m close to it, that is something that I realized when I move to Las Vegas, Nevada, which is the exact opposite of a Coastal town.

If you could classify yourself is either a water person, Mountain person, desert person, country person or Urban person how would you classify yourself? In what places do you feel most at home?

Written by and photography and digital art by Paulette L. Motzko, PLM Studios, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Copyright March 2018.

Paulette Motzko’s Wisdom in Life

Image created by and text written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.

March 18th 2018. 11:41 a.m.

This is so true in life I have found in my 56 years of living.

We learn, we grow, we become influenced by what and who we are around.

We adapt and change, and if we do it right, we strive for excellence and do the best we are able.

Treat others with kindness and respect and mentor others when possible, making people happy you are in their lives.

Learn something new every day and put people first, things second always.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Morning affirmations with Yoga Exercises

Images from Pinterest.

From

www.JessicaEstrada.net

And

LoafAffirmations.com.

The great thing about these simple, positive affirmations are anyone can recite them and focus on the positive.

I guarantee, no matter how you feel to start with, you will feel better afterwards!

Text written by Paulette L. Motzko.

Compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.

March 18th 2018. 11:17 a.m.

Teach Your Children Who St. Patrick Was…and You’ll Learn Too

http://childrenareourfuturenow.com/2018/03/17/714/

Originally published on

ChildrenAreOurFutureNow.com

Images from Pinterest-from various sources:

Sweetlittleones.blog.com

CatholicLink.com

Healthy-Family.org

Written and compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.

March 16th 2018. 9:51 p.m.

Whatever you do tomorrow, be safe out there and take time to be thankful for all your blessings.

Several Dead After Miami Pedestrian Bridge Collapse | NBC Chicago with Comments by Paulette Motzko

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/national-international/Pedestrian-Bridge-Collapses-Near-Florida-International-University-476984523.html

The only remarks I can say about this are:

I am sorry about all the casualties relating to this highly tragic and shouldn’t-have-happened incident.

Whoever the builders were on this project should be sued!

What kind of civil engineers put the thing together anyway?

Where they certified, licensed or bonded?

I know in the article it mentioned something to do with having the bridge done “ahead of schedule.”

How about having it done right!

Well if that’s an example of having it done ahead of schedule, the builders did a lousy job!

What kind of quality assurance was done on this? Every project of this magnitude has a Q&A Department to make sure everything is up to code and it meets security standards. Where were they on this?

Did the city of Miami look at the building codes and everything on this?

These are all valid questions, and I would say that anyone who was hurt in any way or injured has grounds to sue the builders!

If one of your family members was killed in this incident, then you go ahead and sue in memory of the person that lost their life because people’s stupidity and laziness.

All of the families and friends of the injured could do a class action suit and sue together.

When it comes to building something, you never worry about a timeline more than you worry about the quality of workmanship you’re putting into the project.

Having it done right is the most important thing and this so called bridge ended up squishing people instead of holding them up!

Written and compiled by Paulette Motzko.

March 15th 2018

3:43 p.m.

Watch “Physicist Stephen Hawking has died” YouTube Video & His Extraordinary Inspirational Quotes

God bless Steven Hawking’s brilliant soul and mind and my condolences to his family and all who knew him.

His contributions to the world and science, will keep giving back to the world forever to Future Generations.

– Paulette L. Motzko

Compiled by Paulette Motzko.

Above image from Pinterest from yTravelblog.com.

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Other images from Pinterest from sources unknown.

Pi Day 2018

Wednesday March 14th 2018 6:34 a.m.

A Super Brief and Basic Explanation of Epigenetics for Total Beginners | What is Epigenetics?

https://www.whatisepigenetics.com/what-is-epigenetics/

I’m reading a book called “The Grain Brain” by David Perlmutter and Kristin Loberg which illustrates how all kinds of things that we do everyday affect our brain and the aging process and also how we can control them to optimize are resistance to disease.

Some of the diseases we can control acquiring are ones like Alzheimer’s disease, obesity as well as diabetes cancer and other ailments.

It mentioned in the description on the book one of the things the author said, that was mentioned in an epigenetic report, and I really had no idea what it was but I had an idea what I thought it was. But, to my happy surprise, epigenetics is the study of how we can control way more about our genetic disposition than most of us know or had thought possible.

I bought the book on Audible and I’m just getting started with it the Grain Brain, but I can share the link that goes directly to the book if any of you are interested.

I don’t know about you, but I’ll do anything and everything to not acquire Alzheimer’s disease like I saw my parents have and my grandparents, plus I want to reduce the risk factors that I have for obesity, of which I am carving my curves and employing healthier lifestyle habits, – epigenetics also involves our ability to control diabetes and also anything that might be inflammatory for arthritis.

If you have any of those ailments, and you’re interested in seeing how you can minimize the symptoms of them, the Grain Brain might be one you might want to check out from your local library or look at your local bookstore, or Google Play Books, LibriVox, or Audible.

Text written by Paulette Motzko.

Story from

Epigenetics.com

Photos from Pinterest from

The Law of Positivism

Epigenetic Labs

Bruce Lipton

PsychologyofHealing.com

Life is short. Make it fun!

What have you done recently that was fun, where you lost yourself in the moment when were completely immersed in the activity you were doing? Share your comments and stories in the comment box below.

Above: Me in my favorite comfy chair earlier this evening and in my reading room.

It’s a rainy night in Las Vegas, Nevada.

I hope you are warm in the winter time wherever you are reading this.

I care about you all, my readers and followers very much and you light up my world, each in your own special ways.

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead one hour tonight. How nice it’ll be to have one more hour of daylight tomorrow. Now the sun won’t sit until 6:30 p.m. here. Hooray!

Written and photo by Paulette L. Motzko.

March 10th 2018. 9:32 p.m.

The Hoarder in You by Dr. Robin Zasio on Audible & Commentary by Paulette Motzko

I’m 3% through The Hoarder in You (Unabridged) by Dr. Robin Zasio, narrated by Cassandra Campbell on my Audible app.

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I read every review on this book and everyone that read it not only read it once but read it twice and said that it has given them insight into why they do what they do and allowed them to live a more peaceful life, streamlining what they owned and removing all the unwanted clutter from their world.

I’m happy to know that I’m not defined as a hoarder because a hoarder is a person who can’t make decisions about what they own, and I certainly can.

I’ve gotten rid of so many things that broke in my move coming from Southern California to Las Vegas and I replaced it with new that I liked better, in some cases.

I was happy that the things that mattered to me made it unbroken and in one piece.

When I was married I kept adding to my collections and now I just want to enjoy what I have.

In regards to my books, there are books that I will always keep, but there are others I pass on to other people or trade in several for one I love. Amazon has ways that you can sell books back to them; they do it by looking at the ISBN number too.

Just as people change with time so do the things we value in our lives, hence what we surround ourselves with.

I value:

  1. Always people first.
  2. Things secondly
  3. Most of all, I strive for simplicity and serenity and inner peace which gives happiness naturally.
  4. Enjoying the present moment to its full capacity.
  5. Making your present so phenomenal that you have Stellar Memories to look back on one day.

10 Creative Ways to Declutter Your Home

https://www.becomingminimalist.com/creative-ways-to-declutter/

This is an awesome article that outlines several strategies for streamlining what you own and asking yourself what is it that really matters to you.

It is good to ask yourself periodically what you want to keep in your home. If you do it right, your place will be a show place and not one you are embarrassed when you think of someone entering into it.

Your home reflects its owner. What do you value is reflected all around from the moment your front door is opened.

Create a peaceful, clean place that delights you and is easy to take care of, entertain in and find things.

Asking yourself what items are worth the space it takes in your house to keep or dust, will open up more space you didn’t know you had and remove the psychological hangups of keeping things for “some day”.

Most everything requires upkeep.

I know that I’m scaling down clothes again after reading some of the tips here. I haven’t worn many items for a very long time and a poor lady at The Salvation Army could buy them and wear them. I know because I shopped at those precious places with my mom when I was a kid and found really nice outfits. All the kids thought I was rich, I was in spirit my parents weren’t but did their best raising four children-the youngest being me.

I already donated my larger sized items after losing weight. I ended up getting rid of several boxes worth and gave them to charity, and to neighbors who had less than I- which made me feel good. I like it when my “trash” becomes someone else’s treasure.

So, weather you’re a hoarder or just collect a lot of things or are we just like some great, usable tips that will help you become more organized then you already are, you’ll enjoy the article.

I also hope that something I said speaks to you in a way that will help you live a more peaceful, more organized life. What I know to be a fact is the more organized you are, the less you have to look for things and I like that.

Text written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.