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Copyright December 10th 2017 at 4:25 p.m.
Photography and Digital Arts by Paulette Motzko.
Copyright August 2017.
This is for all you ladies out there. How many of you ladies envisioned yourself doing something and then you worked as hard as you possibly could on it, and then you succeeded and you triumphed?
I’m sure you felt like you’re just climbed Mount Everest and you were looking down at the scenic Countryside below you.
I know I felt that way more than once in my life.
What things did you do to help you accomplish what you were shooting for?
Can you share some of your inside tips for success with all the other ladies we’re reading this right now?
This inquiring mind would love to know how you did what you did, and how you stayed motivated until you reach your ultimate goal.
Written by Paulette Motzko.
Copyright August 2017.
August 6th 2017 10:36 p.m.
I am so surprised I have never heard this beautiful song by James Taylor and that it wasn’t played more when it came out years ago, and isn’t played more now.
His music got me through high school and it’s still getting me by. Between his melodic harmonies, beautiful guitar playing, and wisdom filled words…he’s still got it and illustrates how you can get better as you get older
Like James Taylor’s beautiful song,
I want to be a lighthouse that shine’s a ray of hopeful light out for all to see…
I want it lead the way to safety and more positive and hopeful paths for others.
I have treaded tragic paths so gruesome it would shock most people and I don’t think the average person could have lived and survived through it. I know they wouldn’t have.
Fortunately I wasn’t made average though, and I am always adapting each day, doing the best with what parameters I am given.
I have lived through a literal hell of health problems, striving for better times while making most of the least, while becoming more.
I had to become strong, industrious and good at research to find the answers to my medical dilemmas and to get answers on how to find my cure to intractable catamenial epilepsy. There is no cure, but with the right medicine, doctor, diet, sleep and winning attitude, I am doing very well. After all, when you have everything to gain from finding the answers, you look harder and relentlessly.
When you do find life changing answers to help yourself, you can also help others with it as well and possibly even make history….which gives me great joy at the mere thought.
In spite of all the hell and lack of friends throughout my life, who I thought had integrity but found friends who are not genuine when they discover you are “different” from them and don’t like you unconditionally as I do with others.
I always focused on what my abilities were and all the positive aspects of my life. Being dealt a disability-epilepsy at nine years old; that is all I have known. My best and first friend was blind like Helen Keller, and she was genuine and thoroughly as accepting of me as I was her. I learned qualities like compassion and empathy early though, unlike most kids.
Those earliest memories helped form my character who us one who sees the beauty in all people.
I continually tried to push to the limits, erasing the word DIS and maximizing the word ABILTIES.
I hope and pray one day my disability will simply fade away like a ship in the bleak of night, passing the lighthouse on by, letting my light shine as it was always supposed to.
I hope one day my light will shine so brilliantly, like an aurora borealis crystal, sparking so bright that people forget and simply don’t care that I was “disabled” at all….but know my special talents far way anything else.
Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko,
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Compiled by Paulette Motzko
Copyright June 23rd, 2017
Updated 7:03 a.m.
There are over 100 contributors on this issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.
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Paulette Le Pore Motzko created by Paulette Motzko.
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PLM Studios, 2015, 2017
I hope my newsletter helps someone you know who has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or memory trouble and also helps the caregivers who care for them.
Word Cloud Inspiring Alzheimer”s Disease Image created by Paulette L. Motzko.
Copyright May 2017.
Written by Paulette L. Motzko.
Updated Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 5:10 p.m.
Make your intentions genuine.
Have big picture ideas where you see the big picture of the entire world and much as the nose on your face.
Shoot for longevity in the projects you’re working on.
Genuinely try and help every client, as unique a’s they are.
When you open your mind and think of opportunities and what you can give, and ways you could help each client—great things happen.
Don’t compare ourself to what everyone else is doing. Think outside the box and think for yourself. Expand on your ideas.
If all you do is follow others, you could be following mediocrity! You want to be the one that leads the way to new, brighter Horizons!
Opportunities will arise that will appear as though if by Magic. I am a very spiritual, intuitive, Christian lady; I know that “magic” is GOD.
Blessings will surface effortlessly when you have your mind off the dollars you’re getting for the job. Instead, focus on building lasting relationships and building in creating extraordinary projects that lead to recurring work and passive income.
Life is way more than quick payoffs.
Success isn’t measured by how much money you have in the bank but rather what kind of human being you are and what your value system is. You can make good money and add value to other people’s lives and enjoy doing it. All those things are possible for you and I. You have to give it all some serious thought though, with no distractions.
Everything you do in life builds your reputation, and from your soul, your mind and attitude, your heart and your brain- your reputation will follow you the rest of your life and each positive, proactive action carves your reputation.
Do exemplary things.
Don’t be afraid of hard work because there is a huge payoff that will help more than you awaiting you.
Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.
High definition wallpaper image from Zedge.
May 2nd, 2017 at 9:03 a.m.
Coffee Shop Employees Console Widow Through Window of Drive-Through (LOOK):
Compiled by Paulette Motzko March 21st 2017 at 9:25 a.m.
Patience, Hope, and Courage (3 min read) – http://wp.me/p7hi1Z-6sD
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March 11th, 2017 3:40 a.m.
The Great Dance – http://wp.me/pWvz0-Xt
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Compiled by Paulette Motzko.
March 4th 2017 at 11:02 a.m.
There are 198 contributors in today’s issue of Your Epilepsy News Resource.
More people have epilepsy than you know. They probably just afraid to tell you and disclose the truth for fear that you would look differently upon them.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko is the creator and Editor of Your Epilepsy News Resource.
Read. Learn. Empower Yourself and Others With Knowledge.
Knowledge is Power.
Written by Paulette L Motzko.
Photos created by Paulette Motzko
Me at The Texas Station Hotel and Casino last night.
Photography by my friend Miss V.
Photo editing by Paulette Motzko
February 14th, 2017
Helen Keller Says:
“If I regarded my life from the point of view of the pessimist, I should be undone. I should seek in vain for the light that does not visit my eyes and the music that does not ring in my ears. I should beg night and day and never be satisfied. I should sit apart in awful solitude, a prey to fear and despair. But since I consider it a duty to myself and to others to be happy, I escape a misery worse than any physical deprivation.”
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Compiled by Paulette Motzko.
February 8th 2017. 8:41 a.m.