When $65,000 a year for a drug is applauded : Pharmaceutical Prices & A Disabled Person’s Right To Live in Dignity with All Needs Met

When $65,000 a year for a drug is applauded http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/03/health/prescription-drug-prices-public-opinion/index.html Paulette Le Pore Motzko’s Note to Pharmaceutical Companies on Placing People First and Nevada’s Unfair Treatment of People with Epilepsy, Civil Rights & Disabilities  I wish more pharmaceutical companies had more or a “Triple Win Attitude”: I Win, You Win & Society Wins. Huge multi million dollar companies need to keep ever present the real, … Continue reading When $65,000 a year for a drug is applauded : Pharmaceutical Prices & A Disabled Person’s Right To Live in Dignity with All Needs Met

Stages of Our Lives Pass Like Changing Seasons by Paulette Le Pore Motzko New VersionĀ 

Above images created by Paulette Le Pore Motzko, Copyright 2016 Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko. Copyright February 2017 I accidentally erased the link that was on here going to a blog post called “Stages of Change”, and prior to finding the blog post in the wee hours this morning, I had the idea to write this. I thought the entire story would be written … Continue reading Stages of Our Lives Pass Like Changing Seasons by Paulette Le Pore Motzko New VersionĀ 

Your Epilepsy News Resource for Valentine’s Day 2017

http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356861050#/ 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.  … Continue reading Your Epilepsy News Resource for Valentine’s Day 2017

I, for one, love strength, daring, fortitude. I do not want people to kill the fight in them; I want them to fight for the right things. Helen Keller

Helen Keller Says: “I, for one, love strength, daring, fortitude. I do not want people to kill the fight in them; I want them to fight for right things.” One of the earliest known pictures of Helen Keller with her extraordinary teacher Anne Sullivan. She was my role model since I was 9 years old diagnosed with epilepsy. I discovered her and playing piano I’m … Continue reading I, for one, love strength, daring, fortitude. I do not want people to kill the fight in them; I want them to fight for the right things. Helen Keller

Watch “Michelle Obama’s Top 10 Rules For Success (@FLOTUS)” on YouTube

All images searched on Pinterest, Compiled by Paulette L Motzko October 22, 2016 9:13 a.m. Continue reading Watch “Michelle Obama’s Top 10 Rules For Success (@FLOTUS)” on YouTube

Obama: Declared Trump ‘Unfit’ Equal Rights, Leadership vs Dictatorship & Disabled Rights in Nevada by P.L Motzko)

Obama: Trump ‘unfit’ for presidency http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/02/politics/obama-says-trump-unfit-for-presidency/index.html Hooray! Finally Obama says exactly what I have been writing and saying all week. I hope this is the first step to taking very very strict action of for the first time in history deeming someone unfit to be the president of United States. It’s not a free chair. You have to earn that chair was there ever a … Continue reading Obama: Declared Trump ‘Unfit’ Equal Rights, Leadership vs Dictatorship & Disabled Rights in Nevada by P.L Motzko)

Larissa Martinez in her Valedictorian in Graduation Speech: I’m Undocumented

Valedictorian Larissa Martinez said in her graduation speech: “I’m undocumented” http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/10/us/texas-undocumented-valedictorian-trnd/index.html You have to read what this very brave young lady said as Valedictorian at her graduation. Her courageous speech surprised everyone, and she was bright in saving her secret for a “punch line “at the end of her speech. America was founded on the principles that all people have the same rights. She made … Continue reading Larissa Martinez in her Valedictorian in Graduation Speech: I’m Undocumented

You are the match that shows the world that WE can do extraordinary things- TOGETHER. – Paulette L Motzko

Image created by Paulette Motzko on PhotoQuotes.com. Copyright March 2016 11:56 a.m. Continue reading You are the match that shows the world that WE can do extraordinary things- TOGETHER. – Paulette L Motzko

When the Pope & Catholic Church Changes So Does The World

Allowing Families to Know Be the Boss of How Many Children They Have (Removing the Stigma that Birth Control is a Sin) I hesitated printing this piece in fear that I would outrage too many people. This is America though, and I have discussed this with people all over and gotten many supporters of this view-point. In life, you can worry about how many people … Continue reading When the Pope & Catholic Church Changes So Does The World

Life is a Succession of Lessons Which Must Be Lived to be Understood

When I was a child of 9 years old I was diagnosed with complex partial epilepsy and little would I know that it would take many years to find a drug named Tegretol to find control in my freshman year of high school before I knew what health meant. My best friend in 5th grade was a blind smart girl named Cheryl Lightcap, and I … Continue reading Life is a Succession of Lessons Which Must Be Lived to be Understood

Haiku: America’s Child

America’s Child Haiku by Paulette Le Pore Motzko America’s Child All races and creeds unite One equal common bond All being given The same equal rights Shelter, food and love I see too many Who suffer and have nothing Urgent need is here Continue reading Haiku: America’s Child