Nora Roberts says : “If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no. If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place”
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From Success Secrets Daily.
Compiled by Paulette Motzko.
January 2017. 8:48 a.m.
We all have Thanksgiving stories to tell and memories that stand out from the rest.
Can you share some of the special times that you remember I’m Thanksgiving?
Was there a time that you donated your time to a Food Bank and cooked and made food for the homeless and underprivileged?
Was there a time when your family got together and everything and everybody was especially wonderful?
Was there a ceremony that you and your family and love ones did that no one else did that made it unique?
Share your story of thankfulness with everyone.
Images photographed and created by Paulette Motzko
What are a few of your favorite things?
Compiled by Paulette Motzko
Thanksgiving Eve 2016
This is my jam: The Cello Song by The Piano Guys on The Piano Guys Radio ♫ #iHeartRadio #NowPlaying http://www.iheart.com/artist/The-Piano-Guys-723067/songs/The-Cello-Song-19023848?campid=android_share
Being that I am a song writer, piano player, & taught piano for over 20 years….I can appreciate the talent these guys have.
They integrated Baroque style with a wonderful syncopation, and gradually added layers of instruments, making your ears smile!
Way to go Piano Guys!
Paulette L Motzko
I found a great post on Word Press that asked his reader this telling question so I thought I would ask the readers of Totally Inspired Mind.
What book impacted your life in a good way that has left a lasting imprint on your soul?
Share the book title with the readers on the site here.
I read Helen Keller’s biography when I was a kid in 5th grade and shared it with my friend Cheryle Lightcap, who was blind and sat in the back of the class with her countless books in braille. After seeing what Helen Keller did and was blind and deaf, with the help of Anne Sullivan, I knew I could do anything I would set my mind to do in life. What I was diagnosed with, epilepsy, even though not well controlled, seemed like nothing by comparison.
Helen Keller is to this day my heroine and if you read her essay called “Optimism” you will see just what a genius she was and it is so incredible because she wrote as though she could see and spoke of topics like philosophy, religion, and politics.
Read any of Helen Keller’s books. She didn’t just write one, but over 20! You can find them all by searching her name in the books section on Amazon and also talking to a good librarian. Her book Mid Life was written later in her life. Even in her late years, she referred to Anne Sullivan as her “teacher”.
My mother was always my “Anne Sullivan” to me instilling values, and integrity and my belief system as well as fostering every talent I possess. The best I am I owe to her.
I hope others write and tell what books made an impression on them as I did here.
Paulette Le Pore Motko