Encourage Originality and Uniqueness Teach Leadership Skills at an Early Age by Paulette Le Pore Motzko

It isn’t the smartest person that succeeds or the strongest or the most popular or the one with the most money, but the one who adapts to life’s events the best. Change is what is known in life, and all is absolute.


Everyone has something wrong with them they aren’t sharing.

There is always something every human doesn’t reveal to the world that they hide, but everyone has flaws or some kind of “disability”.

Maybe that disability isn’t a physical one, but a mental one, or an addiction or some dark secret they won’t tell.

Those who shine and sparkle keep working diligently with the tools they possess and keep working for bigger and better tools of their trade and then they use those when they can afford them. Those invincible, courageous people don’t follow the norm. They branch out and do something they know is incredible by studying what people in their field are doing.

I always laugh at the people who “follow” everybody else. What is it you want to do and you were meant to do? After all, if everybody were jumping off a bridge would you jump too? Hopefully not.

Originality is precious.


Those courageous souls who break the norm and aren’t afraid to try something new and stand out in the crowd.


Uniqueness shines like a brilliant star in the vast sapphire blue universe.

Teach your kids to walk tall and hold their heads up and walk away from the idiocy of school pressures. Let the other kids do stupid things to themselves, let them drink til their dizzy and their brains are numb. Let them do drugs, but you don’t have to do it too or hang with them! Let them use filthy words, but you can show you possess intelligence and not use them too.

Report bullies when you see them and stop it from going on; to watch or know about it is to be as guilty as the rest by not doing something about it!

Tell your kids to choose your friends and associates wisely because they could end up just like them. My mom, God bless her, taught me morals, values, and she did a great job of instilling this simple truth in my mind, and it is so clear cut with me. It can be with you too. It is all in how you look at it. and Attitude is the key most important thing you will every possess in your life.

Give your kids the gifts of self-respect, dignity, and integrity and what you put it in you will get back out in dividends.

What you tell your yourself and your children so they will be. If you tell your self and your children they are failures they will live up to your lousy unfair expectations of them. However if you can see the hidden gleaming potential lying dormant inside their being, waiting to bloom like a tulip bulb planted deep in the winter’s soil, only to come out and bloom come spring.

Allow yourself to bloom by watering gently with positive self talk and caring with love. Build up your children and the people you come in contact with through the course of a day with simple words that are life-changing.

You would never believe how simple some of those words are.

For instance, ask those you meet not only how they are, but also make it a point to remember names everywhere, because it shows they matter, and you will matter too.

Written by Paulette L Motzko
All images created by Paulette L Motzko
Copyright June 2015

Little girl throws first pitch with UNLV engineered robotic hand – www.ktnv.com


This story made my day. I want to go to UNLV and meet the extraordinary, triple win thinking, engineering students who created this sweet little girl’s new hand.
More people in the world should act when they know they can make a difference in someone’s life. These engineering students did!

Way to go UNLV.

I used to live in Winchester walking distance from UNLV, now I have my own place by CSN.

This is awesome.

We need more people who “come up to the plate” and change things just because they’re able to.


Image by and Written by Paulette L Motzko

March 23rd,  2015
3:57 p.m.

Give a Gift That Keeps Giving: Give To The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army – Ways We Help http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/ways-we-help (Share from CM Browser)

When I was a kid I used to go to The Salvation Army with my mom and we used to pick out what clothes I would wear to school. Now mind you, rich people often wear an outfit once or until they’re tired of it, which could be once. The smart ones donate things that are like brand new and mom and I were experts at finding them.

Thinking back I remember exact outfits I had that would have cost a fortune, but didn’t, thanks to my mother’s ingenuity and persistence and the kind ladys who worked at The Salvation Army that used to be in the historic Garden Grove Main Street shopping district.

My dad gave my mom hell every time she went and bought things for us. Instead he should have thanked her for taking her time, and for providing for his children, that he couldn’t afford to buy clothes for in traditional stores.

The kids at Simmons Elementary thought I was rich, with my beautiful grey wool dress and boots with butterflies embroideried in them. Little did they know it took a lot of looking and time to come up with the outfits I wore, and I was far from being a rich kid.

I felt like a rich kid though when I was with momc, who made me realize that the true worth of someone wasn’t in their bank account but what they valued, their intelligence and their attitude about themselves and the way they treated others.

The Salvation Army mom and I used to go to was replaced by a silly music lesson and dance lesson studio, and it still seems almost sacreligious that our favorite store isn’t there any more.

There are stores in your area, and those stores raise money for the many programs outlined in the story you’ll read when you click on the link at the beginning of this post.

Images created by Paulette L Motzko

Give a gift that gives to more than just one and in amazing real ways.

Donate your time too this holiday and ring a bell for The Salvation Army to raise more donations at this time of year.

When you give this kind of gift, it lives on in the lives of people you will never see, but you bought them food and shelter and well read on.

God bless you and here is a standing ovation to all the self sacrificing workers who make it all possible.

May you keep doing the great works to the many you help for all time.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright December 10th, 2014
4:45 p.m.

Who Needs a Good Morning Hug? Hug The One You’re With & You’ll be Hugged Too!


Good morning to all the 1,507 followers of Totally Inspired Mind: Where Positive Minds Congregate.
Thank you for sharing the stories, points and words of wisdom I write and hand select each day.

When you wake up in the morning don’t just run to get your morning cup of coffee (like I swear by) but show LOVE and THOUGHTFULNESS to every person who is in your path.

Set the coffee maker up the night before, make lunches the night before, set your clothes and accessories out & even take a shower the evening before (it will relax your muscles and help you sleep better), so all you do is wake up, be grateful you did wake up for another day on this great planet we share, and drink coffee (or tea or whatever you like), pray, meditate and get ready.

Allow yourself TIME so you can relax and NOT HURRY. Hug your significant other and tell your kids you love them as they head for school & work.
Show yourself you love yourself enough to give yourself TIME the night before and when you awaken so YOUR ATTITUDE will be BRIGHT along with the RISING SUN..

Written by Paulette L Motzko
October 29th, 2014
Copyright, 2014

Please Hamas Cease Fire. Over 240 Innocent Children Died Because of Arrogance & Stupidity. They did nothing to deserve this!

Gaza violence: Israeli shelling hits U.N. school as Hamas mulls truce via Yahoo News Digest

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Cease Fire.

In war everybody loses.

All my fellow blogger writer friends, please share this post on your blog and you will be making a valid contrubution to the world to encourage peace.
Thank you to all my writer/blogger friends who already reblogged this on their web sites.

Writers are powerful people.

They can change the world and people’s minds…
One word at a time!
Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Creator of Totally Inspired Mind: Where Positive Minds Congregate
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Children Are Our Future Now

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Writer, Photographer, Marketer

Listen to Children’s Words (Jonathan’s Story)

There are times when I wonder what this world I coming to, and tonight was one of those times. Here I am sitting in the dining area at Target and I saw Jonathan walk inside and ask four different people the same question. (I could tell by the words he spoke-and the shape of his mouth when he said the words. It looked like he just wanted to borrow someone’s phone to make a call.)

Now Jonathan is a sweet fourteen year old kid who was selling Helen Grace candy bars at $4 each to help raise money for The Boys and Girls Club. I love the Boys and Girls Club and the good they do for children teaching teamsmanship, responsibility and raising money for helping keep kids in the inner city areas away from drugs and off the streets and instead active.. Those are good things.

If the four people Jonathan asked, before me, had simply dialed the number he wanted to call his mother-they might have found that out. I think people just typecast the poor kid, because people were walking around him, almost through him and barely noticed him. The ones he spoke to asking to borrow their phones-need their heads examined. It is a sad day indeed when you can’t help make a call for child-or listen to what they have to say to you. After all, we adults are their mentors, educators and those they look up to.


I taught kids of all ages, so I probably notice them a little more than others and also care about their welfare. When a kid-need to use your cell phone that means he is lost or there is something important he has to say-what should we do as adults? Listen-is my answer. Jonathan just wanted to call his mom but what if it was an emergency? And the other people didn’t let he poor kid use a phone?

What have we come to when people cannot stop to listen to a sweet kid and help them?

When Jonathan began to speak, I saw the look in his eyes and how shy he was and what a hard time he was having selling the $4 candy bars. He looked down and said “four dollars”-I know it is a lot of money. I gave him five bucks and he said, “You want the dollar back?” and I said “no” to him and he replied “God bless you M’am”.

What is the best part of this story?

Is it the sweetness of the Helen Grace Chunky Chocolate Bar I bought that is more than a candy bar, but raises money for some of the poorest kids helping to show them there are great things in store for them in this world.

The sweetness really lies in the sparkle in Jonathan’s eyes when he saw that I cared and liked him and said what a great kid he was. (And he is!)

He allowed me to take his photo and I told him I would write something about him and how I wish there were more “Jonathans” around. He thought the site Children Are Our Future Now was cool.

It is even more cool with stories about kids like Jonathan featured on it.

Have a great night everybody.

I am happy because as the 508 words are typing on my computer here, they are the first words both my hands have typed in many months, due to my cast being cut off my left hand yesterday afternoon.

My ring finger is still sore and my index finger a little sore but, in time, I am certain they will improve.

I wish you all peace and love wherever you are reading this.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. – Pablo Picasso

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso


What kind of artistic ability do you have?

Are you doing something with it today?

If not, it might be a good idea to go get a canvas and paint or draw or write, or compose a song, or create a culinary masterpiece, or write the novel you have been talking about.

As long as we are always creating, learning and becomining someone more than we were before, life will never be boring and we will never grow old in mind or body.-

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
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November 3rd, 2013

11:34 a.m.

Your Epilepsy News Resource Newsletter is Out!


If you know someone who has epilepsy or has seizures but hasn’t yet been diagnosed, get them an appointment with a good neurologist and schedule an EEG to determine if they are having seizure activity. Once you get a diagnosis, they can begin to deal with how to treat it.

Information is power and that’s why I created this wonderful newsletter.

I had seizures when I was 4 years old but didn’t know how to describe them. I called them “tummy aches”. It wasn’t until I was 9 and I had my first complex partial seizure that I went into Palm Harbor Hospital at 9 years old that the problem was neurological in nature.

If you have younger children, make sure and ask detailed questions about how the child feels. If you ever see a lapse in consciousness, get him or her to see a neurologist with a specialty in seizures and epilepsy as soon as possible.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

The Ring Always BELIEVES THE FINGER LIVES FOR IT. Malcolm Chazal

“The ring always believes that the finger lives for it.”
I didn’t write this quote but the way it was written spawned a series of new quotes and I am sure you my readers can think of a few more.


This quote made me think about the purpose different inanimate objects have for one another, as if you personified them.

You could take this and instead hypothesize saying then the rose lives to be adored and loved by a woman.

The child lives to be nurtured and loved by their mother and father.

And finally…

Paper lives for the pen that will write on it and the pen lives for genius whose incredible ideas are written & lead way to inventions and future books that utilize them all!



A teapot lives for the tea that is poured into it.

What relationship can you think of?

Share your keen observations on this.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

July 7th, 2013

130 p.m.

19 firefighters killed in Arizona Blaze- A Tribute & Prayer for their Wives & Children


Little would I think when I was watching the news on CNN last night I would hear of such a horrifying and sad story about the loss of 19 heroic fireman in Arizona who lost their lives fighting a mighty blaze.

Never in my almost 52 years on this earth have I heard of that many fireman losing their lives to keep a blaze away from people’s homes.

I was born in Tucson and visited my uncle there recently and know firsthand how hot and dry the Sonoran desert can be. It was the biggest reason I decided not to move there, even though the apartments were very inexpensive compared to over priced southern CA.

I want to say God bless you to all the families and friends of each fireman who will never come home to their earthly home but who has come home to His Maker God Almighty where through their incredibly selfless actions and heroic deeds I am sure are sitting at the highest helm in Heaven.

I hope all the wives of each fireman somehow find peace and solace in their hearts and an angel is beside them when they sleep so they don’t feel lonely.

I also pray for the children who lost their fathers all too soon in this tragedy. They are their father’s sons and daughters and they also will be great and do great works just as he did. I hope their tears are wiped by their mothers and Great God Almighty gives them the Courage they need to simply go on.

Here is a salute from Paulette Le Pore Motzko to the Hot Shot Fire Team and their families and friends.
I didn’t know them but it puts tears in my eyes now.

I am sorry for your loss at this time.

Do you know a positive, goal-oriented person? I will write a story about them.

We need more role models and positive stories about people who have made a difference or people who had a passion and love for something and made a living out of it.

Also, if you know of a young adult, teenager or child who is special and has showed that in spite of peer pressure they still have morals and values, tell me about them.


Send a short bio and story about them and their full name and a send me a photo in jpg file format, and I will do my best to write about them. The more we share and highlight people like this, the more people like this will be.

By telling about the lives of positive people who have made a difference to others and in their communities, it urges others others to do the same as them. Good people are like a ripple in a stream or pond…their actions influence others way beyond what they will ever know.

Send your stories and photos to Paulette Motzko at:




Paulette Le Pore 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 you outrage and never do anything, feel anything or speak your mind. This is mine, and I believe that no matter who you are, you should be accountable for what you do.

The Catholic Church is not the only one that makes people feel like they are committing sins for using birth control; many other “religions” do that same thing. As you know, religions were created by men, and women have the babies! I don’t think one “religion” was created by a woman, was there?

I placed education first, couldn’t have kids for medical reasons and knew that when I was a kid. I grew up quickly and knew the real facts of life at nine years old. I taught children for 20 years and love children and stand up for their rights all the time. You don’t have to give birth to a child to care about them as a whole, any more than I need to give birth to dolphins or whales to care about the sea and clean water.


I hope I get more supporters than nay sayers. I hope that people think about the crux of the problem with our welfare system and how it taxes our country. By going to the root of the problem, or at least one of the biggest ones-the guilt trip organized religions (Catholicism etc.,) place on families who might otherwise make wiser decisions for themselves if they weren’t made to feel guilty.

It should be a crime if you allow yourself to get pregnant and know you have no way to support the child. All of a sudden there is another life on the line, one too small to speak for itself.-a baby. Birth control is not a sin nor is planned parenthood. It is called intelligent, responsible and what needs to be taught at early ages to decrease teen out-of-wedlock pregnancies and reduce abortions, which I do not agree with. THE SIN IS NOT USING BIRTH CONTROL AND LIVING LIKE ANIMALS WITH NO MORAL CONSCIOUS ABOUT WHAT YOU DO.

When my ex husband, who is a rocket scientist didn’t pay me alimony for 2 years and made it impossible for me to find him, I was introduced into the welfare system and when I saw how many children were being raised by children, and I saw how the CHILDREN WERE LOSING. IT WASN’T FAIR TO THEM. We need to address this on a broad scope in terms of family planning classes held within various churches. It is part of life and to avoid it is like burying our heads in the sand, any more than dodging sex education is an important part of being an adult.

Imagine instead that every family could choose how many children they had, without guilt, or being made to feel evil for being responsible and doing what they know is right for them. I think the Church medals in areas they shouldn’t. My mother and father were married for 63 years and it would be been 64 if my father had lived to see it. The “church” didn’t recognize their marriage because my dad was married to another lady and she cheated on him when he was in the service. Was that his fault? He was only married a few months and mom was the wonderful lady who he married after and had four children with and yet they acted like he wasn’t good enough. It was not fair to him or my mother who was like a saint-rearing his children. She wanted to become Catholic and wanted to go to communion together, but the “church” ruined that goal. Why would they do that?

Where children are concerned, I want the churches of the world to think QUALITY RATHER THAN QUANTITY. Having a dozen kids that the parents cannot afford doesn’t make it right. I don’t think God thinks that is a good thing, when they have to rely on government assistance to feed them. That isn’t how it is supposed to work.


I would rather the parent have one or two that they can raise, teach, clothe and show values to, spend time with and make proud one day-that they can afford financially to support.  That child will thank his or parents when he becomes an adult that they did that because it allowed him to be the doctor or engineer or nurse that they did.

Removing the stigma of making birth control a sin has to go because it is stupid, out dated and was created by people who don’t live in the real world. Those who created those laws were men, because NO WOMAN WOULD MAKE A LAW THAT WOULD NOT GIVE HER THE RIGHT TO GIVE BIRTH OR PREVENT HERSELF FROM HAVING ANY MORE. WHEN A WOMAN GETS TO BE 30 IT BECOMES DANGEROUS TO HAVE CHILDREN AND BIRTH DEFECTS ARE INCREASED. A WOMAN IS NOT A HORSE THAT YOU PUT OUT TO PASTURE OR A “BABY MAKER” THAT JUST KEEPS ON GIVING. Thinking in this way goes back to the dark ages, and in 2013 we are very sophisticated people and I hope that my words ignite a light bulb of understanding that wasn’t there before on this.

I mention that because the Pope is simply a man who wears a big hat and outfit and gets really great meals each night, but he is human and makes mistakes. The Church makes mistakes and has made thousands of them through the years. As the years change and people become enlightened, things change and I hope I put this story in the hands of the heads of The Catholic Church so they can think in a way they never thought before.

I make some valid points here that cannot be denied and children are not like gifts under a Christmas tree-in the same way they are always called “Gifts from God”. They are gifts but each child earns the right to have two parents and be raised with not only love but the funds required for clothing, education, and other important considerations.

Birth control is a very needed thing in that it allows parents to do what Planned Parenthood has known all along-control how many children one brings into a family. Many women like myself had health conditions stopping them from having children. If they would have had kids it could be fatal and caused great health risks and also caused birth defects. I am not the only woman in the world who is can say this, meaning the Catholic Church in general needs to re-examine their stance on parenting and what it means to be a good parent. Also, what is a parent’s role? If a parent’s role is to crank out as many kids as possible like some kind of contest, at the risk of all, then by all means forget birth control.  However, if a parent’s role is to raise the most intelligent young people who are raised in a positive environment, with role models that urge them to further their educations, then the fewer the children, the more attention can be given on the few the parent has.

I believe the parent’s role is to bring out the best you have to offer in that child’s life. A parent is a lot like a gardener nurturing that little bloom to one day blossom with love, tender loving care and hopefully imparting every positive element in the two parent’s personalities.

Many never think along those lines, and just succumb to animalistic sex for sex sake acts, bringing kids into the world who have kids for parents and due to the immaturity of the parent, the child is coming into the world at already a disadvantage.

It makes me sad to think of it.

The Church in general, no matter what faith, needs to teach and set better examples for the young men and women, who at sixteen already have two children when they are not even adults! I cannot imagine what kind of parent would allow this.

When the Pope Changes and Catholic Church Change So Does the World

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Copyright March 23, 2013

I was so happy to hear on Fox News about the church endorsing stem cell research. It is encouraging, as a Catholic, do hear that the church is waking up and getting out of the dark ages. Part of being responsible adults is to welcome evidence in science that can help us live longer, overcome disease like Alzheimer’s Disease-which my mother has and I care about finding cures for and preventative treatments for, among many others.

When the video played I began speaking this and then I opened up MS Word and the words I have been rehearsing about the issues presented here began flowing out.

Along with the new Pope Francis, I hope this is an omen or a sign that he is bringing with him a new more enlightened mind. He is the leader and the whole Catholic Church follows what he says and orders. I have been very unhappy with the pope going to third world countries and telling them to not use condoms when they are dying from being overpopulated. That is like telling them to kill themselves. UNICEF and other organizations invest their time and effort and send men and women to educate and show less educated countries about birth control.

Birth control is a necessary thing to employ to be responsible adults no matter where you live. I came from a family of 6-me being the youngest, two brothers and my sister the oldest. I learned what birth control was when I was nine years old and where babies really came from because I was too intelligent to buy the story about the stork dropping babies from the sky! I was diagnosed with epilepsy at nine years old and was a very sickly child and didn’t know what health was until much later at 14 years old when Tegretol came around.

The point I am making is, there is never a young age to learn about the body, what it does and also what things to prevent. I taught children piano for 20 years and care about their welfare, their lives and their futures. I couldn’t have children due to having epilepsy. It would have caused great birth defects on the child and the risk was too high. So, my husband and I knew having children was out. That is alright. Having children is a choice and not right for all. More people should be honest with this and know what kind of person they are, because many shouldn’t have them and the child suffers.

There are laws and a new way of thinking that I would like the Catholic Church and other Christian based religions to embrace: It is not a sin to use birth control but a gift to the child:

  1. No child should be raised without a mother and father
  2. No child should be brought up with someone with no job
  3. No child should be raised with a family that cannot afford it

By not allowing parents to use their own common sense and making it a “sin” to use birth control pills or other means of contraception, you are forcing them to bring more and more children they cannot afford nor take care of for what reason? Does the priest take care of them or have them? I have seen countless women with 8 kids who look like they are nearly dead giving birth to children they don’t have the money to feed, the father has to work over time to feed and provide for them, and their patience is gone. The child is losing, they will never get a college education and it is a triple loss. All these children cost tax payers and other Americans $800 per child when they go on Welfare because they cannot afford them!

I know this because my ex husband didn’t pay me alimony for two years and I went to get temporary financial assistance to help me live and pay for my needs. I was told “I needed a kid to get money from the government and for me to get a kid!” I couldn’t believe how ridiculous that sounded and also how unfair it was and how it went against my civil rights as a human being. We should give honors to people who are responsible in this country and who care about doing the right thing for all.

Birth control, if not used responsibly, will force families to continue to procreate way past what they can afford, forcing them to be parents long after they should, setting a child up for failure with no funds available for education, and making the mother die earlier than what she would have otherwise. A woman should be in control of her body and should be able to say when she is giving birth. That is a basic civil right that no priest anywhere has the right to alter. I would get millions of fathers to agree on this and I have discussed this with families I have seen in the welfare offices and they would sign any documents related to this and vote for it.

I have seen this worst in the Latino communities with Mexican young women who should be in college and school and instead they are pushing a stroller with 3 young kids! To all the priests and religious leaders who don’t give birth to the children, nor do pay for them or raise them, open your minds to allow families to be free to decide how many children they raise. It is smart, responsible and fair to the child. The Catholic Church was man-made and men made the laws and in 2013 with our welfare system being taxed to the nines and in California we are going broke paying the $800 per child when simply people could use common sense learn to pay the consequences of what they do. It makes me mad when I see a child lose in this scenario. If you think on this, you will see that we have to stop this vicious cycle and make it a crime for anyone to bring a child into the world if you are not married. In order to do that, you need abstinence and birth control. Once married, you need birth control or every family will have 13 kids and that is ridiculous. The Catholic Church needs to wake up, grow up and enforce teaching about what it is, Planned Parenthood and other issues related to being a mature adult. Abortion is not the answer. It is all in prevention, and that is where birth control and also teaching to young adults what they are signing up to when they consent to have sex with someone. It is greatly needed.


I take the bus, due to almost being killed in a car crash from having a seizure behind the wheel 15 years ago. I see at least a dozen young women who have no idea how to treat a child, how to raise them, and they are about 16 years old with 3 kids. Mexicans are predominantly Catholic. The Catholic Church needs to address this issue, and on the broad spectrum, needs to open its minds and think and contemplate on the words I have said here, and strive for creating a TRIPLE WIN. THE CHILD WINS, THE PARENTS WIN AND WE CREATE FAMILIES THAT CAN TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES WITH THE BUDGETS THEY HAVE AND NOT MAKE THEM FEEL THEY ARE COMMITTING A SIN WHEN THEY USE BIRTH CONTROL MEASURES AND INSTEAD APPLAUD THEIR RESPONSIBLE MATURE ACTIONS.

We currently have a Triple Loss:

  1. The child loses because the parents have too many children and no one child ever gets the right amount of attention he or she needs to grow up into a responsible, well-adjusted mature adult.
  2. The parent’s are over taxed and usually cannot afford the huge family they have due to stupid archaic view points on planned parent hood
  3. Society and the United States lose because we are paying for each one of those children, all for the price of what? Is God happy that each child doesn’t get a college education? Does it make God happy that the mother feels like she should be put out to pasture from having one child a year, having grey hair and having no energy and no time for herself? She has nothing more to give because she has given it 8 times over.
  4. The family’s bank account cannot support having one child a year, which is what happens when the dark ages method of the rhythm method is used. My sister had two of her children using that. It doesn’t work.
  5. Believe me, God would be happier to have fewer children who get more attention and who have parents who can raise them, provide for them and who have better temperaments due to the added attention given by the mother and father. The grown child now adult will Thank God for allowing him to grow up and have every amenity a child should have to enable him to get a college education and become the doctor or engineer he did.
  6. Without rethinking this Triple Loss Scenario, you are forcing families to stay in the minority category and remain on Welfare with others paying for their existence forever. And you are the root of the problem.
  7. A lot of thought went into this and the solution to how to correct this terrible problem.

Please read this and read it again and make copies and pass it onward.

I might run for office one day. I have had people say they would vote for me.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko