Your profession is not what brings home your paycheck. Your profession is what you were put on Earth to do with such a passion and such intensity that it becomes spiritual in calling. Vincent Van Gogh

What is your spiritual calling? Have you discovered it? Share what you do with the other followers on Totally Inspired Mind.

What helps you discover your spiritual calling? Can you share it with others so they can find their calling faster? Do you have any advice?

Image from motivational quotes. Compiled and written by Paulette Motzko

November 10th 2016 5:27 p.m.

Have you ever traveled by train? If so, where did you go? What were some of the advantages of seeing the world at a slower pace?

Where did you travel to by train? 

Who were you with and what train did you meander on?

What was the most memorable thing about your trip?

Share your colorful story in the comment box.

Paulette L Motzko

Images photographed by Leonardo Valencia

Photo Editing and Digital Arts by Paulette Motzko

Copyright Valencia Motzko Inc

September 2016
I have trouble numerous times by train and it was a wonderful experience. You get to see the world go by at a snail’s pace, depending on the kind of train you take. I took the California Zephyr when I was first married, and lived in Sandy, Utah and I stayed with my family different members of my family that is, visiting for several weeks. 

 The ride was really wonderful via Amtrak.

It gives you time to write, think, enjoy looking at the beautiful countryside and you meet whoever sits next to you. I got lucky and on my trip from Salt Lake City to California, the lady I sat next to was a single nurse.

If you aren’t in a hurry, take a train ride and if you’re a writer and photographer like me, bring your computer and camera.  You’ll get the time you wished for to write those chapters in your book or put up some great blog posts!
Written by Paulette L Motzko 

September 29th, 2016

10:31 a.m.

Thank You to my 2,575 Positive Minded followers of Totally Inspired Mind.

Image photography and Digital Arts by Paulette L Motzko

You all enrich my life in ways that you just may never know- everyday, every afternoon and every evening. Through all of your wonderful comments and suggestions and through the knowledge I glean from all of you, I have been made a much better, enlightened person since the birth of the web site.

May you all have health, wealth, joy and love always. 

May you all funder ways to use your God-Given Talents and Abilities doing a profession you love too.

Copyright September 19th, 2016

11:22 p.m.

We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone to achieve that beauty. -Maya Angelou

Image found on Pinterest, from, a fabulous,  information-packed site for all types of mental health topic’s and self help resources.

I love the wonderful graphis they have. I wish they would once again give credit to the talented artist who writes and creates the images that attracted me to go to their site!

Here’s a standing ovation to you!
Paulette Le Pore Motzko 

September 16th, 2016

4:25 p.m.

Sometimes what you take for granted can mean the world to someone else. 

Yesterday late afternoon after buying a new Epson Workforce WF-100 Wireless Mobile Printer I walked over to one of my favorite Starbucks close to me.

 Matthew, the very knowledgeable,  triple-winning manager that I called in advance and asked for to help answering questions about making the best purchase for me was a delight to meet in person. He surprised gave me and gave me a thoughtful, sweet present with some VIP Coupons,  that I will use.

 He have me two of the nicest feeling pens and an organizer. Sometimes the simplest things like paper and a pen can bring out the creative side and you that doesn’t come out when you type or any other way. 

I am happily writing away drinking my decaf iced American and a homeless guy, parched from this line opened the door where I was with his big dog asking for a cup for water. He open the door 2 times begging for a cop and I just handed him my drink and said he could have it. There are so many homeless in Las Vegas on every street corner just about, and I’m not a social worker but I will always care about others, no matter what their situation is, or how they got in the situation they are.

The poor guy”s eyes lit up as though I had handed him a million dollars. I only wish I could have done more. I only wish the people who run this town cared more about others and developing a community spirit too. If they did, more people who need help would get it. 
Written by Paulette L Motzko

September 7th, 2016

10:09 a.m.

A strong woman loves, forgives, walks away, let’s go, tries again, perseveres… No matter what life throws at her. –


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If you are a woman, do you feel you’ve done exactly this? Sure what you’ve done to overcome your adversity to keep going to be persistent and courageous. Your story could give hope to other women. You could encourage them to do better and strive to hire summits in life.

Compiled and text Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko,
Copyright December 2015
11:05 a.m.