Nepal Earthquake: Help Children Now | UNICEF USA

This goes right to the UNICEF donation page. I know we all have our problems, and we’re all operating on seemingly tight budget and some which are really really tight. If you can afford $5 $10 50 to help the very tragic situation in Nepal then I would say try and do it even if it’s $5. You poor people are without any way to communicate to each other. I pray that they find the courage to get through all this. It is all so devastating.

Paulette Motzko
Totally Inspired Mind


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Be bold and help another.

Written by Paulette L Motzko
April 26, 2015
5:06 p.m.


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Formula, Equations, Theorems, Derivations, Rules, Protocols – We have them all around us guiding us.

What to do? How to do? Where to do? When to do? Why to do?

But, applying these formulas is not so easy. All of them do come with certain conditions, limitations and exceptions. If we ignore them, we will land up with wrong results.

How about our life? Does it also come with a formula, a set of instructions, a collection of guidelines?

Well, not exactly the mathematical formulas, but there are rules and protocols based on previous experiences. These are passed on from generation to generation based on the experiences of our ancestors.

Now, have you ever played the “Chinese whisper” game?

It is a game played around the world, in which one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the last player announces the…

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What if we only kept positive people in our lives?

Originally posted on daytimereverie:

What if any negative people who made you feel bad about yourself or doubt yourself were out of your life? What if you never had to see all the people who held you back or questioned your motives? What would life be like?

Would everyone be happier? Would people have more faith in their abilities? Would people have more confidence? Or would they begin to question themselves and doubt themselves?

I am nearing the point where I only have people I want in my life. I am trying to keep in touch with everyone that has touched my life in some way or made me a better person. Yet still, disconnecting from those who brought me down or made me feel bad about myself. Its not easy. Because sometimes a single person can do both.

Until next time,


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Finding genuine meaning…

Originally posted on Kum Nye Today:

It is in our heart center that our inner nature grows to fullness.

Once our heart center opens, all blockages dissolve,
and a spirit or intuition spreads throughout our entire body
so that our whole being comes alive.

It allows us to integrate our minds with our hearts and actions and we find genuine meaning in our lives.

We become naturally self nourishing, self motivating, and self confident.

Look at what is happening in your heart.

It is the essential preparation for experiencing the truth of our own lives.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Gesture of Balance

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This Week’s Mission: Permission to Excel

Originally posted on The Midnight Station:

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We cannot always convince ourselves that failure, in many cases, isn’t detrimental or disadvantageous. We are still frightened, anxious and panicked about it. But with those emotions, there is a price: we are constantly looking at the worst, focusing on what could go wrong, and ultimately expecting to fail. We do not give ourselves the resources to excel, because it isn’t our mind’s priority. Instead our mind is in overdrive, trying not to fail; therefore, it’s looking out for all the ways it could fail, rather than looking out for all the ways it could excel. This week, let’s challenge ourselves to have courage and faith in ourselves to do what we’ve always wanted to do. Let’s imagine all the wonderful possibilities and clear our minds of negative energy. When we give ourselves permission to fail, we, at the same time, give ourselves permission to excel.

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Thought of the Day: Patience

Originally posted on The Midnight Station:

Benjamin Franklin Patience Will

Patience encompasses a great deal more than just waiting. It entails a keen determination to keep going past numerous difficulties. It involves a deep courage to have faith in our visions, dreams and imagination when the end is nowhere in sight. It requires a calmness to accept time as an uncontrollable phenomenon but to chase it nonetheless. Good comes to those who are patient, who persevere, and who are confident. 

He that can have patience can have what he will – Benjamin Franklin

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