Life Principles I Learned From My Mother #15: Keep On Truckin

Hi Spiritual Beings,

It’s easy to lose focus and momentum after someone has projected their pain on you, but as my mother often said, “Time waits on no one. Life still goes on.”   As students of life, we don’t get caught up in experiences; we focus on the lessons we learned and how we can use these invaluable principles to create a generational love cycle. So what tools do you have in your backpack to help you weather the life storms so that you can Keep On Truckin?

Life Principles I Learned From My Mother #19: Take Care of Home First Create A Generational Love Cycle With Timika S Chambers

Hi there, It’s so easy to get caught up in the world and its expectations.  But family is always first.  We don’t need our children looking for love on the outside.  Instead, they will use our standards at home to navigate the world.  We show them how to take care of themselves and set the standards for their family, friends, and others they meet along their journey.  And, our giving to others flows from what we do at home.   Thanks for listening & feel free to let me know your thoughts. Timika
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Make this lifetime great because you still can!

Timika Chambers

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