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?

The Seeds We Plant Series #11: Thankfulness with Special Guest Cameron Chambers, My Son Create A Generational Love Cycle With Timika S Chambers

In this episode, Cameron Chambers, my son, joins me to share his thoughts on thankfulness. Our children learn so much in the world. Many of which take them further from the truth. We must conversate with our children about principles and virtues that remind them they always have a choice. Gratitude brings contentment and can shine the light in dark places of our lives. Gratitude has been the two-way street of preserving my inner fruit and keeping unwanted visitors at bay. In addition, thankfulness plays a major role in being present with our children so we can break the cycle of pain by creating a generational love cycle. As always, let me know your thoughts. Make this lifetime great because you still can! Timika
  1. The Seeds We Plant Series #11: Thankfulness with Special Guest Cameron Chambers, My Son
  2. Remember Who You Are Series #7 Forgiveness:
  3. Remember Who You Are Series #6: The Power of Gratitude
  4. The Seeds We Plant Series #10: Tact
  5. Remember Who You Are Series #5: The Student Perspective & Healing

Make this lifetime great because you still can!

Timika Chambers

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