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?

Are Experiences Meant to Make You Better or Bitter? Create A Generational Love Cycle With Timika S Chambers

Whatever you believe about life often comes to fruition in some form.  And, whatever you believe, you share with others through your actions (including inactions) and words.  Whether fear or love, darkness or light, it first occurs within and then without.   Make this lifetime great because you can! Timika
  1. Are Experiences Meant to Make You Better or Bitter?
  2. Let Go of the Thoughts that Create Suffering.
  3. What I Learned In My Father's Absence
  4. You Are Replaceable
  5. How Are You Interpreting Your Experiences?

Make this lifetime great because you still can!

Timika Chambers

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