Posted in Columbus Mom, personal development

If I just wait,  I will feel like accomplishing the task….not?


If we wait on how we feel, we may never get anything done. Remember that time is not waiting….the clock keeps ticking…..Do you want to do the work now, or when you are 80?
Make this life great! 

Timika

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Posted in Columbus Mom, Happiness, personal development, Wisdom

We always have a choice.

From the ground up, we choose how we want something to effect us. We choose if we want to be better and grow or if we want to be bitter and stagnate and possibly die as a result of our uncontrolled emotions and thoughts. We choose to live or slowly cause or own destruction. We choose to live and experience happiness or hold on to anger, frustration, guilt, sadness, or worry which can lead to overwhelming stress and possibly cause a heart attack, stroke, or a “rare” health condition. Your mind reacts and so does your body.

Is anyone or anything worth that pain and worth your life and right to live?

Timika

Posted in Columbus Mom, personal development

Lesson 3: Be grateful for what you have, and you will be blessed with more.

Taking care of what you have been given (life, a house/ apartment, food, clothing, shoes, etc) is an expression of gratitude.

1. You are guided to eating healthier foods, eating meals 4-6 hours apart or frequent small meals, and maintaining a reasonable weight for your body.

2. You are guided to increase physical activity.

3. You are guided to cooking or buying what you know you will eat.

4. You are guided to pick your clothes off the floor / or not put them on the floor at all and properly care for your clothes.

5. You are guided to spend more time enjoying life and appreciating your miraculous body and how it obeys your thoughts and feelings.

Things are no longer things and are a reflection of you and your state of being.

Timika

Posted in Columbus Mom, mother's wisdom, Motherhood, Ohio mom, Uncategorized

Too many times the outward approval of others becomes the goal of our actions instead of being true to ourselves. When we seek the approval of others, we are saying that we are not good enough, and that we need others to validate our worth. My mother would remind us that when you do something for another person, do not stay stuck there waiting on applauses, awards, or anything else. Do it and keep moving.

When we do things from the heart, we are not concerned about another’s reaction, even so much as a “thank you”. Our intentions are in alignment with a higher power and not for show or approval. Our satisfaction comes from the ability to give instead of receiving.

Thank you Mom!

Heal within

Timika