Life Principles I Learned from my Mother: Clean up as You Go.

Hi there,

In this video, I share another one of my mother’s life principles and how I applied it to my mental and spiritual health and motherhood.

In addition, I am so grateful to be a mother. Motherhood provides challenging opportunities for us to be the best versions of ourselves.

For all the mothers out there, I hope you have a fantastic mother’s Day. 

Make this lifetime great because you still can!

Timika

“Whatever You Don’t Learn at Home, the Streets Will Teach You” Thelma Jones, My Mother.

In this video, I share one of the life principles I learned from my mother. We can reunite our family and ground our children in truth. They don’t need others to give their life meaning, purpose, and a sense of belonging. Our birth justified our existence. We won’t be able to teach our children everything, but that’s when principles come into play.

Your life has meaning and purpose. You are here for divine reasons, and experiences don’t define you

Do you want more tips on reuniting the family, fulfilling our divine purpose, healing from emotional wounds, and achieving and sustaining health? 

Then,

1. Join my Facebook page, Fulfill Your Divine Purpose

2. Sign up for my quarterly newsletters (Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall)

3. Subscribe to my Youtube channel

4. Listen to Create a Generational Love Cycle podcast

Make this lifetime great because you can!

Timika

This Analogy May Change Your Mind About Physical Activity

Hi there!

In this video, I share one of why it’s essential to move your body. One of my brothers brought up this concept, which is the visual I’m sharing with you today. Do you want more tips on achieving and sustaining health? 

Then,

1. Join my Facebook page, Fulfill Your Divine Purpose

2. . Sign up for my quarterly newsletters (Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall) on my website.

3. Subscribe to my Youtube channel. 

 Make this lifetime great because you can!

 Your life has meaning and purpose. You are here for divine reasons, and experiences don’t define you. 

Timika

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