Power

Even now, my mother tells me that “you are the adult. They are your children.”

Evolution serves a purpose. The more we understand that people have a right to live their life unopposed by others, the less we try to control others.

The Word of God informs us that God gave us dominion” over fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth” (Genesis 1:26)

No where in my energy space do I understand our role is to dehumanize, humiliate, or force others to do something outside of their ethical realm. People are not hear to soothe egos, but to remind us of the Truth.

Real power is believing there is enough. There is no need to kill, take, and destroy, but to understand that we will have what we need when we need it.

Make this lifetime great!

Timika

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A Different View

Instead of seeing myself as a failure after experiencing sexual abuse as a child, I began to see myself as a student of life. Timika Chambers

Does a fall have to be a “bad” thing?

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What Is Your Foundation Made Out Of?

Bricks, sticks, wood, other people’s opinions, “the way it’s always been done,” fears, hatred, envy, love empathy, equality, compassion, or others?

As I was writing today’s quote, I thought about the Three Little Pigs story. When life’s storms come huffing and puffing to blow your house down, will your house (you) come falling down? If your house falls apart, what have you learned in rebuilding your home?

We are all responsible for our homes. What may have worked in the past, may not work now. And it is okay to ask, “Did that thing really work in the past?

After experiencing sexual abuse, I needed to rebuild my house with something steadier. When the wolf returned, I was more prepared because I reached out to nature (God) and asked for help. I listened, observed, and built a relationship with myself. I started trusting myself and attracted the right equipment.

Sexual abuse did not break me. I became more aware of the importance of building a foundation because of my sexual abuse storm.

I didn’t know that I needed to heal, but I sought something more. I have based many of my choices in life off the thought “If one person can do it, so can I.”

You have the ability to heal; nothing overcomes you unless you let it.

The blueprint to our foundations starts in our mind and consists of our internalizations.

What have you internalized from your abuse? How is it helping you to achieve the dream you have inside of you?

To Your Best Life,

Timika

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