If You Don’t Learn At Home,

And, as we know, the streets are always so kind. As a child, I heard and saw enough to know that I’d rather listen to my mother, especially if her teachings resonated within me.

After my experience with child sexual abuse, I didn’t run away from home or think about running away from home. Where was I going to go? I accepted what happened, and I took the experience as a learning lesson, like many of my experiences. I’d rather learn and be better prepared for the next experience.

I’m passing this wisdom on to my children and my children’s children. A legacy is not only financial. Character is essential to everything we do.

Make this lifetime great!

Timika

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Beyond The Mirror

What you do to others, you have already done to yourself.

No one said we had to continue the past. Another generation, another train of thought.

Make this lifetime great, and to your best health!

Timika

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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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