What I Learned Watching My Mom’s Life Ten Things I Learned Watching My Mom Do Life It doesn’t matter what people think about you. It matters who you really are. Losing a breast isn’t that big of a deal, if it saves your life. Don’t let anyone steal your joy – even your husband. Give random gifts to people for no reason at all. Don’t keep score with friends and family. If you do, everyone loses. Take your daughters shopping. It’s a great bonding experience. Invest time in your children and grandchildren– they are your greatest legacy. Think the best of people even when they are not being their best. Limit advice to family members. Pray instead. Only God can fulfill all your needs. Lean into Him and you’ll find peace and power. Five Things I Hope My Children Learn From My Life Time is more valuable than money. Beauty without humility and compassion is a flimsy wrapper. God does give us more than we can handle, but not more than He can handle. Watch your thoughts – they will determine your destiny. I love you unconditionally and “tough love” when needed is/was more painful for me than it was for you. John2019-07-03T10:32:33-07:00May 11th, 2017|Blog, God Stuff| Share this post FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestEmail Related Posts A Free Gift For Mother’s Day Self-Talk For A Contented Life May 4th, 2020 Biblical Health & Weight Loss Coaching January 1st, 2020 Winning Your Battle of the Bulge Spiritually April 12th, 2019 | 0 Comments Creating Sustainable Weight Loss & Lifestyle with the Eat Live Thrive Diet April 5th, 2019 | 0 Comments Danna Interviews Sheila Walsh About New Book October 29th, 2018 | 0 Comments Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.