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Guide your children with love,

Courage and strength

but remember it is their Journey in the end

Know that life has many storms

but also know it has many rainbows

Count your blessings every day

Forget your regrets

Honor nature and learn it’s wisdom

for it can teach you everything

Read and learn from books

but trust your own intuition

Go within yourself to find your way

but don’t linger there long enough to forget

Keep close to your family in good times and bad

for they are the Soul’s that have come here to help you

Live your life with purpose even if you don’t know what it is

Remember that others have a purpose even if

they don’t know what it is

Pray for strength to pull you through what is

Don’t pray for outcome of what is not

Remember you are only visiting Earth

Leave your essence so the Angels will know you were here.

M Trimble

4 thoughts on “Wisdom

    oh2bhuman said:
    January 27, 2015 at 10:55 pm

    Excellent advice…I have a 24 and 27 years old. They are both out on their own…I remember when they were little I read somewhere that parents give their children roots and then wings. That message stuck with me and I let them make their own decisions from early on, taught them compromise and balance and that making mistakes along the way is all apart of learning. I do believe that they have grown into responsible young men..well except for laundry, dishes, eating properly and other things that they just can’t quite learn YET!!!

    I will follow your posts to see what comes next.

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      anyoneteachone said:
      January 27, 2015 at 11:19 pm

      Thank You sounds like you are an excellent mom. I raised 4 kids and they are all different personalities and that’s okay. Thank you for following me!

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      anyoneteachone said:
      January 27, 2015 at 11:22 pm

      Thank you for following me! All four of my kids grew up to be different personalities but they’re all good kids and very family loyal. Was so nice hearing from you thank you!

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    Gail said:
    February 2, 2015 at 1:45 am

    Guiding your children but remembering it is their journey – so true but so hard to carry out. It’s the bane of my existence.


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