Control

Why do we filter everything we say and do through our lens of control? We are not in control of our own lives, as everything moves cyclically. Bullies dictate and assert power because of their need to control. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2021

False Precepts

We know that this life will end regardless of how many years we live. In the meantime can we let other people live their lives without interference. If we couldn’t control our birth and we sure can’t change our ending, wouldn’t it benefit this earth and it’s inhabitants if we offer goodwill, peace, an end […]

In Captivity

We are all in captivity, chained by the things that control our thoughts and feelings. Madness becomes us as we try to control our perceived status in society. Forgetfulness overcomes our being and we operate as though this life of ours is eternal. Seeing ourselves as being one with the universe is the only way […]

Righteous Indignation

We can only be righteously indignant if we aren’t part of the situation we find ourselves in. We have to control our own lives before trying to control the life of others. We are only a God to our self and no one else. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2020

Remembering

We have got to remember who we are at all times. Remembering who we are allows us to exercise control over how we react to negative people. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2020

Control

We can’t control our beginning or our ending. The only space in which we have control is now. Now is where, by the choices we make, our present is foreshadowed by pain or joy. ©Norma Bobb-Semple 2020

What’s fuelling our Fire

We all have things we crave for. Our codependency on our habits are what binds us to our success or failure. We have absolute control of our thoughts, words, and actions. Thinking on what fuels our fire is a sure way of knowing whether there would be a conflagration or a transformation. © Norma Bobb-Semple […]

Certainty

We can only be certain about those things in our lives that we have control over, everything else is inconsequential and beyond our control. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2020