We have to take responsibility for our action or inaction. Owning up frees us from regret and disappointment. Things are what they are, we can’t go back but we can in this moment make choices that can impact our lives in a positive way. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2023

Own Up

If we were to do a postmortem on the events that impacted our life in a negative way we would find that we had given our assent, either through fear or not being able to see a way forward. For all our indiscretions we have to forgive ourselves and move forward. Life is a teaching […]


When we refuse to acknowledge wrong-doing, or call it out, we become part of the problem. Why is fessing up so hard to do? It’s because we value profits over human decency. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2022


We are a collective but because of our singular mentality we exercise ownership and co-opt our fellow citizens into doing the work while we luxuriate in the profits. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2021


A leader leads by example and knows that he/she/they are representatives of their constituents. You didn’t get there on your own, you rode on the coattails of your constituents and you should always be beholden to them. © Norma Bobb-Semple 2021


We have to return to a place of love and compassion.  This world is a learning institution.  There is a lesson in every situation.  To attract better outcomes we must take ownership of our actions or inactions.  Every person or situation reveals to us what we need to learn.  We are not here to mete […]