Controls

We may not be able to control things but we surely can accept change and get on with being good people.
When we do not have control over even slight mutations we can still adjust our attitudes.
The control that might not be available could become a stimulus to make us better persons.
Lost control should be interpreted as a choice to grow in humility.
If control moves us away from life-giving existence, it defeats purpose.
Don’t try to control randomness.
The greatest compliment you could receive is that your love is out of control (unbounded).
Fools pursue controls over others; the wise control their own pursuits.
Do we control happiness or does happiness control us?
Statistical process control recognizes repeatable events as being influenced by variables. People form unique imprints on life. This is a journey, not a process.
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