- 25/04/2017Swiss Army Knife Unboxing and History
I am using this video as an example of an Unboxing Video on my New Media Mingle websiteSwiss Army Knife Unboxing and History Unboxing a Swiss Army Knife and telling a little about the history of this knife. I received this Swiss Army Knife from one of my Google Plus friends. This...
- Producer24/04/2017Creative Enrichments Creative Enrichments in the' Spirit of Dance' A painting by Savvy RajTo create is to believe in the infinite…To create is to move with the power to connect the apparent disconnectsTo create is dare to reach beyond self-limiting doubts...
- 18/04/2017Latest completed artwork - 3rd Eye Chakra Painting - not a fantastic pic - it's at night! Will post more tomorrow.
- 18/04/2017Visual Effects supervisor of Kong Skull Island, Avengers, Warcraft breaks down the magic behind the characters.
- Producer17/04/2017A Brief Overview of Rhinoplasty and Its BenefitsPresently, people are becoming more beauty conscious. The aesthetic beauty of a person matters a lot since it is the appearance that creates the first impression. Regarding a person’s looks, the nose of the person matters a lot since it is the...
- Producer14/04/2017Wisdom of Change Knowledge is one thing. Understanding is quite another. Knowledge needs constant up-gradation as it is never ever constant in the time and space dimensions.The pathway to true wisdom is in acknowledgement of the potential possibilities of the new...
Comments23/04/2017 #27 Savvy Raj#26 Wisdom manifests in the challenges of life and living. And the way appears and then the choice is ours to take.
Your message conveys the depth of your passion for your work.. I loved your quote share as well @Randall Burns View more#26 Wisdom manifests in the challenges of life and living. And the way appears and then the choice is ours to take.
Your message conveys the depth of your passion for your work.. I loved your quote share as well @Randall Burns as there is profoundness in the simplicity.
I believe this to be true and that whenever there is need for some wisdom necessary in our lives they can be garnered from the very things that we are passionately connected to. You reflect from the soul of the kitchen a knowing beyond the knowledge which works for us all. And I guess I too sense much of my reflections manifest in the interconnects of arts and life. Often as a dance teacher there is a need to convey the perspectives in the patterns of movement beyond the steps...
So I couldnt help but smile with all my heart😊 . We as writers are artists of our thoughts and are one lucky lot as we can streamline our reflections of life and living, with our words to heal the self as much as the world we share our thoughts with. Thank you for sharing your valuable perspectives and appreciation for this post as well. Close22/04/2017 #26 Randall BurnsGreat post @Savvy Raj, very insightful and true. I agree with you. In the kitchen I'm constantly trying to mentor young Cooks, and it's not just about recipes but perspectives, knowledge and wisdom as well, it is a very rewarding aspect of my job. At the risk of sounding flippant, which I really am not, here is a quote that I use with them to try and get them onto the road of differentiating "Knowledge" from "Wisdom" , it's a start, (the more advanced one I will pass your articles onto),
"Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit,
Wisdom is knowing NOT to put it into a fruit salad"15/04/2017 #15 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Buzz. I am so for change in life. The world changes with technology, culture, and so much more. If I do what I always done, I will get what I've always gotten. For better results and goals, I must change. "Try, Fail, Adjust (Change), Succeed"
So I am for change in all things EXCEPT ONE. Man does not have the authority to change the will of God on any subject. We have been given severe warnings in several places in the Bible concerning any changes that we try to make to God's word. As we have already seen in Galatians 1:6-9, if we pervert the gospel by changing it, we will be accursed. Society has been using the word "Change" as change the Word of God or just ignore the Word of God. This is dangerous and will is just from pride and ego.
"Pride is a Spiritual Cancer: it eats up the very possibility of love, or contentment, or even common sense." - C. Lewis. EGO is the pride we show to others and the pride we keep to ourselves that we don't do the world is real Pride and the real spiritual cancer.15/04/2017 #10 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThis is the first time I tag you @Savvy Raj to read my last buzz on Friction of Ideas and I do hope you respond. This is because your attracted my attention immensely in your comment right from the first line. "Knowledge is one thing. Understanding is quite another. Knowledge needs constant up-gradation as it is never ever constant in the time and space dimensions" Just read the exchange of comments between @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, @🐝 Fatima G. Williams and I to see the relevance of your buzz to the buzz and discussions.
"Think universally and act globally to begin with and see the structure in the chaos and relate to the rhythms in nature I love to connect with nature and I enjoyed your poem immensely,15/04/2017 #9 Savvy RajAppreciate your interesting shares here . And looks like I have interlinked to both of your thoughts in resonance somewhere.
When seeking to know challenges the wisdom to dare beyond the comfort zones . And exploring in understanding takes its course it time .... we evolve together as we witness with joy the emerging patterns in the fractality of our beings .
Thank you my dear @🐝 Fatima G. Williams and @CityVP 🐝 Manjitty for these valuable inputs as much as your kind appreciation.
- 14/04/2017A small predictive poetic saga... Part two
( War )
The anvil rings a metal tone, the swords for war are forged.
Evil seized the soul of man, upon the hatred gorged.
The clash of steel and smell of blood addicted those who fought.
The land lay barren, scorched and bare, on battle fields bodies rot.
The sun sets cold, the bells toll long and the wind moans and sighs.
In the gloaming nothing stirs and lightning rips the sky.
In the end the deeds are done, the lesson goes unlearned.
Still the people follow blindly, stand in line to die in turn.
Drums beaten for the fallen, vengeance whispers in your ear.
For generations hate consumes us, though the reason is unclear.
Divisions made and lines were drawn, then the lies began.
Knowing this we stood and fought when we should have ran.
In so doing we followed monsters in much of madness, more of sin.
We proclaim it was not me, but they are us and we are them.
So invested in our hatred we built the tools of genocide.
Warfare lives within our hearts, with no where left to hide.
- 14/04/2017A small predictive poetic saga... Part one
( Rally cry )
Madness rules, the masses cry,
just look you'll see it's true
Passing judgement from on high,
they're not like me and you.
Lead by megalomaniacs,
told lies they say are true.
- Producer12/04/2017Taking Another Stab at the Kendall Jenner/Pepsi CommercialJust as I eagerly await Trumpcare Part Two, I am also anticipating a Pepsi commercial do-over. And although I have no experience on the health care front, and can therefore not tell the president and congressional leaders how to write a new...
- Producer12/04/2017Africa's Lost Children - How did it all end? or What Did Kitty Do Next?I had a brief chat with Jim last night. I've written 16 Chapters of Africa's Lost Children and The Tale of the Angel with No Name and No Face. The two go together, Nur, the fallen angel is the dream avatar of Ariel/Kitty. Anyway Jim told me to...
Comments12/04/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#2 You handled it in the perfect way, @Claire L Cardwell. On the off chance it is a real person, just bumbling around trying to get noticed, it is nice to point out we value actual conversations around here. The handful of times I have done a similar thing, no response has ever been forthcoming, but at least we might find one diamond of a person who has just been misled......12/04/2017 #2 Claire L CardwellNeeraj - thank you for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. However your comment is not relevant to the story and promotes your own work..... I do not think this is appropriate. @Javier 🐝 beBee View moreNeeraj - thank you for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. However your comment is not relevant to the story and promotes your own work..... I do not think this is appropriate. @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz @John White, MBA @Pamela 🐝 Williams @Deb 🐝 Helfrich Close
- Producer11/04/2017Tales of the Angel with no Name and No Face Part Four. Previous Lives Part 2The life time before the last was also during a war. The First World War. I was in Egypt and was an artist and dancer. My family did not have a great deal of money, however we all worked together and lived a pretty good life.Then the Germans...
- 11/04/2017Turkish Artist Zehra Doğan Sentenced to Prison for Painting of Kurdish Town Attack
The Turkish-Kurdish painter and journalist Zehra Doğan has been sentenced to two years, nine months, and 22 days in prison for creating a painting which depicted the destruction caused by Turkish security forces in the Nusaybin district of Mardin province, a Kurdish region in Turkey.
According to Turkish daily Cumhuriyet, the Mardin Second High Criminal Court in Turkey handed down the sentence because she drew Turkish flags on buildings destroyed by Turkish forces. However, according to Artforum, the court expressed that Doğan’s sharing of the image of her work, featuring current military operations, was the cause for her prison sentence.
“I was given two years and 10 months [jail time] only because I painted Turkish flags on destroyed buildings. However, [the Turkish government] caused this. I only painted it,” Doğan posted in a now-deleted tweet as reported by online Turkish journalism and human rights platform Turkey Purge.
According to the Art Newspaper, authorities arrested Doğan at a cafe late July, claiming that her artworks proved that she was connected to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which is considered a terrorist organization by the Turkish government.
“Art and paintings can never be used in such a way,” said Doğan’s lawyer, Asli Pasinli, according to Voice Project, an international organization committed to freedom of expression and creative activism. “This is an attack on art and artistic expression.”