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Comments17/10/2016 #1 Albert GibelGood and valid points. A nuclear option if you will.
But your forgetting one other government body that would intercede before the House...
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Comments10/10/2016 #11 Pamela L. Williams#9 Why thank you Ms Williams! I have to admit, this has been fun. Other than school assignments this is the first time I've ever taken a stab a fiction. There is a lot of symbolism in the story that I can relate to my own life. But most important of all it's been fun entertaining everyone.10/10/2016 #9 Fatima WilliamsFantabuloustic story You had me glued in 🤗🤗🤗🤗 absolutely in love with the character. Great story telling. It talks much about how we face adversities in our own life.@Pamela L. Williams View moreFantabuloustic story You had me glued in 🤗🤗🤗🤗 absolutely in love with the character. Great story telling. It talks much about how we face adversities in our own life.@Pamela L. Williams #Yourock Close10/10/2016 #8 Pamela L. Williams#7 Ben, at the end of each episode is a list of the previous episodes in the order in which they should be read. I did that to make it easier or new readers to follow the story line in the order in which I wrote it. Does that help. I can report to the Fiction hive which is not used much. I thought about doing that but hadn't decided.10/10/2016 #7 Ben PintoI think I want to start at the end of this, or should I say the prequel to the beginning or I really don't know. First of all, if this is going backwards will there be a hive, when you are done, Pamela, where you can repost this while story to? Just going to your profile page and looking back to the end, or beginning, brings a bee passing by so many other great articles and themes that it is dizzying.09/10/2016 #5 Pamela L. Williams#4 Thanks David. I have considered a screenplay but wouldn't have the first idea how to write one, so a collaboration would work for me! I'm telling the highlights of the story, there is so much more that goes through this busy brain of mine, but I have to be realistic and keep it to a readable length! Glad you like the story David!09/10/2016 #4 David B. GrinbergKudos Pamela on your impressive storytelling and creative writing techniques. Have you introduced character dialogue into these stories? Perhaps we should collaborate on a screenplay or something? Let's take it to the next level. Very admirable, Pamela...admirable and impressive, indeed.09/10/2016 #3 Pamela L. Williams#2 Wouldn't get a publisher for it Gert! Just ask @Deb Helfrich about too much of a book being on the internet. BUT! Alas, I have a Prequel and a Sequel to the story swimming around in this brain of mine. Wait until tomorrow if you liked this one! I threw this one together this morning because I realized I needed a bridge between the one I wrote yesterday and the last one I published! :-) (Oh sorry for grammatical errors, like I said, this one came out fast and furious!)
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- 06/10/2016Hope you have a great National Poetry Day.
"A poem records emotions and moods that lie beyond normal language, that can only be patched together and hinted at metaphorically."-- Diane Ackerman
- 04/10/2016Train Your Brain - Holly Stokes - The Brain Trainer | Elite Expert Insider
Melanie Johnson & Jenn Foster interview Holly Stokes the Brain Trainer. If you are done with struggling, if you are ready to address the real reasons you are stuck, if you are ready to create real and lasting change, I have REAL answers for you – and the answers are in your brain. What more do you want out of life?
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Comments29/09/2016 #2 INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACIONDicen que repetir algo 10.000 veces " bien hecho " conduce a la maestría. . Bruce Lee dijo ...yo no tengo miedo de alguien que ha practicado 10.000 patadas. Pero si tengo miedo del que ha practicado la misma patada 10.000 veces ...
It s been say that in order to became a master of any ...you have to practice...and well made...that any 10.000 times...Bruce Lee said...Am not afraid of someone who has been practicing 10.000 kicks. But I do respect the one that had pratice same kick 10.000 times...
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Comments28/09/2016 #45 Deb Helfrich#35 "Strong enough" can we hashtagify that, @Aaron Skogen? T-shirtify? As is my standard MO, I am working my way through these absolutely fabulous comments and trying to bring together a picture of my what's next document. A resume is not the answer - I know I can learn almost anything, contribute effectively to just about any organization - in fact, that is kinda my working mission statement. I don't want to niche down - I want to expand across many vast landscapes. Utilizing the fact that I am participating in many conversations to bring perspectives into focus from unexpected arenas.
"The chance to impact the life of another, nothing more, just the chance, the opportunity." This is a pretty revolutionary statement, my friend. An entirely new way to quantifying success. This I am pondering extensively.28/09/2016 #44 Lisa Gallagher#32 @Cyndi wilkins, I admire that you are taking care of your dad. That is a very tough job within itself- add another layer, our lovely healthcare system and yes the frustration is overwhelming. Keep seeking and remember, one day at a time. Big hugs, your stronger than you think! Love your comment @Aaron Skogen, very uplifting.28/09/2016 #42 Deb Helfrich#21 @Laura Mikolaitis - we are meaning making creatures and when we are adrift, we often paddle a little too hard, maybe even verging on the frantic, when we should really be able to assess and realize that staying afloat is the smartest use of our energy.
Let's both utilize the float time to dream and prepare and stay open to what arrives.
You've prompted me to my next post.....28/09/2016 #41 Anonymous#39 Green is your Heart and my favourite colour! You know I've never read Black Swan, I'll have to purchase it but I'm on a bit of a reading bubble break and am saying Hello to The World and Life these days instead so I'll add it to my future reading mood list. And oh my goodnes, I truly just do think you're wonderful, yay for allowing and for people sharing and supporting and creating!! Ok I best go work now.ha Enjoy your day and keep the Faith! There be miracles in this Universe of ours for certain. Hugs!28/09/2016 #40 Deb Helfrich#19 I am glad you've found your spot, Brian. You offer an example of just opting out and moving forward. The american dream is so puzzlingly specific and compact. Surely many people see how bereft of choice and meaning it really is. Which leads to figuring out the where and what and who, we choose in our wild and precious lives.28/09/2016 #39 Deb Helfrich#22 I have had a few improbables in my life, too, @Melissa Hefferman. And I cherish them immensely. But then my analytical streak starts to try to scheme and dream and make manifest some more magic.
That is why I felt compelled to remind myself of Black Swan events and my deep knowledge that I am made of Antifragility, along with this painterly quest that has remained in my mind for the length of my adulthood.....
I'm not particularly au courant with Pink, but Green, now that is a persona a might be able to carry off....
Here is to ALLOWING!28/09/2016 #36 Mark AnthonyWow, I love this @Deb Helfrich! I think we do restrict ourselves and as you say some will only believe if it is backed up by data , stats , science etc . These , I believe are not absolutes and as we know can all be written to suit a purpose or cause. I believe I think have a "quixotic" yearning and I so wish you well in completing yours28/09/2016 #35 Aaron SkogenI'm not sure where I saw it first @Deb Helfrich, but this reminds me of it. It read, " God gave you this life because you were strong enough to live it!". I've thought about adding it as my next tattoo someplace on my torso or maybe my calf, yet I believe we are given the chance. The chance to impact the life of another, nothing more, just the chance, the opportunity. Given recent events in my life, I think I could write a novella in response, but I'll leave it at that. Soldier on Deb, your strong enough!28/09/2016 #32 Cyndi wilkins"I am trying to be at one with the wind in my life and today I failed miserably." I had the same feeling today Deb...While attempting to navigate the health care system in search of assistance for my dad...I care for him at home and services for the elderly are impossible it seems to obtain within reason...Each connection I made sent me to another in one huge, exhausting and ultimately useless circle as I wound up right back where I started with nothing to show for it but an enormous headache that even my best whisky cannot alleviate...Unfortunately, the only way you can get help with your ailing loved ones is to have an "acute event" that lands them in the hospital or put them in a nursing home..."The Ugly Truth"...That might possibly be the title of my next article when I can muster the energy to write it.28/09/2016 #31 Josh LeBlanc-Shulman@Deb Helfrich, the fear of the unknown or of potential loss of freedom (or anything) is completely valid. The good news is that the unimaginable will necessarily become imaginable once it happens (*if* it happens), and that becomes our reality in which we make decisions that are uniquely right for us. We spend a lot of time worrying about what-ifs, though I think we all have it in us to deal with whatever will happen. I mean, haven't we been doing so thus far?28/09/2016 #30 Franci Eugenia HoffmanLife is not full of rainbows and flowers as there will always be bumps in the road. Those bumps are there to make us stronger and help us grow. We never stop growing, while we are living. There will be awkward times in our lives but the day will come when we look back and pat ourselves on the back. Why? Because we won the battle.28/09/2016 #29 Deb Helfrich#28 Maybe some part of my quest involves libraries.... that would be a pretty accurate thing to sense, @Josh LeBlanc-Shulman.
Me and the certainty of death are solid. My first book was about the death of my first dog. My unease is and will probably always be solely based on the fear of living through the unimaginable - losing my freedom to chose what is uniquely right for me.27/09/2016 #27 Lisa Gallagher#25 You made a great point @Deb Helfrich, starting by saying what 'we need or want," as you know I have a hard time with this depending on the circumstance. It comes easily for me in some areas, other areas not so much. I think you face the same but differing issues. Hey, I appreciate your support, you've been a bright light and believe me when I say, you have helped me to dig deeper and given me tools to get through some difficult times- can we say, the SWIM?? I made it!! I fell asleep early, and got up very early. My son was so proud of me because he knows I have a very hard time and my anxiety is bad if I don't get enough sleep. It really meant a lot to him that I was there for all three portions of the race. I only missed the swim once and I felt so bad.27/09/2016 #26 Deb Helfrich#18 Quite astute, @Gert Scholtz - Your post about Cervantes came at just the right time for many things to ratchet into clarity. Every life comes with an unlimited number of chapters - we just need to decide it is time to begin a new one.
I had chosen a path that ended up in a dead-end - so it is time to be open and receptive and fly my availability flag.
- Producer26/09/2016Interview with Achievers worldwideI'm on an exciting journey to write my book Achievers - a thousand ways to success and fulfillment. Sometimes it is good to take a breather and look where you have come from. Since February 2016, I have interviewed 32 achievers from different...
- 19/09/2016Feeling excited have got my first book review on Amazon
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The very clever title is a metaphor for the book, which juxtaposes the actual world with Darryl's vision of it through the prism of his bipolar disorder, yet confronts the reader with the question 'what is reality if not our perception of it?'
The poetry is uncompromising and, at times, difficult to read, as the introspective verses are sometimes raw, as in 'Bipolar Blues' (P45) or 'If' (P27), but interspersed with politics, 'Warzone" (P20) or 'Troubled by the Troubles' (P40-41) and even some humour, 'Limericks" (P49).
The most moving poems for me are 'MY GIRL + ME = LOVE' (P39) and the last in the book, 'Tibet', (P57), as they cut through to the core of the author's being, exposing the human underneath the masks we all wear.
This slim yet full volume is well worth dipping into a la 'Tao Te Ching', which it reminds me of a lot, one could say this is Darryl's translation of that to the English vernacular.
Well worth a punt, in fact. Highly recommended.
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Comments17/09/2016 #2 David B. GrinbergWow, that's quite the excerpt, @Rod Loader. Kudos to you on the books and your writing prowess, which has always struck me as impressive and admirable. It's nice to see/read you here on beBee, which I hope you consider more often to amplify your wonderful writing.
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Comments15/09/2016 #4 Marcel Kuhn Bamert#3 @Lisa Gallagher thank you for your comment. Scott has great family values and is an amazing leader. I loved what he said about "accepting talents on its terms". He stayed down-to-earth through his many accomplishments at Starbucks, Nike and many Silicon Valley start-ups.15/09/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher@Marcel Kuhn Bamert, wonderful interview with Scott Bedbury.
He sounds extremely open minded and in tune with his employees needs. Scotts example of telling an employee to go to any coffee shop to write was admirable and ingenious.
Treating employees with compassion and as human beings helps to inspire along with keeping moral up!15/09/2016 #2 Marcel Kuhn Bamert#1 Thank you Joanna. I'm working on my book now and plan to complete it by June, 2017. I have conducted 25 interviews with achievers from all walks of life across the globe. I aim for 50 interviews for my book. You might like my interview I did with Margie Warrell her on bebee.com or on my blog www.achieverscoach.blogspot.ch. Best, Marcel
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Comments09/09/2016 #12 Charles David UpchurchGood (but too short!) article @Marcel Kuhn Bamert. It might be a good idea to include www.achieverscoach.blogspot.ch at the bottom of this article, so people can easily read more from you and Margie on this topic, without having to search for it in the comments section.08/09/2016 #2 Marcel Kuhn Bamert@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD - Thank you for commenting on my interview with Margie Warrell. She is an amazing woman leader and bestselling author of Find your Courage, Stop playing it safe and Brave. If you are interested in this topic I invite you to check out her webpage: www.margiewarrell.com . As a father of three boys(13yrs, 3yrs and 2yrs) and a husband to an amazing wife, I agree with what your are writing about parenting and relationships. It's important for me to act as a role model for my wife and kids and lead with positivity and bravery - even if it's only an attempt. I want to inspire my kids to live a bold and fulfilled life. As Margie stated, we cannot live a fulfilled life without bravery. I like to take my family on trips to expand their horizon and I love to invite my international friends to expose my family to different cultures and languages.
This interview is part of my book that I'm currently working on: Achievers - a thousand Ways to Success and Fulfillment. I'm interviewing people from all walks of life who live a successful and fulfilled life. My mission is to inspire my readers to find their own unique way to a successful and fulfilled life. I will publish part of the interviews on bebee.com, medium.com and on my blog: www.achieverscoach.blogspot.ch - Thank you once again for your comments and for tagging my article! Best, Marcel08/09/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDTruly potent. Thank you for Sharing, as increasing awareness about Family Matters in our dreams of the future cannot help be tainted with the disapproving eyes of our siblings and parents. I love how you grew up on a farm, @Marcel Kuhn Bamert View moreTruly potent. Thank you for Sharing, as increasing awareness about Family Matters in our dreams of the future cannot help be tainted with the disapproving eyes of our siblings and parents. I love how you grew up on a farm, @Marcel Kuhn Bamert and retained values that perhaps you don't even see in yourself. Your expressive nature, the gentle touch of your feathered pen - resound with sympathy and empathy, just on the heels of inspiration gone too far. It's so perfect. What an outstanding read for Positive Parenting, Relationships, and "Believing in Yourself' with self-awareness, mindfulness, and trajectories all positive. Love how you focus on the positive, even when discussing these ingrained fears. Excellent piece for Teens or those wanting a change in career. Just beautiful. Tag to @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Matt Sweetwood, @David B. Grinberg, Lisa @Lisa Gallagher, @Mamen Delgado, @John White, MBA, @Tommy McElroy, MD, @Juan Imaz. Great for Families. Close
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Comments02/09/2016 #32 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianMy web-app-with-no-name doesn't do much in the way of Twitter analytics. Twitter does that well enough on their own. My app is more of a super-scheduler with the ability to include supportive tweets between members and to build "click-to-tweet"links with images.
To access Twitter Analytics: Click on your profile picture on the far top right. Select "Analytics" from the drop down. The analytics page has 5 tabs, Home, Tweets, Audiences, Events, and More. There's plenty of info there.02/09/2016 #31 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#30 @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, I'm Tweeting you left and right, as well as others too. Am sure that this will increase your Twitter profile, and highly recommend a Twitter App that does auto statistics. @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian has one ~ Paul, could you please tell us details?31/08/2016 #29 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#25 Thank you so much, @Michael D. Davis, and I'll add that you are right ~ I have never done any synthetic 'marketing ploy' but for the Twitter Challenge I'm now in ~ referenced in this article. Explanation for why I have so many hits: I've been bedridden with a traumatic brain injury and dysautonomia for 10 years. Started with (1) a random car accident: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/the-car-accident-that-started-it-all and (2) here's why: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/distracted-driving-derails-an-innocent-doctor. I do my best to keep Positive & writing has been a fantastic outlet for me to increase awareness of many things. I am focusing on Caregiving presently, as many of us care for both our aging parents and children. Thank you so much for Stirring us Along, Michael ~ YOU ROCK!31/08/2016 #28 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#24 Encouraging all to Google their own names at least once every 3 months. Perfect Cool! And thank you for keeping us On Target (love "Three Ways to Google Yourself" ~I smell Honey!): Goole of my name, Dr Margaret Aranda:
(1) Google just "Dr Margaret Aranda": 49 of the first 59 entries are mine. (I feel embarrassed) (413K hits in 0.35 sec, just to document)
(2) Google #DrMargaretAranda: uhmmm. I guess no one has my name. Top 88 all mine (almost 9 pages)(101K hits in 0.53 sec)
(3) #25 Not sure - Google my blog? "Perseverance" puts me out somewhere after the top 50.
Great exercise, @Michael D. Davis & appreciate your very kind words and deeds here. You've put in tons of effort & I appreciate it!
~ 🎀mags (my beBee nickname)29/08/2016 #24 Michael D. DavisI believe this is what you were requesting @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
A Google search for our name, which I actually did three ways just for fun.
First using my name alone; Michael D. Davis: 6 out of the 10 listings on the first page are for me, including the number one position
Second I used a hashtag and my name; #michaelddavis: 8 out of 10 listings on the first page are for me, once again including the number one position
Third I used a hashtag in front of my universal blog moniker; thedailychalkboard: This time I had 7 out of 10 listings on the page, and once again was in the topmost position.
I have worked hard to reach this position in search results, but not by applying special SEO stuff or any means other than being persistent and prolific in what I share.
A 75% rating on Google, especially with a common American name like mine, takes time. It doesn't happen over night and it's not going to happen for you if you don't work at it. Producing what people want to read, or see, or hear will be what gets you where you want to bee.29/08/2016 #23 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#18 Oh, you are right! I lost my train of Comment Stream! Thank you for being on target! My mistake as my mind just couldn't believe that you once again (like you have done with my sketching, poetry, and picture/poetry.....off to Editor I go! You are the 2nd person to mention that I could possibly become an Editor! My arms just could not reach that long at the time that I read your note. (You are so so kind) ~thank you so much ((Hugs))29/08/2016 #22 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#21 Fondest Hellos, Gordon Pye! Oh Welcome to beBee.com! I'll have to introduce you ~ I'll Inbox you so please do check! I can tell, if I daresay that you like Quotes! We have our Quote-Master (I call him) the one and only @Ben Pinto View more#21 Fondest Hellos, Gordon Pye! Oh Welcome to beBee.com! I'll have to introduce you ~ I'll Inbox you so please do check! I can tell, if I daresay that you like Quotes! We have our Quote-Master (I call him) the one and only @Ben Pinto who has Hive: Quotes - you will love that! And should you discover others' making up their own Quotes, we also have a Hive for Quotes by Actual beez, too! Automotive Engineer hmmm. So you may like to know that for my 30 year old birthday, I bought a 1990 Mustang GT Convertible, 5.0L Silver Anniversary Edition. She hummed! Close
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