- Producer21/09/2016WHY BLAME THE BARTENDER ? A poem on misuse of human free will : बदनाम क्यों साक़ी है ? How are they to love us whose hearts know us not, Why and how are they to confess love to a stranger ? Why blame the lovers, love itself is fake in this world,So naive to come with open hearts where all cheat each other ! They, unknown even to...
- Producer26/08/2016The Flow FractalForm presupposes Flow. Of Thought. Of Imagination. Of Elements. Of Electricity. Of Energy. Of Blood. Of Water.Of Nourishment.Of Life itself!But does Form create the Flow or is it the other way around? The strike of lightning follows a Fractal path...
Comments04/09/2016 #21 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#20 Yes indeed! The moment it was shared yesterday! Started with a song of freedom from the...ahem..Blues;) But the rest that follows I felt is actually worth a few standalone buzzes...now stitched together. Hope to connect the dots and share my thoughts soon dear @Frans van Wamel!04/09/2016 #19 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#10 Whatever gets one thinking and communicating is good enough dear Frans and there is inspiratiin galore here! We can never understand our world by meddling with things but a question asked here and there may not be unfair! Happy to be sharing buzzes with you. Sir!:)03/09/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#7 We are going to have artists/photographers submit up to 5 images total. Then each poet gets to come up with an original poem for up to 5 poems total! I'm thinking that your business management skills / fractals will love to peruse the images/artistry to select one to write prose! What will you choose? I'm already wondering...hence of course I want you to enter the Contest as a Poet! ;)03/09/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 You and the Fractals Forever Hive are just what I had in mind for the Poetry Contest. I'm heading over to see who is Admin - the lucky gal/guy gets to see if they want to Host with me! Forget about the 'many' for now (lol) ~ are you going to go with this flow? ;)03/09/2016 #13 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 Fractals Forever - Ho! Please see my Comment with cc's below as I should have mentioned you, @David Grinberg and also @Milos Djukic ~and Thanking you for Tweeting! Gosh, @debasish majumder and @Ali Anani, Ph.D., what is your Twitter, please? I keep Tweeting Fractals & I don't want to miss you! Thank you also, David and Milos for your RTs!03/09/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 My Pleasure! I'll be hosting a Poetry Contest soon - so inviting you / get set to pic pictures (photography or artistry) and enter a "Poem to Match!" @debasish majumder, @Salma Rodriguez, @Ali Anani, @Ali Kamil Temizel, @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II and more! Each artist can enter 5 pics / each Poet can enter 5 poems!03/09/2016 #10 Frans van WamelCould the sound-words that flow into your ear, depend on what you wish to hear? I am glad to have made a connection with you my friend. But I must correct you @Praveen Raj Gullepalli. It was only that I came to visit this article AFTER your comment on one of mine. Let's not meddle with the flow. Therefor, I must thank you for sharing your views first! #903/09/2016 #9 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#8 Yes I asked that question about who made who dear @Frans van Wamel...words are the flow of sound that fill the form of the mind...but does the nature of the mind shape the kind of soundwords that flow? I am more intrigued by the pattern...that oft repeating pattern...of the veins of a leaf...of bodily tissue...of a strike of lightning....they look the same...is that the universal energy flow fractal? That buzz was more an afterthought connected to an earlier buzz...Thanks for sharing your views!03/09/2016 #8 Frans van WamelYour belief for something to be true becomes a reality as soon as you start to write. You state that form presupposes flow, but you can't prove it. My mind is over flowing with the many words that in-form, de-form, re-form, per-form or trans-form. In other words; Words are a form of sound, that flow. From a fractal point of view: Not many go, with flow.29/08/2016 #7 Mohammad Azam Khan#6 "Social organisation is one of the final steps". Wonderfully said @Milos Djukic. Correct me if I do not get it correctly i.e. if the last unit of an organisation replicates the properties of the first then we have a fractal? My interest in it is from management of organisations perspective in this case.27/08/2016 #6 Anonymous#5 Yes @David Grinberg, Fractals Forever (Fractals Forever hive on beBee, 200+ bees, 1.6K buzzes: https://www.bebee.com/group/fractals-forever). Freedom of self-expression is worth fighting for, that is the essential meaning of the Self - similarity concept. As we get older the desire for freedom is growing. Your concerns are a sign that you're on the right track. The fractals knowledge yet has to come on a pedestal. Social organization is one of the final steps.26/08/2016 #2 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#1 Thanksaton @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD! That flow pattern has hit me from so many places for years now...and I just can't put my finger on it...was hoping to get it offa my chest for long...and I just did! No better person than a Fractal Ambassador like dear Dr @Ali Anani to do justice to its hidden, yet so overtly in your face significance!
- Producer21/08/2016Some Tips For Budding PoetsWrite to express. Not to impress.What goes around comes back stronger. Spread Positive Vibes.Be Interesting. Be Mysterious. The less you reveal about your inspiration, the interesting will be your poetry.Engage on post of other poets and use...
Comments28/08/2016 #17 Darryl John#16 Thank you Margaret I am in the process of designing a new website where I will offer advice and my imput on social issues included in that will be a how to guide based around these pointers to assist budding poets , its only in the prototype stage but I will inform you when its fully functional I have not yet decided wether I will charge for this course or offer it free any imput would be appreciated, the main purpose of the website will be to showcase my writing talents to secure more writing work alongside my advice for poets26/08/2016 #9 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 You definitely are "adding some value" and for those of us Stirred Along by @Ali Anani , Ph.D. such as @debasish majumder and @Anees Zaidi and @Mohammed A. Jawad (and more), this is inspiring! I'm Sharing to "Dr Margaret Aranda: Stirring Authors Along" and "Fractal Poetry - dedicated to Ali Anani, PhD. Also Sharing to "Dr Margaret Aranda: Stirring Authors Along" to benefit new writers to do the 'Switch" from 'regular' writing to that of the prose of poetry! Tagging @Salma Rodriguez and @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II, @Ray Looker, @Selim Yeniçeri as accomplished artists and writers, excellent for more!22/08/2016 #7 Mark AnthonyHi Darryl John! As this is about affinity and, I have just read my comment again, I just wanted to say something. This post is great and it is something I will refer to and, re-refer to time and time again. There is , for me anyway, learning here and I wanted to say thank you for sharing!21/08/2016 #4 CityVP ManjitI think that poetry is so diverse that one particular view of what poetry is becomes a tiny slice in that tremendous diversity. Poetry is not one question but any question that evokes or stirs something within, but it can be one question if we want to understand some facet of it - knowing full well that actual poetry is like art, a highly interpretative medium.
In one way poetry as an interpretative medium is best a personal experience between the reader and the poem, but I also found an interesting view some weeks ago when I discovered the work of Susan Sontag
One of the quotes of hers that challenged my perspective is this one:
There is an even more dynamic account of Sontag's perspective at Brainpickings https://www.brainpickings.org/2015/01/16/susan-sontag-against-interpretation-content/
There are also people who have pitched in about poetry such as Wendel Berry on how to be a poet : https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/detail/41087
Then there are people who give advice about poetry as a profession, whereas most people who look upon poetry is for the love of it, but yet again it represents another perspective http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/03/22/so-you-want-my-job-poet/
The poet whose story I found most profound is Wilfred Owen - he not only captured the misery of war but wrote poetry while in the battle and lost his life in battle http://www.telegraph.co.uk/books/authors/jeremy-paxman-why-wilfred-owen-was-the-greatest-war-poet/
All of this to me means immense diversity whether that be mastery, meaning or magic.21/08/2016 #3 Mark AnthonyThank you Darryl, there seems to be some good words here!
I was some where once and joined a writers group.I was 22 at the time and the only writing I had really partaken in was when I was at School as well as,letters This was the first time I had joined any sort of writers thing. We had to present something, anything at our first meeting. I kept thinking about stuff, trying to be clever, sublime and all that jazz. After all the thinking , when the day came , I had wrote nothing. I then panicked and just wrote this!
Trouble , trouble everywhere
Inside here, outside there
Brother fighting brother, friend fighting friend
When will this madness ever end
A hole in the sky, pollution everywhere
Does anyone, anywhere really care
It was off the top of my head and it certainly, to a degree, reflected how I was feeling at that time. I am 22 years older now and a lot has happened.
I look froward to sharing , and reading , more here on beBee21/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD"Keep your critics close. They're there to push you harder." Love love that, as writing poetry is 'putting yourself out there' to get shot. Especially for new poets like me. Think others would like this insight and inspiration, too: @debasish majumder View more"Keep your critics close. They're there to push you harder." Love love that, as writing poetry is 'putting yourself out there' to get shot. Especially for new poets like me. Think others would like this insight and inspiration, too: @debasish majumder, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Ben Pinto, @CityVP Manjit, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, @Sara Jacobovici, @Aurorasa Sima, @Alexa Steele, @Michele Williams, @Ali Anani, Ph.D. all! 💃🏻~mags Close
- Producer16/08/2016Beautiful Disintegration ~"On a day when the wind is perfect, the sail just needs to open & the world is full of beauty. Today is such a day"~ Rumi Never in my life have I felt at home living in a house, a solid unmoving structure. Most girls grow up desiring a...
- Producer03/08/2016One Last TimeMy thoughts were in your thoughts at one time Your thoughts were in my thoughts at one time My hungry eyes devoured you at one time Your longing eyes lusted for me at one time Our hearts beat continuously in harmony...
- 01/08/2016But it is your picturesque Buzzes, the flight of the trees, the awesome @Ali Anani, the speckled maltese....extracting @debasish majumder, exacting @Anees Zaidi, prose-filled Buzzes of poetry! It all works together, spurring us all on to look within like Dorothy and the ruby shoes, to find that we sought what we had all along. It just took some one who cared to point it out, and that's what I see👀 is the best thing about beBee👀. ~ To @Lisa Gallagher, her inspiring comments on:"Buggez" and "BArticles"www.bebee.com / by Dr Margaret Aranda / Dedicated to Javier Cámara-Rica and Juan Imaz for naming us 'Beez' instead of 'Ladybugs,' Even though, yes, Ladybugs are...
- Producer05/07/2016BIZARRE PHILOSOPHY OF CRIME!Crimes are myriad, big and small Like high tide and low tide Attracts few to cause mayhem Annihilate many without any reason to blame A trajectory, should condemned vehemently, no acclaim Stringent should be action against all...
Comments01/08/2016 #12 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#9 #1 #3 #4 #7 Do let us leave 'religion' aside for a moment, and ponder the quandery of this scenario: I had just thrown my graduation cap up in the air, USC alumni now, no excitement to spare! And POOF! My first patient was in the Jail Ward and the hard, 'real' world upset all my heart. My first patient held his girlfriend hostage at the butt of a gun, placed to her head for hours after dreaded hours. Finally, the LAPD gunned him down. At 19 years old, I walked in on this human that I was bound, by the Hippocratic Oath, to 'heal.' He was now a quadraplegic, no movement but could feel every needle stick every morning I had to draw from his atrophied right arm. He shed real tears, begging me, "No! Not again! Please, no, I beg" whenever my white coat walked in filled instead with blood. He expressed great sorrow, for now his todays were the same as all his tomorrows. My struggle inside went from rage, < outrage, < outrageous in the extreme for what he had done, and I never lost sight of the girlfriend he had once won. "I am forced to take care of him." That was my first thought.....until day 30 of the rotation, when I was sorry that I had to leave him. To someone else who may not care. I still think of him every day. / ...and now I'll bring my religion in to say, that also, I pray.25/07/2016 #9 Charles David Upchurch#1 @Jeet Sarkar you wrote that "[what] hurts the most is that brutal activity of the criminals. Truly, criminals have no religion. Humanity is a term which those criminals hate, i think so. They are inhuman."
While I understand the pain of other victims of crime (having repeatedly suffered both property and violent crimes), I believe that you, and @debasish majumder and at least a billion other human beings have all lost your way in dehumanizing abnormal, aberrant, and anti-social behavior.
We are ALL people, human beings. NONE of us is always without fault. Part of our growth from the innocence of babies is that we make mistakes while learning how we should and should not treat one another in our families, our communities, and the greater world. Some learn from fewer mistakes how and why to be kind to one another. Others, because their most basic needs have not been met, or because they missed some important lessons along the way about the value of EVERY person (including themselves) make more mistakes which harm others. A VERY small percentage (perhaps 1/10 of one percent) are genuinely social psychopaths, meaning that they lack the emotional intelligence to recognize the humanity of others (no matter how many mistakes they could otherwise have learned from) and to simply CARE about others more than just themselves. Yet no matter how inhumanely a person thinks and feels, even the most abhorrent actions must honestly be acknowledged as a [small and very dark] part of what it means to be a human being. As @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD was suggesting, below, the answer relies on us accepting everyone's humanity while also rejecting inhumane behaviors.25/07/2016 #8 Charles David Upchurch#7 @Ray Looker, I am not an expert, but that doesn't sound right. It also doesn't sound to me like respectful and civil discourse. If you are to make such a vociferous assertion, I would kindly ask you to state your historical (not simply religious) references for that claim. Thank you, sir.24/07/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 #4 We should not be looking to outside people or forces to change the tide. We need to look within ourselves, and live true to our God even at the mercy of a terrorist. We love minute-by-minute, 100% pure. "All it takes for evil to reign is for one good man to do nothing." ~ Albert Einstein06/07/2016 #4 Jean L. Serio, CPC, CMCAnother thought-provoking post, @debasish majumder which dives deep into todays unfortunate - and often unspeakable - issues. With so many questions to ponder, answers to consider, I wonder if they will be answered in my lifetime. I ask the same question as @Anees Zaidi - will the Millennials take up the gauntlet and make the changes necessary in the world?06/07/2016 #2 INDU RANI SINGHHi devashish sir,I enjoyed ur post.I really appriciate ur examine to responsibility our society.so nice for it but I want say something about ur post image...teachers always learnt how to grow myself?
without love any nouns &adjective r not safe.....but actually they
alive.& daily face to living movement.this is realty so we couldn't give them same answer .06/07/2016 #1 Jeet SarkarWith the development of the society, i think we are actually moving backward instead of moving forward. Racism and discrimination based on religion has nowadays become very common, which is very unfair. But which hurts the most is that brutal activity of the criminals. Truly, criminals have no religion. Humanity is a term which those criminals hate, i think so. They are inhuman. However, thank you for the post sir. enjoyed reading.
- Producer29/06/2016SLAYER OF COLORSColors have unique intensity To make a soothing impact on our vicinity The bounty of nature with floral beauty Bees are attracted, hives are constructed A precious golden gel Humans are at gale Our spectrum dazzles Greed...
- Producer04/05/2016Honey! Poison or Elixir?The color of honeyhave a lovely similewe are confusedis it as precious as gold?and can cause a deluge!all could be smeared with profuseif it may hover on allno mayhem there would be at allearth could be a lovely place!everybody could shine with...
Comments29/06/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 And how lovely this Hive is!! Thank you, @debasish majumder, for allowing me the distinct pleasure to Co-Admin with you! It is an honor and a pleasure indeed, one to cherish in the now and in the future. @Ali Anani, @NO one, @Mamen Delgado, @Deb Helfrich, @Sara Jacobovici, @Lisa Gallagher, @Rebel Brown, @Selim Yeniçeri, @Jim Cody, @Juan Imaz! ....poetic justice! 🌬
- Producer29/06/2016OUR YEARN FOR LEARN!Learning, a unique process We yearn to achieve success Producing a yarn Continuity with unfurling motion Always thrive to glow with gayRefuse to subdue, succumb or decay Nicely it moves with élan Makes us delightful with...
- Producer09/06/2016MARRIAGE, A TRUE SOLACE?What is marriage? I am in quandary to comprehend its message People say, marriages are made in heaven and broke in hell I am petrified and quell Isn’t it and amicable adjustment of two hearts? Where bonhomie is their agenda,...
Comments07/08/2016 #8 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 #7 Oh, what volumes that speaks! Great advice, @Adam Read and I'm in awe @Lada Prkic ~ you are both so very blessed. I smile as I write this, cherishing what you have, even from afar. @debasish majumder, you gave us so much room for thought. Thank you, kind poet my friend.30/06/2016 #7 Lada PrkicI like this quote very much @Adam Read. It's so true. In every marriage there are thunder and lighting, but they can be overcome by the power of love. Me and my husband are together for many years, since our student days. Together, we survived many storms. What an ode to marriage, @debasish majumder!!29/06/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@debasish majumder: I forgot to mention that as a physician, a brain-injured patient/wife/mother, I lost my family after the car accident. It was not my doing, but the image you chose is astounding in the 2000 words that it speaks. Just astounding. Today, I breath in Courage, and I Exhale Fear. And to breath in roses forevermore.....wow......29/06/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@debasish majumder: I'd retitle it, "Marriage, A Chance at True Solace." For only one person can break up a marriage, but if both are invested without too much baggage, there is every hope that the man should not be lonely. And the woman can provide the support system to allow her man to be carried as high as he alone will allow. The point is that the marriage is not a job or small business ~ with time, respect, and superb bonding, it is, in fact crimson and gold. @Ali Anani, @CityVP Manjit, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Gary Sharpe, @Deb Helfrich.29/06/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 I was single for 15 years between two broken marriages. Being single taught me who I was. It did not touch my body or my soul, nor did it inspire me beyond that which I could see. I was just trying to be "me," carefree and duty-free. I entered marriage with hopes abounding, trumpets trumping and puppets glazing. They glazed at the idea of being married and 'playing house.' For I am a Cancer...I love my home, and I love my shell. And when the world was a better place, I had two babies ~ one that planted Pooky's apple seed in the ground to grow an apple tree...and the other to sing like a bird in a cage, just set free. Yes, look at my CV. And there's more to it that you just can't see, for I did not wish for people to envy me. I'm single again, after battered winds blew. And no one can take away the years that were new, the baby's eyes that were blue. And I guarantee you that every Man knew that I was the woman that never made her man blue. Oh. Did I mention, I was a Barbie Doll that broke? And I was traded in for the latest model on a stroke? I'll never allow one man to define who I am. I am a mother, a smile, a supporter, and a smile. Marry ~ and carry both burdens at night. And always kiss first before saying 'goodnight.' @debasish majumder, @Ali Anani09/06/2016 #1 Brian McKenzieMarriage is a state contract and surrender of assets, wealth and future income. You enter it at your own risk and folly without full inspection of ROI vs ROE. Make no mistake - the 'Happily Married' is an exception. Unplug from the 24/7 media that blather a Romantic solution through matrimony, ask your friends, coworkers and social media associations - ask the Men, who is 'happy'. Ask who has not been cleaned out by a divorce, ask who has not had their life laid to waste by the machine that is the command and control of the machines of state and church to bludgeon you into marriage. And of course search #MGTOW. We are done with the whole enchillada. Stay strong - stay single.
- 15/06/2016OK @Ali Anani ... Let's see if a picture can inspire a post. I saw this little caterpillar on the way to my car today. Others are welcome to take the challenge.
Comments15/06/2016 #4 AnonymousSome people look at caterpillars and see creepy crawlers. Others look at caterpillars and see gorgeous creatures that play an essential role in nature’s biodiversity. We look down on the lowly caterpillar, but our appreciation soars in the spring when it transforms into a lovely butterfly. Still, even before metamorphosis there’s a lot we can thank the creepy crawlers for, In general, caterpillars are beneficial insects. They become butterflies and moths, which are important pollinators. Butterflies and caterpillars alike are food sources for other animals and many of us are meat eaters.