- Producer24/07/2017ENIGMA OF SOUND!A baby in fetus Experience the external world’s impulse Amniotic fluid, an enigma in liquid Plays the role of our fancy in fluid By virtue of umbilical chord What a misty nature makes with grand accord! Mother is the...
Comments25/07/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love that you ask our attention for sound, and that brings us awareness that we can hear, thank you for that @Debasish Majumder25/07/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 GallagherBeautiful @Debasish Majumder. You wrote, "Sound, a mystic form of energy," I agree. That reminds me of a video I saw of a newborn. After the baby is born they put him/her in a bucket like tub. As soon as the baby is pulled out above the chest the baby cries, but as soon as the baby is placed back in with the water up to the baby's neck, he/she stops crying immediately and falls asleep.
- Producer25/07/2017Something not adding anything eventually will seize to exist ......One of the thirty three universal principles states ,''That what doesn't add up, will seized to exist...' This powerful principle, in essence and serenity, is one of the most powerful thinkable. I am happy to give you a few examples here and perhaps...
- 25/07/2017#MondayMotivation (USA/ET) Remember: behind or below every cloud in life there's a silver lining or illuminating sunrise/sunset. Retweets welcome via https://twitter.com/DBGrinberg per @beBee @bebeePhotos @Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
Comments25/07/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergAlso online at https://snapescape.com/2017/07/25/silver-lining-sunset-behind-every-cloud/
@Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Lance 🐝 Scoular @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador @Milos Djukic Close
- 24/07/2017Why Marriage Should be a 2-Year Renewable Contract? Tell me what you think!E9: Why Marriage Should be a 2-Year Renewable Contract? Episode #9 - 7/23/2017 Join Matt each Sunday for a 30 minutes LIVE discussion about personal branding, parenting, and...
Comments25/07/2017 #19 Lisa 🐝 GallagherIf my husband and I would have had a 2 year renewable contract we may not have made it. I'm not trying to be mean but if someone needs a contract maybe they are too leery to marry and should just keep dating? Marriage is a work but it's also working with a partner who will always have your back, never tell your secrets and still love you when you wake up with your hair standing up on one side (well that used to happen to me haha). I think if a contract were to be added it would put undue stress on a relationship and make it seem more like a business agreement. i would run if someone offered those terms to me LOL25/07/2017 #17 AnonymousI dont know...any relationship, not just marriage is work and anything worth your love is worth your time. I think if there were a "renewable" contract people would be jumping off the train for what they perceive as greener grass instead of working out their differences. (hmmmm wonder how many would come back in another 2 yrs after not renewing a 2 yr contract with someone else for another whack at 2 yrs with the person they left in the first place...) We already live in a disposable world I guess why not make marriage disposable too. Obviously if things arent working and./ or the relationship is abusive and/or whatever other reasons--well..that is a whole other bag of wedding rice. I think people are in love with the idea of love and jump into "contracts' so to speak with out really getting to know the person. Maybe there should be a two year waiting period to get married instead...? It's to easy to give up the ship on almost anything these days...It seems that no one really wants to work at anything sometimes--they just want all roses and champagne and if they dont get it they cry about it. . Getting married should be as difficult as it is to get a divorce...if they had to jump thru hoops to get married, they may reconsider even starting the process. Hmmm..if there were a 2 yr marriage contract and people decided to not "renew" there should be a 4 yr waiting period to remarry since they couldnt cut it the first 2 yrs....(all dependent on circumstances of course...if you quit a marriage because of abuse or other type of situation that may cut the waiting period ) Just my 5 cents.25/07/2017 #15 Stephane 🐝 Fenner#9 @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador, I will definitely not take position for other people. Some of my friends are married for a long time and happy, some are unhappy but find a compromise not to divorce.. Others are not married and live together for some year and are happy.
It is very difficult to speak for other. But @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood's proposal is interesting. Probably a solution the unhappy ones would have liked...24/07/2017 #14 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorPersonal preference, IMO. Pros - perhaps an easier way out if the marriage isn't working Cons - too much of an emotional roller coaster. I agree with @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador View morePersonal preference, IMO. Pros - perhaps an easier way out if the marriage isn't working Cons - too much of an emotional roller coaster. I agree with @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador, marriage works for some and not others. Close24/07/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful contribution @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood fact is everyone involved in a relationship, should not take it for granted.24/07/2017 #12 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#11 Emotional peace of mind 1st !Marriage works for some and do not for others...it is (no joke) an Act of God....LOL. Well if anyone isn't ready for dedication to a common purpose. Keep on dating..dating is good...and make your intentions clear. No relationship is better that a biased one. Business agreement is business...unless emotions and edication became a business...open debate: No bad or wrong answers..just respectable opinions.24/07/2017 #11 Deborah LevineI agree @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador. Having Mom & Dad reconsider their marriage every two years might mean all kinds of legal unpleasantness and not produce the kind of kids anyone would want. As for the spouse, I wouldn't want a hubby telling me every 2 years that he's rethinking the marriage contract and not sure about continuing. My reaction would be either to cry or throw him out, or both. Not particularly helpful for marriage stability in my mind. #224/07/2017 #3 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorMy beBeeTV features @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood 's episode 9 - Why Marriage Should be a 2-Year Renewable Contract? Feel free to comment as per Matt is bringing good questions regarding our modern societies lifestyle. And remember : SHARING is CARING !
- Producer24/07/2017And then, like magic, it disappeared. GUILT.Some say it consumes you. I wouldn't be here if it did because once consumed ~ that's it right? I keep imagining being eaten by a dragon. You're in it's dark belly, no returning from there! So, no. Guilt doesn't consume you, unless you're...
Comments24/07/2017 #5 Harvey LloydGuilt like the other emotions that we carry in our backpack can be debilitating. There are some that it overwhelms to the point they cant thrive, but mostly we all carry a load of self concept that has its moments.
Myself, i found comfort in finally realizing that we are all emotional beings and depending on circumstance we succumb to them occasionally.
The magic for me came when i took the rocks from the back pack and set them on the table for discussion. More often than not i understood that it was my own projection of circumstance that created the debilitation. The person that it was directed neither understood nor was concerned about my rock.
Today's world offers us the engagement but the levels we are willing to go to get it, sometimes, triggers our rocks. Media especially has tapped into the limbic system of our existance to motivate.
Your courage to express a rock in your back pack is encouraging.24/07/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 GallagherGreat points that many focus on. I've learned as I've aged that it's ok to do what I need, say no when I have to without guilt, and realize that I can go days without talking to a good friend and we can pick up where we last left off. As for my immediate family (kids), we talk 2-3 times a week. Life sure can be a juggling act.
- Producer24/07/2017COLOR OF SUCCESS!“Listen Anirban, since my marriage, I don’t know exactly what actually triggers you to be engrossed in writing, despite you numerous tried to pursued me that, one day you will become famous. Your poems, stories and novels will bring huge fortune...
Comments24/07/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.it is indeed always a story about transformation, love your post @Debasish Majumder
- ProducerMy Opinion is...Constructive criticism can be utter bosh Unfolding ideas almost awash High fives questioned as awes or flaws Is it wise to hide our guffaws Or raise our voice to quash the cause Cheers!-Franci Eugenia Hoffman To be a beBee bee is to be Welcome...
Comments24/07/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.bee inspired by our spotlights bee @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
- Producer23/07/2017Flight of bees: a-buzzin’ in the treesIn the heart of beBee, three ladies from across a few bodies of water, connect to communicate their viewpoints as a result of a buzz written by a gentleman from yet another spot on this planet. We come together on the most basic level, and to make...
Comments24/07/2017 #25 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWonderful post @Lisa Vanderburg! This made me do a bit of deep thinking. I remember my mom asking me when I was little if I had butterflies in my tummy? I thought there was a chance I had a few flying around inside there. She did explain what she meant by butterflies when I was old enough to realize, that couldn't be possible.23/07/2017 #18 Lisa Vanderburg#13 Beautiful insight, my dear @Debasish Majumder!
To me, the silence preceding the wail of a baby is the moment he remembers his Creator; we are mere mortals...to 'take away' choice' is to now live at all!
Most grateful for your insight...it WILL be shared, for I cannot speak for my fellow-bees!23/07/2017 #13 Debasish Majumderexcellent post@Lisa Vanderburg! food for thought! i still wonder about few seconds of silence before a baby wails after birth and what the silence signifies or translate in nature! the gravity of silence is still an enigma to me. however, great buzz. enjoyed read and shared madam. thank you very much for the buzz.23/07/2017 #11 Lisa Vanderburg#10 I second that (late to the party as usual) - thanks @Javier 🐝 beBee!!
@Sara Jacobovici's line, 'I can’t remember a time when anything stopped moving for me'.....can't get that out of my head; it stirs....
And then @Joanne Gardocki's line: '....we are all dancing in relationship with each other' is both freeing and containing. Beautiful souls!
- Producer22/07/2017A journey worth takingWhat defines you? What drives you? What inspires you? What motivates you to inspire others? What are you passionate about? Do you know yet? Perhaps you do. Perhaps there is more to learn about yourself. Self-discovery is necessary to realize...
Comments25/07/2017 #25 Barbara HensleeThanks @Sue Bryan. If only there was some way we could convince those that stay in the safe zone to take a chance on themselves. That door to the safe place won't close, they can always go back. If there is anything, anything that sparks an interest....just give it a try.24/07/2017 #24 Sue BryanNice post @Barbara Henslee. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. You've touched upon something that has been on my mind: the two innate urges that we all have that seem to be opposite: the urge to grow and expand and Self-Realize, and the urge to contract, stay safe and create reliable patterns. I think we are all dancing in the tension between these two.24/07/2017 #21 Debasish Majumderhistory does not repeat itself@Barbara Henslee. you will never get back to the former state. it is always changing and a new converted constituent which eventually come out from the fetus of history. will you expect former state of feudalism or Kingly state will at all reveal like its former state. always there is a new design of dispensation with new formation, having no relevance with it past state.23/07/2017 #14 Louise SmithThank you @Barbara Henslee for your post which is written with fluidity & a layout that makes this so easy to read and understand.
Who am I ? Self-realization
" I’m good at things I’d never thought of before.
I don't have to continue things that I’m not very good at or enjoy.
I can explore something else & learn by mistakes.
I can look at my family traits to help me discover and change myself. " (paraphrased)
Above these are the kernel of personal change. It's important to work on the inside and the outside. Both Nature & Nurture
I use these ideas everyday to help my clients move on with their lives after tragedy and trauma or to get a new job.
"Live and work with the possibility, maybe even the reality, that you are constantly being “interviewed.” "
maybe ok for some people, for those with mental health issues esp related to anxiety,
I wouldn't use this concept.
Instead I would encourage them to do the best they can as much as they can without overdoing it.
I love this concept
"Remember that self-discovery is a journey, not a destination."
So often process is sacrificed for $ and speed which often hurts and alienates people.
"I hope you are on "A journey worth taking."
- 22/07/2017Friday night on beBee! Time to relax and just let your soul shine.Allman Brothers Band - Soulshine "Soulshine" by Allman Brothers Band,...
Comments22/07/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.perfect sound right now thank you @John White, MBA22/07/2017 #1 John White, MBACC: @Deb 🐝 Helfrich @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. @Milos Djukic
- Producer20/07/2017BEES' GRAIL!I love all my dear bees Who never ever to cease Tediously working to produce honey A lovely note of mellifluous symphony! Plenty of hives Where all bees jive Making humdrum What a conundrum! Nature’s...
Comments21/07/2017 #13 Charlene Norman#10 I do so agree @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. @Debasish Majumder20/07/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.Debasish, delivers honey of the best quality, taste it now!20/07/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.this is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo adorable, good to have our poet honey bee here among us, well done @Debasish Majumder!20/07/2017 #9 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWelcome the honey Debasish ! Watch out for one word that I have begun to see being used rather a lot, which is the word hyperbole or hyperbolic, somehow it is one of those words that is getting more airplay in the zeitgeist right now. Hyperbole means excess, overstatement, exaggeration, embellishment and fellow netizens may all becoming hyperbolic about hyperbole is kind of strangely ironic :-) I am sure someone famous must have said it or sung about it or filmed it but it is seems like the currency right now. Let's just hope it wasn't triggered by something Trump said or did for our obsession with Mr. T. is now definitely excessive.
- Producer21/07/2017“ But Your Grace, The Angels Will See Them.” Wandering around Gaudi’s Barcelona.I am sitting on the terrace of my hotel on the La Rambla, Barcelona’s famous pedestrian walkway. It’s just on seven a.m., and the city has yet to stir from the previous night’s revelry. Looking westwards, through a forest of spindly...
Comments24/07/2017 #36 Ken BoddieClosest I've been to Barcelona, Pak Paul, was on a sinking drilling ship in the Bay of Biscay. I must admit to having a matter of fact attitude towards large stony edifices, after having been overexposed to them and to their religious disorders from an early age. But this spike-ridden magnificence certainly grabs the attention, with its detail so copious as to appear from a distance as almost random. Wierd though it may sound, the aerial videos I have seen remind me of the multiple interlinked columns which remain in dispersive soil after prolonged erosion. This is certainly a structure which rises above its surroundings and gives two fingers to conformity. What say you, @Lada 🏡 Prkic?23/07/2017 #34 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#31 Dear Paul, you are the revolutionary, I simply want to be an individual rebel :-) BTW Albert Camus I thought was very good at discerning a difference between the revolutionary and the rebel. Not that I buy into conspiracy theories but Camus's car crash does not feel like it was an accident, no more so when other rebels are lost to the world. Jesus was a pretty good dude in that respect a.k.a. as rebel rather than revolutionary. When the revolution comes I will be the first one against the wall, but I know Paul, you will make a lot of money for people who want to sell the T-Shirts :-)22/07/2017 #30 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#24 If I ever go to Barcelona, it will not be as a tourist. I will get special "Gaudi Hates You" t-shirts - with a sub-heading of "bloody tourists" on the front side along with a picture of Johann Cruyff (because after all he was Dutch but loved by Catalans which introduces some implied irony) and a yellow and red striped flag with the blue triangle on the back that has the words L'estelada Blava Independentisme Català on the back which is a most Gaudi kind of thing to do :-) I can symbolically hear all of Royal Madrid grinding their collective teeth but the tourists won't be able to touch me, and as I come to Barcelona I will also ironically be protesting people like you :-) Then I will come to Bali to see you with a T-Shirt saying "Let me own land NO LEASE!"22/07/2017 #27 Paul Walters#@Ian Weinberg Thanks Ian. I used to live in the Pyrenees in a time long ago just 40KM from Spain so kind of got to know it fairly well. There is perhaps much to say about Gaudi and 1200 words hardly does it/ him justice. Weird guy methinks no matter what his religious persuasion! Coin Toibin's delightful 'Homage To Barcelona' is a brilliant portrayal of the city . I'm convinced that Gaudi was 'on something' when he designed his buildings ....there I said it!!!!!22/07/2017 #26 Paul Walters#21 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher Hi Ho Lisa. In a time long ago I kind of 'dropped out ' ( what a quaint expression that was ) from my advertising career in London and essentially became a hippie/peasant/ farmer in the south of France in the foothills of the Pyrenees, Three years was kind of enough and we left for warmer climes. However, I always seem to return here every couple of years or so and, indeed I am here as I type this. There is talk of a taking small house in a village here for 6 months of the year ( lets skip the winters shall we?) Spain is a mere 40km away as the crow flies over the high Pyrenees. Its a nice place to write but then again we writers like to indulge ourselves!!22/07/2017 #21 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher200 years?!! Wow, amazing it was built and so fascinating. Are you trying to tell us you may have found a new place to live one day sooner than not? Thanks for the info @Paul Walters View more200 years?!! Wow, amazing it was built and so fascinating. Are you trying to tell us you may have found a new place to live one day sooner than not? Thanks for the info @Paul Walters, quite interesting! Close21/07/2017 #17 Ian WeinbergIndeed a fabulous piece @Paul Walters befitting of a legendary construction in one of my favourite cities. Tragically Gaudi died after being run over by a tram. It is alleged that it took 3 days before anyone recognized the 'tramp' as being the great Gaudi because of his attire. Happy travels. Looking forward to our next guided tour!21/07/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI can see how Gaudi's mind worked, he was not building the tallest church imaginable, he was building Catalonia. The Castellers who build human towers is a Catalan ritual which reminds the people of Catalonia the values of Força, equilibri, valor i seny,” which is strength, balance, courage and common sense.
For sure the Catalans who identify themselves as Spanish are a tough hurdle for asserting separation from Spain as is the determination of the Spanish government to keep Spain intact, and ironically Spain made this harder for themselves by its focus on creating autonomous regions. The reality is that it was Spain who ceded Northern Catalonia to France and the French have been successful at homogenizing the Northern Catalan culture, today 80% of Catalans in France speak French. What also emboldened Catalans is the Franco regime. Franco is an example of someone who despised the Catalan culture. Fortunately for Catalans, Spain did not cede all of Catalan to the French centuries before, while Franco's brutality and regime actually served to strengthen Catalan spirits.
The point is that towers represent something very fundamental to Catalans and I am sure Gaudi knew this - and so instead of building human towers, he has built the towers that actually symbolize the eventual declaration of independence for the Catalan people. Just who will be in control of Catalan in 2030 will be interesting. Thus your emphasis on Gaudi's fierce Catalan spirit is highly valid in your articulation of Segrada Familia. It is very much a building about the spirit of Catalan independence. It is Franco who executed Catalan President Lluís Companys in the Spanish Civil War. This Church is a symbol of the Catalan people and there may well come a time in Spanish history when another Franco will arise - but it is this Spirit of Gaudi's vision that protects Catalan culture.
- 21/07/2017Some inspiration for the weekend...Genius Is Not about Excelling at Something—It's about Doing Things Differently | Eric Weinstein We want our surgeons to be excellent. We wants our classical music performers to be excellent. But do we really want excellence everywhere? This is the...
- Producer20/07/2017Healing The Healer"You know the time has come when the manifestations of emotional stress present in the physical body...just name your condition."Several years ago I left a very secure, albeit rather toxic job, after 15 years of service in favor of becoming a...
Comments22/07/2017 #16 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#15 You sure were one busy gal @Cyndi wilkins! I can't imagine taking A & P now.. yikes. But, you did it! I think that's when many of us start racing, when life roughs us up. I wish it didn't have to be that way, for some it's not but I'm sure other obstacles come their way. Ha, you nose became immune to 'shit.' That had to be it!21/07/2017 #15 Cyndi wilkins#8 Yeah...life was really slinging some shit there @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher...I must have been unconscious and they couldn't find any smelling salts...so shitty diapers had to do the trick;-) There were signs, many of them, but I had become complacent in my comfort zone...Life had to rough me up a bit to make me move...it was time.
It didn't happen overnight...5 years passed from this time of 'reckoning' to my move into a new career...I attended night school while still continuing to work full-time at this job until I had accumulated enough credits and proper training to make my move into entrepreneurship...I had to take anatomy and physiology all over again...Try to get a fourty year-old brain to do that!!...Ugh!21/07/2017 #14 Cyndi wilkins#10 Bitterness is a tough nut to crack...holding onto it only keeps us from flying. But to forgive is to be forgiven...and there is not one among us who has not cast that stone of bitterness Harvey...If we can forgive ourselves first, that would be an excellent start;-)21/07/2017 #12 Cyndi wilkins#7 I appreciate your input here @David B. Grinberg...I think this buzz resonates in all of our lives at one time or another...There were so many subtle moments leading up to this particular 'point of no return'...but I kept hitting the snooze alarm...you know? Perhaps I could have saved myself a lot of heartache had I been paying closer attention...But then again, the whole experience of having been reduced to rubble was the catalyst I needed to make that change...and it has made me a much more compassionate person...In hindsight, as content as I may have THOUGHT I was, apparently my life had other plans for me;-)21/07/2017 #11 Cyndi wilkins#6 It really was exactly as you describe @Shelley Brown...being turned completely upside down so that life as you know it ceases to exist...All that is left is the ashes...Well now, after an experience like that, there is only one direction you can take...and that is back up again. At moments like these you find out who your friends really are...as it turns out, they were not the people I had surrounded myself with...They were people from my past relationships that came out of the wood work to help me...That's why I always say "never burn your bridges"...All of our paths cross for very good reason;-)
I'm looking forward to reading whatever story this spurs in you Shelly...Please make sure to tag me on it so I don't miss it!21/07/2017 #10 Harvey LloydFinding resolution to our perceptions of past events is not only gratifying but better than vitamins for our health.
"Bitterness is drinking poison and hoping the other person gets sick."
When i heard the gentlemen make this qoute i got mad, he steamed up all the raw nerves of past experiences that i had justified my perceptions.
He didnt leave me at this steamed up point. He went on to discuss the act of forgiveness. He raised the temperature on the burner by several thousand degrees.
In the end he explained that forgiveness was not only for those waiting, but also for those who needed forgiveness.
The antidote to bitterness is forgiveness. Sounds counter intuitive, but i need to move on with my life without carting that rock forward. When i find a way to forgive then i can walk away without reruns playing over and over again in future settings.
Some great thoughts and discussion on the human condition.21/07/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWhat a genuine and thought provoking story @Cyndi wilkins. The smell of crappy diapers I could do without, hope you found a nice air freshener ;-) I agree, most of us if not all have at least one if not more than one deep seated fear(s). Why is it that sometimes it can be so hard to bring those fears to the surface? I know that's not healthy but I think some do let them linger not realizing they won't go away unless they face them head on... guilty! This is where your last sentence comes in very handy and it's compassionate, "People helping people...one moment at a time;-)" That's so true!21/07/2017 #7 David B. GrinbergThank you, Cyndi, for an excellent read. You make so many good points. I also love the quotes, some of which I'm familiar with per my own life situations. I would reiterate your point about how high stress levels can severely affect one's health. I also agree that maintaining a positive, optimistic mindset can work wonders during tough times -- and all the time. Your words of wisdom are most appreciated! Keep buzzing...21/07/2017 #6 Shelley BrownThis is a really powerful story @Cyndi wilkins and one I certainly relate to. It's like your life bucket gets turned upside down and you get terrified and try to grab all the life pieces and put them back together the way they were before knowing it's impossible. I absolutely believe a toxic situation caused my body to breakdown and I ended up having 3 major surgeries in year including a spinal fusion. It's really amazing how you express that "being given an opportunity to recognize and release that fear once and for all, so I could move forward and help my partner in doing the same" leading to "That shift in perception for me brought with it a sense of peace in being supportive in a committed relationship, rather than fearful for our physical survival and security". I am walking through some fears right now and look forward to being a able to tell a similar story. Thank you. Your healing energy came through this piece.20/07/2017 #5 Cyndi wilkins#3 Your friend sounds like a shaman @Sarah Elkins....To a well trained therapist, the conditions of the energetic systems, or chakras, is easily revealed via careful observation of one's body language...Your friend saw something the moment she took one look at you and knew exactly what you needed in the moment...I hope you have her on speed dial...never know what can happen;-) LOL...Thanks for sharing that...it validates the whole point of this article.20/07/2017 #4 Cyndi wilkins#2 Sometimes we don't even know why we are inhibited by certain fears...the memories are buried so deep. This type of deep manual manipulation of the tissues can unlock those hidden treasures we have tucked away for safe keeping...When something surfaces, it is calling our attention to what is happening in our present that is being influenced by a past 'unresolved' emotion...and by unresolved I mean it has gone unrecognized as the catalyst to our current mind set...once we make that 'conscious' connection and release it from our physical being via movement, meditation, storytelling etc...we are able to move past it and embrace our new found freedom from the cage we have built around ourselves...Right @Deb 🐝 Helfrich;-)20/07/2017 #3 Sarah ElkinsI love this, @Cyndi wilkins, because I can visualize and imagine the entire story, from the release into your memory to the memory itself, and back again to the present moment. When I was in a toxic job, a friend and Pilates guru called me using Skype. She took one look at me and gave me a breathing exercise to do, telling me to do it right then at that moment. I started the exercise, and about 30 seconds into it started to sob. I hadn't cried in many months, but something about that physical activity created an incredible emotional release. My entire being felt less restricted after that.
I'm glad you posted this story, because I know how wonderful it is to grow and improve in your gifts as a result of helping others.20/07/2017 #2 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThe title for this buzz is so apt Cyndi. Healing the healer. The cure and healing lies within us. The answers lie within us but we go out looking for them or wait someone to tell us but what we really need is for someone to show us. And when you showed your self by sharing the experience the healing began. We are most of the time scared and unable to let go of those wounds caused by people, places and things. Its time to open up to ourselves and show ourselves what we are truly capable of.
Like you said "The harmonious nature of this work...People helping people...one moment at a time!"
- 20/07/2017Great talk about the benefits of StoicismWhy you should define your fears instead of your goals | Tim Ferriss The hard choices -- what we most fear doing, asking, saying -- are very often exactly what we need to do. How can we overcome self-paralysis and take...
- Producer20/07/2017Mourning BroccoliOne fateful evening dinnertime in 2011, I made a discovery. I was preparing some vegetables, being careful not to have any onions go astray and land on the floor because Zanzi was eyeing me ready to pounce on debris. She is a passionate...
Comments20/07/2017 #20 Lisa Vanderburg#11 Water finds what is level and you have found yours, my friend! By all accounts, this buzz is raising important issues which is commendable, perhaps at the cost of a little levity - well worth it! Just look at the comments, debate, comprehension this is bringing up.
Always, from the other side of the pond, Americans seem to feel they have no voice, no worth (forgive me my interpretation). It's endemic and follows through with what the Europeans have long known; just how very conservative the Americans are....certainly not in Kansas anymore.....20/07/2017 #19 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#17 Organic is very old in America where food is supposed to be shelf-stable. That is what every single food purveyor dreams of.
But in making it non-digestible by air-based bugs, we've also made most of it non-digestible by gut-based bugs as well.
The vast majority of packages in American stores contain stuff we simply are not able to digest. And this often means things end up in our bloodstream that are very hazardous, indeed.
Broccoli stalks are a good metaphor for the decisions being made for consumers without any regard to nutritional availability.
As usual, we've sold our souls to an easy but overall useless metric, caloric totals, when what really matters to our health is whether or not we can digest the food into usable nutrients. One very reliable prompt to over-eating is being micro-nutrient deficient.20/07/2017 #18 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#15 I do see the method to your 'grumbling', Joyce. You gain strength from shooting straight from the hip, getting it all out, calling all the spades, as such. Then you go through.
I can get a little verklempt - okay a LOT. And, frankly, therefore stuck.
So I glimpse horrific wrong, outside my direct actionable environs, and try to envision how to make this impossible in the future.
Look, we are a society heavily burdened with punishment. We aren't caring for kids because we are caring for criminals. This way does not deter, we've proven it. Although, we also need to address how we glamorize law breakers....
What does deter is when a person is fully loved by those around them. The main driver in our society is how we exchange all our time for very little money. This keeps people from showering those they love with affection in all sorts of ways.
If everyone had a right livelihood, if we as a society invested in this core principle, so much would change.
I have no idea how to make this happen by September or 2020. But I know talking about it is the way to open up more minds to the damage of our current world of work - and significant lack thereof - and how this system perpetuates all of our societal ills.20/07/2017 #17 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThey require first seeing outside the current systems. It's going to be a long time before this happens. There's a new term in the market " Organic" weren't all food suppossed to be that way. Money & desires making man blinded from knowing his own daughter and mother this would apply to nature as well. Realisation is the only weopon we have now and one that noone can take away.
Btw I love broccoli steamed with salt n pepper. My dear zanzi I knew I loved you before I met you. Hugs ❤20/07/2017 #15 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#13 "But if we squash the discussion right from the moment it arises, which is the tendency right now from all corners, it will only be a handful of years until all self-preservation instincts are industrialized right out of us." So true. But I think we are going to have to see a revolution before this happens. Sadly, I don't see this happening, but I hope to be wrong.
"I am just going to continue to agitate pleasantly and firmly until I get connected with someone who can help me amplify my voice." Keep up the good work.20/07/2017 #13 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#9 We do have a lot of choices. But they require first seeing outside the current systems. Having open debate on what better frameworks can be created. And being willing to endure difficult change.
It certainly is the case that we've numbed ourselves with material possessions and given ownership of our health to ever increasing work stress, both of which essentially mean that the agglomeration of wealth by the few is a very difficult structure to topple.
But if we squash the discussion right from the moment it arises, which is the tendency right now from all corners, it will only be a handful of years until all self-preservation instincts are industrialized right out of us.
I am just going to continue to agitate pleasantly and firmly until I get connected with someone who can help me amplify my voice.20/07/2017 #11 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#7 I was hoping that line helped people realize I wasn't actually mourning broccoli stalks in isolation, but all the tiny little ways the massive industrialization of our lives, without representation, is squelching the small delights of being alive.
We really are only about 3.7 years away from absolutely everything being owned by 11 corporations. Who cares if the precise numbers are factual the concept is rippling around us with ever stronger frequency.
Every aspect of our lives, what we eat, wear, and think is being sanitized and standardized.
I really, really am looking for concrete ways to support myself as a tiny voice saying something uniquely different.20/07/2017 #10 Cyndi wilkinsThis is reminiscent of the warped way our silly little society works...The more profitable 'pretty little pieces' can stay because they are pleasing to the eye and effortless to prepare...whereas the real soul food is thrown out with the trash because we cannot 'see' it's value.
Nice buzz @Deb 🐝 Helfrich...Never thought I'd get so deep about food;-)20/07/2017 #7 Lisa VanderburgLove this @Deb 🐝 Helfrich! The icing is 'Broccoli brings us joy'!
I save all my veggies cut-offs (except for celery leaves, eggplant and zucchini - bitter) for the freezer. Bones, carcasses, herbs stalks - all goes into stock that I will slowly boil down over a couple of days when my frozen stash justifies my largest pot. Old or too soft tomatoes, carrots, and anything else threatening goes into the freezer to add to my mass.
Zanzi is glowingly healthy - and cute!!20/07/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 Good to know there is broccoli slaw in the world, @Joanne Gardocki. I'm sure I'll eventually source more stalks, as I just might have the world's only broccoli loving dog....
This is a fun little pivot that made me think about soliciting some outside perspectives on how to turn my unique insights and sensitivities in a force for change20/07/2017 #2 Shelley Brown@Deb 🐝 Helfrich I love seeing the photos of Zanzi! I love that Zanzi loves broccoli! I will have to let River give it a try. I know we have regular stalks here at our markets. Farm grown. I wonder what they do with the stalks? I know some frozen broccoli has stalks and florets?20/07/2017 #1 Joanne GardockiGlad the florets helped your doggie's stomach. I know this won't help the loss of stalk but may take the sting out a bit, I buy broccoli slaw which is shredded (fine julienne) broccoli stalk so the stalks are getting used to some degree, not just thrown away. Are you in an area with local farms? Organic co-op? There's a small local chain here called Produce Junction that gets crated veggies which may have broccoli with stems. Possibly privately owned organic pet food store might be interested in fresh broccoli "bones". Make sure you post updates on progress, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich.
Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.20/07/2017Open The Bottle. Let The Bubbles Dance.I do not know if you love champagne, but I do, now and then. Let's keep it for special occasions. I love it through all my senses. The color of the fluid gold, to see the movement of the sweet particles moving forward, the sound of the bubbles...
Comments22/07/2017 #24 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#23 @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador thanks so much, your comments made me smile21/07/2017 #23 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorThe sound of bubbles giggling out loud and bubbles dancing - love this! Fun and enlightening post, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. View moreThe sound of bubbles giggling out loud and bubbles dancing - love this! Fun and enlightening post, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Have a bubbly day! Close20/07/2017 #22 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#21 we have a YES! that is so awesome, thank you @Jan 🐝 Barbosa ;-)20/07/2017 #20 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#15 oh I just adore writing, that is all, it is not about quantity, it is a daily practice, thank you @Tausif Mundrawala20/07/2017 #19 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#14 only one, you were the one who advised me to keep on writing :-), I follow your advice, @Puneet Srivastava20/07/2017 #18 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#13 yes, step per step, question per question @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt20/07/2017 #17 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#12 thank you @Lance 🐝 Scoular I look forward to seeing your lovely videos!20/07/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#11 thank you @Debasish Majumder good point20/07/2017 #15 Tausif MundrawalaBest and motivating buzz to begin one's day with . I agree with @Puneet Srivastava that how many buzzes are you capable of producing everyday. Phenomenal job of being a prolific writer. Maybe you are surrounded by a beautiful creation of god and humans. It would be an absolute mistake to have missed this wonderful one. Once again am glad that I read this buzz, my friend @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.20/07/2017 #14 Puneet SrivastavaHey girl... how many write-ups u do in a day??? @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. at your rate i will soon need a reading assistant. :) :) Big questions in your Golden Check List Level 2... so let the bubble dance :):) Good wishes once more... great going... keep the engine on...20/07/2017 #11 Debasish Majumderwine is always divine! otherwise how we experience the divinity being manifested in this unique platform? lovely insight@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. View morewine is always divine! otherwise how we experience the divinity being manifested in this unique platform? lovely insight@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the lovely buzz. Close20/07/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
- 20/07/2017For my first buzz...I'd like to share some simple observations.
Without attending to self-care, self-refinement, and self-development...there can be no legitimacy or longevity expected in any professional as perceived by clients, coworkers, and even the competition.
Positive: In mood, in actions. Never allowing negativity to grab even a fraction of your disposition. When tempted to be negative, remember the drawbacks inherent to Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt.
Professional: With all individuals at every level of the professional world. Employing courtesy, patience, consideration and adaptation to where your every move is always made with the utmost emphasis on proper form and function.
Dynamic: Never allowing yourself to become lost in the mire of mediocrity. You can overcome monotony by constant study, productive activity, and by being engaged in the world without compromising precious resources (attention/energy/time) unless merited. Dynamism as a facet of confidence will invariably convince others of your sincerity, but also make it easier for them to invest themselves in you.
Consistent: Keep at it. Even (if not especially) when times are tough.
Comments20/07/2017 #10 David B. GrinbergWelcome, Steven, to the land of buzz, honey, collaboration, interaction and engagement. Your observations are admirable, impressive and appreciated. We always try to keep it positive here by producing high quality content, as well as engaging in constructive comments and civil, open online dialogue. Thanks 🙏 for BEEing part of this unique community. Keep buzzing 🐝🐝✌️️20/07/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWelcome to beBee Steven. I like the cut of your jib but I am for practical wisdom. If business actually worked this way I would be the happiest man in the world, and I have no doubt that you practice what you say, but if and were this world has been built on branded lies I am not going to put a pretty face on it.
The intensity in your words is matched by the power of the words written by Napoleon Hill, who wrote "Think and Grow Rich".
Even today, people look up to that book as practical wisdom, but Napoleon Hill in reality was a fraud, his story is contemptuous and his life was not reflective of that he spoke in such greatness about.
I am sure you have strength of mind and presence to get past the bad actors and pursue the road of elegance and that of higher values. The way forward for those with the highest ethic is the road less traveled.
I am glad you are on that road and for every Napoleon Hill that arrived in this world, may the antidote be a Steven Vilkas who remained true to his journey. Your chief advantage today is your resilience. My way is to embrace all forms of emotion & reason.
- Producer19/07/2017DESTINY OF BIRD AND BEES!A little boy once caught a bird Its freedom being snatched Being captivated in a cage Not knowing when and how its appetite surge Out of natural trait he offered the bird food Out of inadequate water and food It started to...
Comments20/07/2017 #22 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"The art of making honey
Only master they are in nature with a unique symphony
A delicious jelly they can only produce
To induce human, they know the art only to seduce"!
But you are making honey like bees dear @Debasish Majumder View more"The art of making honey
Only master they are in nature with a unique symphony
A delicious jelly they can only produce
To induce human, they know the art only to seduce"!
But you are making honey like bees dear @Debasish Majumder. So, please tell us how you make honey out of words Close20/07/2017 #19 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#18 you deserve it, it is as simple as that!20/07/2017 #18 Debasish Majumder#16 thank you very much @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.for your continuous support and appreciation. i am privileged and honored madam.20/07/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.the poet bee that inspires us from the heart: Debasish!20/07/2017 #15 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.cute, sweet and magnificent, happy to have our Debasish with us, thank you for you and your art!
Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.19/07/2017I Once Feared The Unknown. Now I Love It.The unknown can be scary. We have no idea what to expect. Leaving our safe heaven can be too much for some of us. We might prefer to stay in the scene where we are the movie director of every single detail. We love to feel that we are in control of...
Comments22/07/2017 #52 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#51 Really love how you expressed it @Judy Olbrych thank you22/07/2017 #51 Judy Olbrych@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. I usually visualize my personal Unknown as being "outside." You have thoughtfully reversed that with powerful "inside" images for an Unknown that is hidden in the heart, in the egg, in the bubble, and in the seed hidden under the soil.20/07/2017 #50 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#46 well @Tausif Mundrawala, I could only be deeply honored when the content of my buzzes has a healing power, that gives meaning to my writing, thank you soul much.20/07/2017 #49 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#45 well said Andrew, yes to discovery!20/07/2017 #48 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#44 thank you motivator mentor @Puneet Srivastava20/07/2017 #47 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#43 what a beautiful reply, thank you!20/07/2017 #46 Tausif MundrawalaThis is the most exceptional buzz I have ever read. The word which comes to my mind is, 'Wow!' Please keep tagging me for your buzzes as I don't wish to miss any one of those. I apologize to reply you late as I may be occupied with something or the other. As I have always said that your buzzes have worked like an ointment on my wounds left open by the fear and the unknown ones. The difficult phase have taught me a lot and I have emerged a winner. Thanks once again my friend, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.20/07/2017 #44 Puneet Srivastava#41 I agree with what Lisa says: we have to be honest with ourselves and that's the ideal Karma. Plus that's the basic requirement also. Further, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher is once again dot on in her perspective when she says that ... there are parts best left untouched... yet. those parts can be understood with correct training. This is like knowing the contents of the medicine, however taking it only when prescribed by a qualified physician.
Beautiful write-up @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. U are doing so great. Congrats!!!20/07/2017 #43 Harvey LloydThe unknown is known by someone else. There is comfort in this statement as we consider moving forward. If i can communicate correctly and identify those that my unknown is their known, i can navigate and share a journey with that person.
Control is something i must give up in order to share the journey, i must be teachable.
For me to do this i also must understand my own pride. Pride is the biggest maker of fear. The walls of pride stop me from seeing past many obstacles to my own success, creating a journey where fear funnels me past success.
The irony, one of the greatest joys of existance is helping others through their journey. The person we helped had to stow their pride and accept the shared journey. Yet i cant release my own pride.
The word karma is interchangeable with narrative. A prideful narrative creates a blindness that establishes a reoccurring theme of missed opportunities.
Thought proving post.20/07/2017 #42 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#41 thank you @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher I am so sure, all good karma is flowing towards you!20/07/2017 #41 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher"K arma, is what we create by the choices we make. When we respect our heart's desires and do no harm to others by achieving these, life will always reward us. It is one of the laws of living a fulfilling life." I'm still waiting for more good Karma :)) All kidding aside, wonderful points @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. As for the unknown, there are times I want to know and other times it's best not to know.20/07/2017 #40 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#31 a big thank you to Lance and Matilda bee, the day is coming nearer that we see her again on beBee!20/07/2017 #39 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#32 true @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador great point!20/07/2017 #38 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#33 love your answer, @Melissa Hefferman, thank you!20/07/2017 #37 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#34 I really enjoyed your comments, as I said before, this makes beBee so unique, to wave the experiences, loving experiences and the influences of other bees in our joined product, that is cooperation with lots of enriching honey, thank you @David B. Grinberg20/07/2017 #36 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#35 happy for you @Lyon Brave and your name already indicated that!20/07/2017 #34 David B. GrinbergThanks so much, Liesbeth, for this poetically profound and inspirational buzz. You make many excellent points. I was watching a music documentary on HBO the other night in which Bruce Springsteen offered some words of wisdom about a very successful music producer on his first album, "Born to Run" (the music producer is not well known outside of the industry).
Springsteen attributed to this music producer's success to: "A tremendous lack of fear for moving forward."
The music producer provided this sage advice: " Make fear your tailwind, not your headwind."
It's also about putting fear by the wayside and confidently taking that leap of faith into the unknown. That's the way to achieve success. But it's easier said than done.20/07/2017 #33 AnonymousHow lovely! I must read a lot more of your writing than I have! I rather noodled (completely unoriginal of me) that everything is unknown. So now that's mostly how I Live. Do you know what tomorrow will look like? I sure don't! It's all a big guess, I Love Loving it too. :)
- 19/07/2017Thanks to @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. for inspiring me with her article: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@liesbeth-leysen/i-once-feared-the-unknown-now-i-love-it#c25
Comments19/07/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.oh @Joel Anderson, you are kind! thank you so much. We are there as bees to inspire each other.
- Producer19/07/2017Calmly and Vibrantly AliveDoes this register as an oxymoron for you? Or can you feel the way the juxtaposition captures the homeostasis of life. Lots of vibrant little mitochondria are needed to emerge into a person of calm demeanor.I feel reticent today.I am not sure...
Comments19/07/2017 #3 Debasish Majumder#2 thank you very much madam for such cordial response, precisely, citing about the wailing of baby, which keeps us is in intense suspense, and moment we notice its perpetual suspense, hell broke down on us. there lies the dynamics of quantum mechanics, the enigma of the entity, which seems so frivolous and can turn into fruition, beyond our capacity to perceive! the way you narrated madam @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, it evidently appears that you are a true quantum activist! thank you very much for your insightful comment.19/07/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 That is an astute comparison, @Debasish Majumder. We humans are so intensely attached to the feeling states of the now, yet, in all truthfulness, in the very moment we feel overwhelm or anger or hurt, the world has moved on. Things are arranged differently.
Our perceptual systems operate a little too slowly for our own good.
Perhaps like kids we need to wail intensely for 3 seconds and then flow right into giggling at the funny face being made at us.
When we stay locked in any given emotion, we have disembarked from the quantum train of universal motion.
And thank you very much for the role model you are being. You are demonstrating how to be calmly and vibrantly alive, right past a situation that you could have dwelled in. You adjusted to new conditions and went forward, being who you are.
That is a priceless lesson for all!19/07/2017 #1 Debasish Majumderthe beauty as well enigma of life is lying in the position we are dwelling and always changing the position out of the external conditions, making a leap from one to other orbital plain, the dynamics of quantum mechanics we experience in our own life! love post @Deb 🐝 Helfrich! enjoyed read and share. thank you for the buzz madam.