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- Producer05/05/2017Writing and Editorial Board in Social NetworksAs a professor, I also feel the need to boost people. It's my job. With due respect to all ideas about an advisory editorial board, my opinion is that this approach is not entirely correct. People need to understand that whether it is one voice...
Comments17/09/2017 #82 Yolanda Ávila MárquezAn excellent buzz @Milos Djukic
I totally agree. I quote 2 phrases
''Writing and publishing in social network is more like transparent teaching and completely free mutual shaping of perception without editorial board, algorithmic control, influencer marketing, and selective promotion''..
''We all need very high quality of the written word''.
Regards.16/09/2017 #81 Proma 🐝 NautiyalThank you for this great post, @Milos Djukic. I totally agree without. Especially with the part about algorithm control. It is such a restriction that makes kind of hinders the creative juices from flowing, a kind of manipulation nonetheless. Writers learn to adapt and follow but to what extent. That remains to be answered.15/08/2017 #80 Evelyn AsherMilos, I was fortunate to serve as an editorial staff member of a peer-reviewed journal for 3.5 years. I related to your commitment to helping others meet high editorial standards. Authors are consistently elevated by challenges the content and research editors present. Those dedicated scholars willing to revise, revise, revise and yet hold true to their purpose, will go on to publish with greater confidence,.12/05/2017 #75 Anonymous#74 Thank you @John White, MBA, as I already pointed out in my comments within a great post by @Jim Murray entitled: "The Internet Is Manufacturing Idiots…Is beBee The Antidote?" (https://www.bebee.com/producer/@jim-murray/the-internet-is-manufacturing-idiots-is-bebee-the-antidote), Yes it is, beBee is the antidote, believe it or not. The most popular social media, known as the mainstream media, are responsible for what is called a mediated culture by sociologists or a content based on what majority wants to see and hear. However, this is often an illusion because there are imposition of favored content, authors and sources that are carefully selected by the editorial board and a company's in–house marketing team, and which are used for the transformation and reshaping of public opinion. This is also the reason for a lack of authenticity and self-organization on mainstream media, while that is not characteristic for a young social media such as beBee. And that's one of the reasons why I wrote "Writing and Editorial Board in Social Networks". This is an article about the mainstream SM (networks) and potential pitfalls, which has a broader meaning.11/05/2017 #68 Todd JonesExcellent, @Milos Djukic! My primary reasons for using beBee as my primary social media outlet is to learn all sorts of interesting things from experts with experience well beyond my own, and be of course to be entertained. BeBee has managed to develop a platform that seamlessly integrates these objectives. Great post.07/05/2017 #63 Anonymous"Inside a Writer's Mind: Paul Croubalian" by @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian on LinkedIn
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- Producer11/09/2017How To Write Blog Posts That Will Hold Your Audience's AttentionImage Source: PixabayAttention is difficult to gain these days, but it is easy to gauge it. One look at the analytics of your webpage will show you the bounce rates and how long your site visitor spent on a particular page. These analytics are truly...
Comments18/09/2017 #24 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven#22 Of Course, That is another great way of "stirring the honey pot."
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@preston-vander-ven/we-all-need-to-stir-the-honey-pot13/09/2017 #22 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#15 Thank you so much, @Preston 🐝 Vander Ven.
I understand what you are talking about. I too, wrote rather long articles along with long, convoluted sentences, something that I picked up from the classics. My teachers asked me cut my sentences short and use words which were less opulent and more functional.
It is then that I started working towards writing shorter essays/articles in simple format and it has helped manifold.
You are right about the bounce rates too. Shorter articles attract more eyeballs.
Thank you for sharing your experience, it was very insightful. :-)
P.S: May I update my buzz with your text, in quotes and credits to you, to help readers understand how they can break down their articles with lots of information. It would be very helpful as you have explained it very well here?13/09/2017 #15 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Buzz. Something I learned a long time ago was I used to write very long indepth articles with all the information I wanted to share. They were sort of like short books. I realized they had very high bounce rates.
What I did was took each of these articles and turned each topic into it's own articles. If the articles was still to long, I would then make it a Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 with links to each other. My bounce rate began to go down.
At first, it was hard for me to understand that others did not think like I did, and most people just wanted to enjoy themselves. Reading a long textbook is not enjoyable, yet reading something short and straight to the point could be fun and useful to their time.12/09/2017 #7 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#5 would love to @Yolanda Ávila Márquez
I really need to brush my Spanish skills. Hace mucho tiempo que no he practicado. Podría compartir conmigo algunos links donde pueda encontrar películas españolas? Quiero verlas y revisar las palabras y sus usos.
Oh, I love this language! :-)11/09/2017 #4 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#2 Thank you so much @Yolanda Ávila Márquez. I totally agree with you. What you wrote actually shows in the content you post. Each and every piece of buzz, you create, is so interactive and though provoking that I actually when on to write a super long comment in Spanish. :-)11/09/2017 #3 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#1 Thank you @Tausif Mundrawala. True, ever since we stepped into customer-oriented approach towards marketing and sales, this has been followed. It is of utmost importance to cater to the client's need, inform them, educate them, apply our expertise to help them deal with their pain points. Making the entire exercise about ourselves will not only make our clients disinterested, but also make them feel disconnected. I feel, as marketers, we still have a lot of room for improvement. As markets change, so do our clients, and so should our approach.
- 11/09/2017Personal Self Improvement Month - LRB & Associateslrbandassociates.com So, September is personal self improvement month. In the first place, set some goals for yourself. In the same way, it is important to take some...
- Producer11/09/2017The Importance of Blogging Many of us blog, especially on sites such as beBee. It allows us to express our thoughts on a particular subject. In this article I'll explain how important it is to blog.1. You'll reach people who are interested in your chosen subject.If you're...
Comments11/09/2017 #2 Zacharias 🐝 VoulgarisA friend of mine has a pretty good idea of who is reading my blog content, for my DS blog. Still, in a blog like that you have to jump through hoops in order to get a clear idea about your audience. That's why when it comes to engagement, SM are the best way to blog, esp. places like beBee.
- Producer10/09/2017Am I a Racist?I’ve been pondering this story for a long time. Istiak, a stoic Bangledeshi, piqued my interest. I viewed his demeanor with humor as he practically grunted through purchases I made at a local convenience store. More than anything, I wanted to see...
Comments11/09/2017 #16 Lisa VanderburgWhat a delicious and intuitive buzz @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee - I've asked myself the same question! When I was around 7 (moved from the US to UK a year earlier) I got to play the Virgin Mary in the schools Nativity play. I took that as a sign that God wanted me to be a nun when I grew up (ha..!), but in fact, it was because of my olive skin; a throwback to the Blackfoot tribe (or black-out, as one of my sons wrote years later in a junior school paper)! But as I grew to middle school, I saw how my hue (and accent ) set me apart. In summer after playing in the sun I was a dark-gold brown and this was the time in England when the Brits were 'Paki-bashing' so I was a bit fearful. Many years later and back in the States with my own young kids in Florida and I couldn't believe the way builders etc would approach me in their break (I was 'white ' enough then) to make openly hostile reference to other Americans of color - I ate them :)
Love your pith to the myth!!!11/09/2017 #14 Preston 🐝 Vander VenI love to learn about others. I read a quote that helps the term racism out of my heart and mind. "There our two types of people, Decent and Indecent. If I can remember this Truism, then I will never be Racist." - Unknown
I am a person who loves to learn and loves the adventure of the uncovering the unknown.11/09/2017 #13 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#12 The Arab poet says what closely means "X claimed he shall kill y, then I assure you y that you shall live for long".
If you would kill me then I am honored to be killed by the beautiful @Nicole Chardenet View more#12 The Arab poet says what closely means "X claimed he shall kill y, then I assure you y that you shall live for long".
If you would kill me then I am honored to be killed by the beautiful @Nicole Chardenet. Love your sense dear. Close11/09/2017 #12 Nicole ChardenetOf *course* you're a racist. We all are, to one degree or another. Fear of The Other is ingrained into our cavecritter brains which haven't evolved enough to catch up with the times. Hmmmm, Joyce looks like me so must be okay. @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View moreOf *course* you're a racist. We all are, to one degree or another. Fear of The Other is ingrained into our cavecritter brains which haven't evolved enough to catch up with the times. Hmmmm, Joyce looks like me so must be okay. @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee not so much, should kill him just to be on safe side. Ug, pass me more mastodon meat. Save blood so I can paint cave wall later.
The latest is that asking people where they're from is racist. Don't worry if you didn't know that, Joyce, those of us who are old enough to have lives and actual responsibilities don't have time to keep up on the up-to-the-minute ever-changing rules of political correctness. I guess I can understand the reticence to answer that question to some degree what with all the xenophobia and race-hatred going on now (and I mean everyone, not just the tiki-bearing Neanderthals at alt-reich rallies). I mean, what kind of a weird world is it when an American feels more comfortable identifying as a Mexican than a Pakistani? I s'pose because a guy suspected of taking your job will engender somewhat less fear than a guy suspected of wanting to blow up you or your family. Close11/09/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#9 to belong to two countries- the country of origin and the immigration country is difficult because it is like having two hearts in one body. That is why the concepy of pot melting helps. If not truly practiced the issue of two hearts shall intensify.
Variety means openess to different cultures and this leads t more crestive societies. If people resent asking this question it is due to feeling that their original country is less respected than others. I wonder if a USA citizen would mind to say that he migrated from UK, for example.
@Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee_ I agree that we may learn from asking and exploring. It needs confidence by the other side thst you are asking for this reason. Trusr is a key factor here.10/09/2017 #8 Jerry FletcherRacism? I think not, Joyce. Curiosity I would say. These days it gets more interesting because some of the most striking people are truly representations of the melting pot. It comes down to love. You can't stop the outcome of love between folks of different ethnicity. And frequently you cannot begin to identify what that ethnicity was. Yes, indulge your curiosity but remember that we are all human.10/09/2017 #5 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#1 #2 #3 #4 Sometimes it is necessary to explore what is within to understand what is without. I have an infinite curiosity about people. From the first moment I met Istiak, I knew there were things grumbling in my mind. Thank you for all your comments, and thank you, @Debasish Majumder and @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt for the shares.10/09/2017 #4 Numo Quest!@Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee A great share Joyce, many thanks. I think the most dumbest thing people can do is pull, at least the way we call it, is the 'race card'. Why? For we all belong to one race named 'Homo Sapiens'. There aren't any more human races on planet earth than us. It is as simple as that. What we face today is a serious degradation of the spoken and written language in terms to tie many different new meanings to the same verb or word with all kinds of pretty annoying consequences. Discrimination is the same. Nature, where man is a part of, is entirely depending on discrimination. It is as simple as that. Man and woman naturally discriminates by seeking the best possible partner for one self hence, discrimination isn't bad, it's part of our existence. The thing is, and we still haven't come that far, is to accept not all are equal but unique. And we better cherish that uniqueness and ask the same of others, likewise, in return. As long as we accept people discriminate others, for what ever reason, we lose a little of the best we can be. To me, as an IT professional on hand, a profiler on the other, welcome all opportunity to be able to use the internet to enrich myself with peoples uniqueness. I don't recognize racism or discrimination (anymore) since any energy/focus put in just that, makes it larger. Again, great publish, thanks.10/09/2017 #2 Pascal DerrienMy kids are Irish, my grandfather was Austrian and I was born in France so that makes me officially confused :-) Insularity and diversity have had a long history of struggling with each other on either concepts. In the end it does not really matter where people are coming from it is more important that they are fully be able to express themselves and contribute in the now :-)
- Producer09/09/2017To be right you have to have someone to say you are wrongIf you wait to write a buzz that everybody would agree with you then you shall never write one. However; not all differing comments shall be of the same level or category. Some comments will invoke new ideas, expand on the original idea, offer...
Comments15/09/2017 #95 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeAhhh yes. I often just walk away from an angry prick. (oops) Someone who is oily or bloody often has issues of his/her own which attempt to "bleed" over into the lives of others. I have no time to psychoanalyze these ******. I just move on and take an occasional peek backwards.12/09/2017 #92 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#91 As much as I agree with you @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher I am glad that I did. This experience uncovered the great passion of other bees to stand against ill-behaviors. Besides, it lead me to write my last three buzzes that attracted more than 300 comments. I wrote a presentation on Stupidity Spawns Creativity and this was the case. However; I don't belive I would do the same again and just ignore and keep on my way should this happen again.12/09/2017 #91 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#90 First, Im sorry that happened. It has happened to me before and I responded politely because I was bewildered. I then became defensive and that just causes more internal frustration. Ive learened that some people enjoy picking others apart, does it make them feel superior, I dont know. I try my best to ignore people who are intentionality cruel now. They are not worth your precious time, not deserving of a response. No response in cases like that are best.12/09/2017 #90 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#89 Exclusion is better than feeling inside as a sheep. If we don't stand by our believes we become sheep and cheap. I agree all the way with you @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. If you know that I read only one of your buzzes and I write a comment stating "Your posts are vacuous and empty of any meaning, what would you do? This is exactly what I experienced and I meant my question to address this issue. To ignore, to respond or what?12/09/2017 #89 Lisa 🐝 GallagherHi @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, you asked if we should run from negative comments or confront them? I think it depends on the situation. For example, I listened to negative comments about a few co-workers from my superiors. I tried to ignore the comments because I was new and didn't want to get on the wrong side of my boss and a few others. At some point, I had to make a choice; that choice was to either stand up for what was right or pretend to be a sheep. Maybe if a person pretends to be a sheep, eventually they become one? I began to speak out and I must say, that was the beginning of my ostracizing! It began slow but it was methodical. In the end, I had to leave - I can't work with people who only care about themselves. I can't work with gossipy, unhappy people. Before I left, 2 others did. Since I left 3 yrs ago, 7-8 more people have left as well.11/09/2017 #88 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI want to thank you @Lada 🏡 Prkic for sharing the buzz. I understand your points fully. This buzz led to some interesting discussion, which are summed up (in part) in my buzz of today on "visual flows of ideas". The energy consumed in writing constructive comments may bring to fruition the tree of discussions.11/09/2017 #87 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI summarized the key points in the discussions here and on my previous buzz in a new buzz "Visual Flow of Ideas"
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/visual-flow-of-ideas View moreI summarized the key points in the discussions here and on my previous buzz in a new buzz "Visual Flow of Ideas"
I hope I succeeded in my mission. Close10/09/2017 #86 Lisa Vanderburg#84 As I let your words absorb @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, I cannot help but juxtapose those images I've been tied to far too long of Hurricane Irma. I totally understand when you say 'we are immersed in information 24/7'; both the healthy and the unhealthy aspects of how live live now in the first world.
You bring us a reminder of our frailty amongst all the 'trophies' we think we have, but we are mere flesh; we wound, we hurt. That's what I understand from you and I am humbled. Thank you!10/09/2017 #85 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#84 You always add a new layer to the discussion. Yes., your reference to stain s in our behaviors that resulted in repeating dark ages. If we aspire to reach he golden age we must clean our staining beliefs, thoughts, actions and intentions. We must be clean of internal stains that make us see the world as dark and deprive us from enjoying nature and its miracles to learn from and advance.
I wish you @CityVP 🐝 Manjit a safe journey to the golden age. I know that obstacles shall not deter you.10/09/2017 #84 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIn the history of humanity there have been more dark ages than there have been golden ages. So rare are golden ages that some scholars doubt whether the golden age we may cite was indeed a golden age or our mythical view of a golden age. What is fundamentally different about our century is that we are immersed in information 24/7 and those born to this century, accompany a new form of history, which is a fully recorded life. As virtual reality comes into being we will see the next generation be able to save a 3-dimensional history.
There is no question that we are not removed from the effects of the dark ages or that we are close to the kind of golden age that is realized through elevation of what it is we call our humanity and rising tide of education that is full bodied i.e. not simply prescription to an age of reason but reason that is a part of an age of life.
So now I can talk about stains and as a human being I am skin and bone, rather than cloth. I may bare the scars of physical injury if my life was exposed to physical damage or I may carry mental injury if my life was exposed to dark aged mentalities. So when it comes to stains that can be removed, we engage in the modern convenience of washing. That is if we happen to live in a part of the world where utilities are fully functioning. We have not reached an age of clean energy, abundant fresh water supply or livable cities - but we are getting there. The cleansing of our spirit encompasses the state of being of our time, and the recognition that dark age minds continue the past, but the possibilities of a golden age, that is the hope we harbor.
How we wash ourselves of stains depends on how fortunate our own living space is. There are darker places on Earth than ours. In this I count my blessings as I seek a pathway to a golden age.10/09/2017 #82 Lisa Vanderburg#81 Oh, forgive my comment then @Ian Weinberg; as you will know of the content, I'm confused at your question? That said, I do not include myself with those here that are working towards fruitful resolution - I'm far too distracted today because my family is in the way of Irma. But I do want to be clear to you, with the greatest respect, that there is no advantage in reopening wounds. As an eminent Neurosurgeon, I'm sure you understand. Kind regards10/09/2017 #79 Lisa Vanderburg#74 @Ian Weinberg repectfully Sir, I would look at @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee last two posts here, if you want the answer to 'But for my clarification I wish to ask what the specific grievance is?'
It would not serve to re-hash that here and now, where great progress is being made by clear-thinking minds. Many thanks...just IMHO! :)10/09/2017 #78 Lisa Vanderburg#58 To all you wisdom @Harvey Lloyd, I tip my hat, Sir! Still trying to work out your XY grid thing #66, but that just shows the limit of my intelligence :)
I am remiss and distracted with a million messages to my son & family & extended in FLA (that you for your good wishes @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA & @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee & anyone else I missed).
Seems to me you are all evolving a better was of practice to this platform....you should get a bleedin' knight-hood as far as I'm concerned! :)10/09/2017 #76 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#74 You are a wise man @Ian Weinberg to write "I take issue with your content and approach. I perceive no value contribution from you in this context and respectfully request that you disengage". I applied almost the same approach. I don't dispute it in any way.
You add in your comment "But we cannot change others or their values - we engage, attempt non judgemental dialogue in order to gain value from the interaction and contribute our value-add". Again, I don't dispute this either and I am in deep appreciation of it. This is exactly what we are experiencing here with so many new ideas emerging. I assure you I can write a book on those new ideas and shall soon review them in a buzz. The positivity with which commentors tackled the initial issue made all of us better and enriched with new ideas as are exemplified in the last few comments on this buzz.
Sometimes the topic might be of little importance for some readers, but the comments branch out into new thinking. Creativity after all is to create a butterfly effects from small issues and create significant new possibilities.10/09/2017 #75 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA#74 Good day Dr. @Ian Weinberg...hope you are having a great Sunday in (sunny? SA. Thanks for your illuminating comment.Remind me never to even think about crossing paths with you Oom Ian...lol.
Diplomacy "the fine art of telling someone to go to h..l in such a manner that he looks forward to the trip!"
- Producer07/09/2017Google Likes BeBeeTo understand more about SEO, I searched a few of my beBee posts on Google and Yahoo. I placed the titles of about ten posts in the search bar without adding my name or the name beBee. All posts were picked up by these two search engines and a few...
Comments10/09/2017 #37 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThis was the top three searches returned after I typed "Google Likes beBee". The first search was the bebee page on Facebook and then it looks likes Hive-Talk and also Hives.
BeBee - Home | Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/bebeeENG/ View moreThis was the top three searches returned after I typed "Google Likes beBee". The first search was the bebee page on Facebook and then it looks likes Hive-Talk and also Hives.
BeBee - Home | Facebook
Google Likes BeBee. Getting to understand more about SEO, I searched a few of my beBee posts on Google and Yahoo today. To be specific, I placed the titles ...
Hive Talk-Trending Buzzes & Trending Hives-Sept. 8, 2017 - beBee ...
2 days ago - Paul Walters. Trending Buzzes-. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gert-scholtz/google-likes-bebee. Google Likes. Gert Scholtz.
Marketing: Hives - beBee
Google Likes BeBee. Google Likes BeBeeTo understand more about SEO, I searched a few of my beBee posts on Google and Yahoo. I placed the titles of about ... Close08/09/2017 #25 Lada 🏡 PrkicGert, my oldest post on beBee The writer in me just woke up!, which I wrote a year ago, still appears as the first search result on Google and Yahoo! The same is with almost all my other posts on beBee.
Still, I noticed that Yahoo loves beBee a little bit more than Google. :-)
- 09/09/2017The struggle of sales target settingWhy do sales directors set unrealistic targetsamaroaraujo.com An article about the target setting and the reasons why it can be perceived as unrealistic and lead to frustration and take away...
- Producer14/05/2017Be known for what you knowFor experimental purposes, you can take your old blog post and make some quick adaptations so that you can repost it on beBee Producer. Probably you just want to get an idea of how publishing on beBee actually works -- is it like Facebook, where the...
Comments08/09/2017 #39 Yolanda Ávila Márquez#1 Great. I did not know this!
''you can take your old blog post and make some quick adaptations so that you can repost it on beBee Producer.''
And, this is 'the best':
''People will read and follow your articles if they learn something that helps their business or their lifes''.
With Bebee and your producers you can enrich people's lives in one way or another.04/06/2017 #34 Tausif MundrawalaThis is the best platform which I came accross. It's not only about posting and commenting but a community where each and every bee cares for each other. That's the beauty of this wonderful platform. It has even proved a healing medicine where the personal touch and it's element has illuminated lives. Thank you for this buzz,@Javier 🐝 beBee04/06/2017 #33 Adam TilsleyIt's a good thing I found beBee when I did. I re-posted a blog post I wrote in February to LinkedIn and got only 4 views. But when I posted it on beBee...I got over 100 times MORE views. I think I'll use LinkedIn for connecting and lead gen purposes from here on out.16/05/2017 #22 Preston 🐝 Vander VenI agree 100%. beBee has been the #1 social platform to re-share articles that I wrote sometimes years ago. I tried sharing them on Linkedin Pulse, Facebook, ect, yet when I brought them to the Hive my views skyrocketed.
I also feel it is the relationships here. I noticed that here us bees are promoting eachother, while in other platforms, the majority of members are mostly self--promoting. For example, Facebook is all about the Money. They do not want you to get views unless you pay for it.
Thanks to @Javier 🐝 beBee , this site allows our honey to reached all sides of the world just by helping each-other. I joined beBee back in November of 2016. Now, my blog and my of my works have gone viral. It started from Shares from beBee.15/05/2017 #18 Yogesh SukalYes, bebee producer, writers, poets should try for fruitful interactions on the content with writers here on this platform.
" bebee : Platform to stand for equally evolved brand."
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- Producer03/09/2017Science-Philosophy Singularity : Magic of AbsolutismScience-Philosophy Singularity : As our modern science is in fact originated from philosophical thoughts and ideas way back from the ancient world and it amazed me to find analogies between objective science principles and subjective human...
Comments16/09/2017 #18 CityVP 🐝 ManjitLove the "This is Truth" diagram. The chief problem of science is that we compare the few that understand life at the quantum and cosmic level with the many that will be influenced by a 30 second TV advertisement. People who can grasp the absolute are a small elite group of people creating and thinking at levels that are even beyond many of us. The relativism of reality is the disappointment of life pointed towards shallowness, rather than the magnificence of life on the road less traveled.15/09/2017 #15 Yogesh Sukal@Deb 🐝 Helfrich Thank you for your thoughtful comment. As you said Science without philosophy poses immense harm, Indeed there has to auto-catalytic balance between the same to have beautiful outcomes for our better future and even the answers for the questions you posed.
Happy to receive your thoughts on the same as well @CityVP 🐝 Manjit @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Pascal Derrien15/09/2017 #14 Yogesh Sukal#10 @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Thank you for encouraging note. I will be happy to read reflective buzz from you the same. Its really amazing to have interactive buzzes to have flow of thoughtful interactions and thanks to bebee platform for the same.
CC. @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz @John White, MBA13/09/2017 #12 Deb 🐝 HelfrichVery powerful images, @Yogesh Sukal, which help to entice us to read and ponder a very perplexing concept. An observers limited perceptual range often clouds access to the holistic framework.
How do we see what we cannot see?
How do we measure things for which we have not yet built a tool?
Science without philosophy poses immense harm.
We have progressed in medical science to being able to keep brain dead people with robustly beating hearts and mechanically pumping lungs alive. But should we? Is this an individualistic decision? And if so, whose?
Right now, in America this scenario often represents financial doom for those relatives who are vitally alive. Is this right?
Who or what body, can possibly be robust enough to ask these sorts of questions?13/09/2017 #11 Yogesh Sukal@Phil Friedman @Frans van Wamel @David B. Grinberg Indeed, perception is relative and illusive which often very hard to conclude as wrong, they may be true but incomplete far away from the truth. Hence sometimes better wait from instant conclusion while crawling from ants eye view to God's (absolute) view.
Thank you for you contemplative thoughts.03/09/2017 #3 Frans van WamelWe think that what we see is the truth. The "truth" however changes, whenever there is more to be perceived. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/framing-errors-frans-van-wamel03/09/2017 #1 Phil FriedmanYes, I agree that what we perceive are shadows or incomplete "representations" of reality or "the truth". As such those shadows may be better or worse representations of the truth. However, while in your metaphorical illustration, both the rectangular and round shadows are different though reasonably accurate perceptions -- affected by the relativity of perspective -- an X-shaped shadow would not be. Thus true perception is represented as anrange. But does not mean that truth (or fact) is completely relative. Cheers!
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