- Producer13/10/2016Compilation of MindI wish I could compile my buzzes on beBee and publish them as an e-book here. I am sharing my new e-book on another platform for now. The compiling of my buzzes evoked many great feelings. The excitement of finding an idea worthy of expansion into a...
Comments15/10/2016 #24 Sara JacoboviciA treasure's worth of ideas. Download a free copy of @Ali Anani’s free book on this link.
http://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/thinking-on-the-edge15/10/2016 #21 Ali Anani#20 My dear sister @Irene Hackett- I am lost of words to thank you enough. Just before reading your very emotionally moving comment I was reading how our body cells respond to emotional shocks. Now, I am living the experience and I plan to share soon. I have equal feelings towards you and too I am grateful to beBee for providing us with the opportunity not only to connect socially and mentally, but also emotionally with such power to be like a brother and sister.15/10/2016 #20 AnonymousMy dear brother, I most certainly will go grab that book. But first I must express my 'affinity' for you & you ideas. For me, the past few months, coming to know you through your writing, has been somewhat of a dramatic 'new birth' of inspiration in my mind and in my heart. I have truly looked forward to your buzzes and each of the readers' thoughtful responses - the learning (which I adore) has been diverse and profound. You stir something inside each of us which is nothing less than beautiful. I bow in gratitude at having the honor of your personal attention on this platform - which connected us, to which I thank @Javier beBee & @Juan Imaz & entire beBee team for creating the place. To you dear @Ali Anani, we are all thankful for making this place a safe, respectful & interesting place to converse. ❤️❤️❤️14/10/2016 #14 Fatima WilliamsThe flowers that blow away are beautiful, fragrant and they blows our mind away enriching it with knowledge, kindling our spirits and leave us mystified and amazed with the depth of your wisdom and experience. We thank you for that dear @Ali Anani View moreThe flowers that blow away are beautiful, fragrant and they blows our mind away enriching it with knowledge, kindling our spirits and leave us mystified and amazed with the depth of your wisdom and experience. We thank you for that dear @Ali Anani. And love the ebook just finished downloading it 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 Close14/10/2016 #12 Steve BradyThank you Ali. I love learning, and I especially respect people from all backgrounds, who may be older and wiser than I am. You're writing seems to resonate with me. It makes me think and wonder widely. I hope you continue to wonder widely yourself and share your thoughts with us. I'll be there!
- Producer14/10/2016India-Once Golden Sparrow still believes Infertility a Taboo! Why? #InfertilityNotATabooHello Everyone,A day prior I was introduced to a noble cause, it was a Blogging Contest to raise awareness regarding Infertility.I at the same moment decided to write about it, not because I was interested in the price money but because it is a...
- Producer13/10/2016When Words Fail, Theres Always The Gift Of Writing.Not long ago, on one of my frequent sorties away from Bali I found myself in a restaurant in K.L. While sitting there I couldn’t help being privy to a conversation happening at the table next to mine. What was transpiring was obviously the...
Comments13/10/2016 #15 Deb HelfrichI always feel more creative when writing with ink - I only recently parted with pounds of hand-written notes from college. I never much cared for the instrument side, but I had alternating phases of being very particular about the color of the ink. Luckily, I have grown up and now own a very large supply of green ink pens - Pilot Precise, Very Fine, Roller Ball to accompany my green Moleskine journals.13/10/2016 #14 Randy KehoUnfortunately, I only have one Cross pen left. I have a habit of losing them. I use it to write checks for my bills. I return it to its original case when I'm done. With the advent of online bill payment, I only write one check per month. It should last a long, long time.13/10/2016 #13 Laura MikolaitisI work for a company who is the North American distributor for Pelikan so I'm quite fond of fountain pens. I have a couple that I keep at my desk; and although I take most of my notes on my tablet there are times when I go old school and pull out my notebook and fountain pen. The feel as the nib touches the paper and glides along with each formation of letters and words is quite different from a traditional pen. It brings a certain romance to the act even when it is simply taking a few notes during a meeting. I particularly love to discover the brilliance of new inks as they travel down the piston and flow so effortlessly through the nib. Thanks so much for sharing this @Paul Walters. I really enjoyed reading it. By the way, I agree there is nothing like receiving a hand written envelope and letter or card in the mail. I hope that never goes away because the gift is in the simplicity and in the time taken to extend penmanship from one to another.13/10/2016 #12 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianI still have a few Mont Blanc fountain pens. They used to be reserved for signing contracts and penning notes to my loved ones. Now, they just gather dust.
For everyday sort of writing, I use my Cross ball point, or, and I'm loathed to admit it, a generic Bic.
My Dad is a Parker-man. He gave each of us kids a Parker pen for grade school graduation. I still have mine 47 years later. Sadly, it too is gathering dust with its fancy-pants brethren.
I think I'll go buy some ink and dust off a fountain pen in your honor, Paul. I think a dark, but not too dark, blue ink will do the trick.
Thanks for rekindling the memories13/10/2016 #11 Kevin PashukWe have been a 1:1 computer school for 16 years - every student and teacher has a pen based tablet PC. The pen is a key and integral part of the learning process on the screen - equations, notes, and diagrams all work better with a pen. (This is not like the Apple Pencil, more like an actual pen, with high fidelity).
Even brain research is backing up the use of the pen. According to research (which I'd have to dig up again, so sorry no citation) things that are written out long hand with a pen are retained more effectively than if you had typed them.
While not as elegant as a Mont Blanc, we are not ready to say goodbye to that most essential of tools - the pen.
Enjoyed the trip down memory lane Paul.13/10/2016 #10 Gert Scholtz@Paul Walters A few years ago one of our senior executives at work gave everyone a hand-written note for the festive season. This was precious. Email and printed works have replaced the character and charm of a letter written with an ink pen. Thanks for a well - "penned" Buzz.13/10/2016 #5 Ken BoddieI still remember the first day at my primary school, Paul, when we were allowed to graduate to the use of an ink pen, as opposed to a pencil, in order to write our schoolwork in class. I still carry a water-based ink pen with me daily, to which the stains on some of my older shirt pockets will testify, and use it to comment on printed drafts of those I mentor and peer review, although the keyboard is my predominant weapon of choice for bulk work, including when, as you suggest, 'poisoning' others. Handwriting can be a beautiful thing to see when done with care, but unfortunately, in my case, tends to challenge the psychic powers of my younger readers. I still remember, however, the lost art of writing with sweeping loops (light up and hard down) and the interesting effects achieved with a chiselled point. I am still an ardent fan of the works of those medieval monk scribes who produced such artful illustrated manuscripts. Thanks for stirring fond memories. ___🖋
- Producer12/10/2016Nuggets of WisdomI have been honored by a considerable number of comments on my buzzes. Some comments carried gems with them. I extracted some gems and compiled them as Nuggets of Wisdom. I have plans to write Part 2; however I wanted first to probe your...
Comments15/10/2016 #83 AnonymousDear Ali, I am honored to be on your listing, at the look of so much talent and wisdom here, even if my contribution is so small. Wish I would have made more comments to your last posts, but as you already know, I do not use to make comments unless I did not understand firstly, and meditated about the running issue, and it will take some time for me to be capable to understand them, as your posts are lately out of the bounds of my possibilities. Sorry for that.13/10/2016 #78 Ali AnaniClarisse Nigaud
Dr. Anani, your post is appreciated profoundly. Most peoples would go online fishing for ideas, rebuff them and post an article under their names. You show in reverse, appreciate great ideas into a pot of gold! Warm Regards.
This comment was made on G+. I find it very relevant to share here. WE learn and progress by digesting ideas and not by stealing them. I am profoundly grateful to Clarisse as much as I am to everyone of you who helped me move forward. The least I could do is to say thank you and this is the nugget of wisdom that helped me improve.
- Producer10/05/20166 Incredible Facts About Honey Bees Everyone on beBee Should Know AboutHere are 6 amazing facts about honey bees that everyone on beBee should know about 🐝1. They are the only insects that make food that humans can eat. They must know we have a sweet tooth too. 2. These insects can recognize human faces. According to...
Comments03/10/2016 #11 Anonymous@Aurorasa Sima, And sometimes I have some doubts. Is it possible today anymore, maybe tomorrow... Here it seems to me that it is possible. People are the greatest value of this world. We are imperfect. Does the imperfection lead to perfection? Never, the essence is in balance. What kind of balance? Personal above all. Too many questions...
- Producer02/10/2016Thinking on the EdgeWould you like to be in the middle or the extreme ends? Is there a simple and scientific approach? How answering these questions will help us improve our thinking and hence our actions? I promise the reader a soft sailing in attempting to answer...
Comments09/10/2016 #63 AnonymousDear @Sara Jacobovici - here's where I am finding the absolute brilliance in your thinking more deeply on this idea "a duality holding a triad containing the integrated area formed by the internal side of the edge." This "integrated area" is intriguing me and I am so looking forward to more! I am in full agreement with @Ali Anani - "you are hitting a treasure..Great thinking." Indeed!09/10/2016 #62 Ali Anani#61 Dear @Sara Jacobovici- what a great insight "So we are not just discussing being on the edge but whether we are on the internal or external side of the edge". I can't wait to read about your thoughts. My intuition you are hitting a treasure. I was thinking of @CityVP Manjit last buzz on which I commented and I feel this ideas takes us even a step further. Great thinking09/10/2016 #61 Sara JacoboviciDear @Ali Anani and @Irene Hackett. I have not forgotten the encouragement to develop the concept of being on the edge of a triad. I'm working on it and studying the comments from you both. I was working on something focusing on duality and integration and thought of the possibility that the duality of the edge, one side connected to the sides that enclose the triad, the internal side facing the triad and the external side, although connected with other edges, the external side faces away from the containment produced by the triad. Could this external boundary be the edge of integration formed in the contained internal area, or integrated area, where we do not experience the integration? So we are not just discussing being on the edge but whether we are on the internal or external side of the edge; a duality holding a triad containing the integrated area formed by the internal side of the edge. Just updating you both with some of the thoughts going through my mind. I hope I am not travelling too far beyond the original concept. Please let me know.05/10/2016 #59 Anonymous#58 Dear @Sara Jacobovici - what rises to the surface as I think more deeply about what it may mean to live on the edge is to face our fears: to 'free fall' into the deep, expansive spaces we resist in order to feel the intensity of aliveness; in ourselves, in others, in all the universe. Ironic that to live on the edge may mean non-resistance.05/10/2016 #53 Ali Anani#52 "...On the edge in order to live fully and love deeply"- stunning quote from your comment dear @Irene Hackett- Yes, avoiding being on the edge is a recipe for missing many beauties in our lives. Thanks to this 'edge" that brought this super comment from you my dear sister.05/10/2016 #52 AnonymousDear brother @Ali Anani, although I am late in arriving, I am happy to read the lively discussions that have transpired. The 'edge' is an interesting word; it implies risk. To live fully is to risk much. The risk in accepting all that is may be the most peaceful journey. Ideas flow freely as that fall amidst a spacious backdrop. I aspire to stand in peace, and yet on the edge in order to live fully and love deeply.05/10/2016 #50 AnonymousI like to think, it's good to think, but maybe sometimes we overthink and complicate the beauty of simplicity. Maybe the edge is something sensed, maybe learning is also lived, maybe it's good sometimes to get out of our heads and into our hearts because that's the space the edge flows through everything.
- Producer22/09/2016Vision the required Fuel to achieve your Dreams! When I say Dreams the first thought which strikes me is When a dream is fulfilled, it is always a glorious feeling I'd say; I'm a Dreamer, but we all agree I'm not the only one.Deep beneath we...
Comments30/09/2016 #21 Sushmita Thakare Jain#20 Hello @David Navarro López , it's good to know you liked my post. I have been on the journey it's difficult but as you take successful baby steps ahead it makes you feel good, the feeling experienced can't be expressed what I feel is if when even accomplishing a small task is make me feel so good how will I feel when I get what I have dreamed of! The driving force within is what makes you focused and helps you strike the hammer with full force. I know i have a long journey ahead looking forward for it, fingers crossed!
Also Thank you @David Navarro López for inviting me to the group Bubbling Bee :-)30/09/2016 #20 AnonymousThis post is really a Gem. I could not find a sentence to highlight above others, as all are of a big value. I have been as well in the process of having a dream, and making it to become true, and I agree that the path you exposed is the right one. One of the steps it was more difficult to me to learn, wa as you describe "Every important goal will present you with challenges along the way. If you are not totally committed to success, those challenges could seem insurmountable. Making a total commitment to success will shrink those challenges down so you can climb over them"
You have made of me a devoted follower with this post, and look forward to have more of it.
In the same line of thinking, have a look here https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/catching-butterflies
Would like to invite you to our hive at, https://www.bebee.com/group/bubbling-honey please share there when you publish.
@Ali Anani @Sara Jacobovici @Fatima Williams @Savvy Raj you need to see this25/09/2016 #16 Sushmita Thakare Jain#15 That's so true @Pamela L. Williams we all meet such professionals in our life at some point or the other, I was too diagnosed and treated wrong by one of my Doctor 3 years ago which resulted me being paralyzed & bed ridden for 4 months thank full I am to the Doctor recommended by one of our family friend who could bring me out of it or else life would have been so different thinking about it still scares the life out of me. Thank you @Pamela L. Williams for helping me understand the term.24/09/2016 #15 Pamela L. Williams#14 Quacks are just incompetent professionals or they just don't care enough to put in the effort and so their patients pay the price. I once had a doctor tell me I was just stressed and wanted to give me a 'magic pill'. A periodontist (a gum doctor) found a sinus infection that had reached dangerous levels. I ended up having surgery. It was so bad that surgeon told me that 6 more months and it would have been in my brain and there would have been nothing anyone could have done for me (in other words I would have died). There was no reason the GP shouldn't have figured out what was happening. I had all the signs. (this I was told by the surgeon). I was just a patient on a conveyor belt and he wanted me in and out as fast a possible. That Sushmita is a QUACK! It was a good thing I didn't listen to him because the 'magic pill' would have hidden the symptoms. There are wonderful professionals out there, you just have to find them.24/09/2016 #10 Erroll -EL- WarnerSmall businesses are the largest employer in the US of A. Government and politicians waste money on needless projects called --pet projects--. Only a few politically connected really benefit from such projects. Government need to invest in 'start-up' in order to help people realize their dreams and potentials.24/09/2016 #9 Pamela L. Williams#5 What I have determined is that educators and officials that oversee education are stuck in curriculum. What's the use of knowing all this 'stuff' if you have no clue how to 'use' it. I wonder if goal setting had been normal part of education how many careers would have take completely different paths.24/09/2016 #8 Pamela L. Williams#3 That is a very common story @Augusto Santos. I've had so much education, possess very diverse knowledge and yet it sits there, not sure what to do with it all. You're still a 'young pup' as they say, set your goals and go for it. My innermost dream was to be a writer and my beBee community has helped me start that journey.24/09/2016 #6 Sushmita Thakare Jain#2 @Augusto Santos it's good to know you liked the post and you too agree talking about dreams can inspire people. Would like to read your interview :-) and wishing you the Best of Luck for your dreams accomplishment so that when you become a Best Seller my friend I can envy you and some day following your inspiration could become one too!24/09/2016 #5 Sushmita Thakare Jain#1 @Pamela L. Williams what a great suggestion, yes I agree with you children are hardly aware as to how can they shape and mold their dreams and ambitions and it must be taught to them. I can correlate with your your sentence where children end up fulfilling their parents dream I have been there. I remember studying Engineering because when I looked at my parents as an inspiration and my first mentors they wanted me to, whereas deep inside I knew what i wanted to pursue was journalism & have my own in Fashion and Jewelery Business after completion of my degree I confronted my parents with my desires and goals and now each day I am taking few steps ahead towards what I have Visioned. Had I been more clear from the beginning who knows where I would have been but we must say ' Better Late than Never'. Thank you @Pamela L. Williams for sharing your views and i'm glad you like my post!23/09/2016 #3 Augusto Santos#1 Great comment @Pamela L. Williams!
I have to agree with you, much of my youth I spent with useless things by the simple fact of not having a goal. I just started to make my goals recently, and I started to dream only in front of difficulties. Maybe, if I had learned the importance of goals, I would have saved many steps.23/09/2016 #2 Augusto SantosIt's a great buzz @Sushmita Thakare Jain. I loved! Talk about dreams make people get inspired. This year is the year that I'm following my dreams with a intensity never seen before. I talk about my goals in a interview with @Tifany Rodio recently. My goals is jump into writer carreer about business and administrative sector, writing best sellers and, somehow, have my own enterprise in the future (I just don't know what work with for now😆)
Thank you very much by bringing your article to beBee!
PS.: I appreciated the phrase: "Taking action is what sets the dreamers apart from the wishers."
- Producer25/09/2016The Nature of TalentBuzz Submitted by : David Navarro López Buzz: Your Talent: What are you going to do with it?In this buzz David Navarro López opens up a discussion about talent - click above to access this discussion The word "buzz" is interesting because it...
Comments29/09/2016 #9 CityVP Manjit#5 Dear @David Navarro López the only line that I would want you to focus from my comment is this one "Your buzz is the hub and from that individual explorations germinate" - I like the flow of discussion that is at your buzz, that is why it is profiled at the beginning and why I link to it. The Paradox Wisdom here is to look at our own words, not as messages to the other, but as metacognition (which means to think about our own thinking). Even if we examine our own face in the mirror, do we actually get to the thoughts behind that face? These thoughts are revealed in our own words and responses and also in the things we have not said - because in those spaces is learning. What percentage of what you want to know is that which is already within you? That finding of that which we have not seen within us is "paradox wisdom".26/09/2016 #8 Sara JacoboviciDear @CityVP Manjit, I literally just came across your Buzz now and notice you posted it a day ago. I posted a Buzz https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/compounding-communication 5 hours ago also on @David Navarro López's Buzz.
I appreciate how you present and organize your thoughts. My focus or take away from this discussion was how I ended my Buzz by giving you the last word with a quote from one of your comments from David's Buzz: "The innate talent of choice is the fundamental talent, it is the core heartbeat of talent, because we do not grow without each other. Without serving something of value (which is always in relationship to someone else) talent becomes meaningless."26/09/2016 #7 Anonymous#4 How honored am I to have mention here. There seems to be many of us whose territories are expanding by way of these outstanding exchanges. I am thrilled beyond measure as I am learning much and more importantly - developing meaningful online connections with some great individuals. Thank you @CityVP Manjit for all your thought leading here on beBee!25/09/2016 #6 Ali Anani#4 This is a quite interesting dialogue that fired neurons in my head and is generating the flow @CityVP Manjit. I feel I am watching the flow of waves in a sea. Waves tat reinforce each other and create a stronger waves or canceling each other and dumping the wave. Our "ideas waves" are like that each idea moving in a wave, encountering another idea wave and what happens happens as some ideas die and others get nourished. Free-flowing waves till they meet each other or collide with a big rock or whatever. Waves disruption (thank you for the kind mention on this dear Manjit), or whatever need a medium to carry them such as beBee, which is doing a great medium for both carrying waves and initiating them. I am in full accordance with your writing "This is why I say that beBee is the playground for my mind, heart and being that I had always been looking for".
I am enjoying the dialogue between you and David @David Navarro López in spite of me coughing and sneezing and having a fever. Being in the flow makes life easier. Your neurons are creating waves that wave-riders enjoy riding.25/09/2016 #4 CityVP Manjit#3 Ah David, but focus on the paradox here that helps me. https://www.bebee.com/producer/hive/wisdom
When I encounter a buzz that makes my neurons runneth over, that flow becomes my Paradox Wisdom. You so far are only one of four bee's that have managed to inspire that kind of flow. What enters the Paradox Pyramid is something that substantially elevates my own practice.
A discussion is something that can come and go, but here as I contemplate the Nature of Talent, I am also contemplating Living Concrete (inspired via @Irene Hackett) Thinking our Disruption (inspired via Ali @Ali Anani) and the first Paradox Pyramid "The Sins of Science" inspired by @Milos Djukic This is why I say that beBee is the playground for my mind, heart and being that I had always been looking for.
That is why this inner buzz is linked to the outer buzz you created at https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/your-talent-what-are-you-going-to-do-with-it#c21 Thus think of Paradox Wisdom as the spokes that emerge from a hub. Your buzz is the hub and from that individual explorations germinate. My learning hives serve the same purpose. I am reinventing here the accepted orthodoxy of blog and comment (group), and replacing it with thought and personal action. (individual)25/09/2016 #3 AnonymousI am honored to have provoked such a "bubbling honey" on you, my talented and admired friend, and as such, i am sharing it at https://www.bebee.com/group/bubbling-honey View moreI am honored to have provoked such a "bubbling honey" on you, my talented and admired friend, and as such, i am sharing it at https://www.bebee.com/group/bubbling-honey, in the hope that more bees will be able to enjoy your talent, and make comments on it Close25/09/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit#1 Talent for home, talent for work, talent for play - any of those can become a market for something or another, but not all talent needs a market. Whether it is opportunity, innovation or labour of love - the nature of talent is worth examining and the system of talent is worth disrupting.25/09/2016 #1 Aurorasa SimaYou brought @David Navarro López´s article to my attention. I understand the pictures are your comments on David´s article. Saying we had the same thought process would be too ambitious, but my simple little train of thought also led to a conclusion that is a small part of your large presentation of knowledge and wisdom: There also has to be a market for your talent. Even though passion can be a powerful engine for creating a new market.
- Producer25/09/2016Communication is a two ways journey.Whenever we try to share a thought, immediately some obstacles use to emerge hindering it to comes out as clearly as we wanted to share it. These obstacles, just mentioning some of them, could be classified into two categories, “talker...
Comments27/09/2016 #15 Ali Anani#13 AMazing, as this is the core message of my buzz of this evening dear @Mohammed Sultan on Ideas Don't Move. Sometimes we need to lose our ability to move and move others. We may lose this ability for many reasons such as getting cold, imprisonment or by intangible negative forces. But it can be rewarding26/09/2016 #12 Ali Anani#10 Good Morning dear @Sara Jacobovici. Yes, it is harsh and I slept very little. However, to wake up to such lovely response is pain-relieving. Yes, emotions is a multi-layered and complex issue and the paradox is your statement "Emotion can change meaning for humans, meaning never changes for devices". This is a solid foundation of Reverse Businesses. This is a great idea for expanding on my previous work. Your words relieve me more than Aspirin.26/09/2016 #10 Sara Jacobovici#6 Under the harshest conditions and you still make "sense" @Ali Anani. I appreciate your comment on many levels but when you write, "It seems communication is a complex issue and more than I imagined...But the emotional part is important... " it reminds me of the difference between human versus technological communication. Development in the technology of Artificial Intelligence can only supply humans "high functioning" tools. Devices "communicate" with each other in a very specific/one dimensional way (still very dependent on human input). There is a difference, however, when devices "communicate" information and it is received by the human eyes and ears that interpret that information on a multi-dimensional level; and emotion is the factor that makes the difference. Emotion can change meaning for humans, meaning never changes for devices. Be well Dr. Ali and hope your cold passes quickly.25/09/2016 #8 Ali Anani#7 Interesting your comment is @Deb Helfrich. I don't need the honey anymore. I remember when I was in Luxembourg staying at the lobby of the hotel because I couldn't sleep. The inhouse magazine was laid on a table and I picked it to read "if you are unable to sleep, drink milk hot milk with one big spoon of honey". I walked in the hotel bar to ask for a sachet of honey and milk. Many eyes steered laughingly at me ordering milk in a bar. I tried and the drink worked like magic. Since then if I have trouble sleeping I do that successfully. Is there a scientific reasoning? I don't know, but I know it works.25/09/2016 #7 Deb Helfrich#6 The cold effect - now that is one major obstacle that cannot be ignored. We've all experienced it. It is like our brain is in quicksand and we are listening via a long, dark tunnel. Get yourself some honey, @Ali Anani View more#6 The cold effect - now that is one major obstacle that cannot be ignored. We've all experienced it. It is like our brain is in quicksand and we are listening via a long, dark tunnel. Get yourself some honey, @Ali Anani, as I simply and clearly wish you better health. Close25/09/2016 #6 Ali AnaniI read this buzz and comments three times before commenting. I have terrible cold all of a sudden, sneezing and coughing and yet I couldn't stop myself reading this buzz or commenting on it. I am in a situation that i harsh for me to listen dear @Deb Helfrich View moreI read this buzz and comments three times before commenting. I have terrible cold all of a sudden, sneezing and coughing and yet I couldn't stop myself reading this buzz or commenting on it. I am in a situation that i harsh for me to listen dear @Deb Helfrich and yet I enjoyed your comment, @Sara Jacobovici and surely @Mohammed Sultan comment. They added fragrance to the already fragrant buzz by @David Navarro López. I am saying if the sender communicates truthfully a message with simplicity and clarity then the listener shall listen without undue effort even if health conditions are not welcoming. Is the communication balance tilted more to the sender more than the receiver? This reminds me of changing TV channels and then one channel attracts my eye and senses even though the topic isn't my favorite. It seems communication is a complex issue and more than I imagined. I like the simple rules that David suggests. But the emotional part is important and I agree with @Mohammed Sultan on this issue. Close25/09/2016 #5 Deb HelfrichI am very compelled to comment on this tremendously pertinent buzz on how very, very difficult communication really is, @David Navarro López I find it really ironic that 2/3's of the burden is identical for the listener. Listening is not a passive activity.
One of the things I have learned the hard way is to distinguish from someone nodding and saying 'yes' as a way to encourage a speaker to continue versus actually agreeing to do a task.
I feel that we must always be aware of working to communicate effectively, as the moment we take these skills for granted, we are guaranteed to be misunderstood frequently. Each conversation is unique and we need to be willing to invest a little effort to make sure we ultimately convey or receive what is intended.25/09/2016 #3 Mohammed SultanDavid Navaro Lopez.Thanks for sharing your thoughtful post.The emotional culture is an integration of thinking and feeling and is often seen in people's eyes and in the way they behave .We all have strong feelings about different issues or about things that matter to us ,when these feelings are suppressed communication can't take place.The overwhelming communication messages and the narrower space of people's attention have made it difficult for any message to get through to the audience mind.So,adjusting the tone and wave length of our communication affect positively or negatively the behavior patterns and people perceptions.When communicating with others use simple words because they go unnoticed and can get agreement easily.Big words mean little things,and all big things have little names.25/09/2016 #2 Anonymous#1 Dear Sara, it is always rewarding sharing things with you, because you always bring to it further thoughts and enlightening.
Fortunately, there are some so-called-misunderstandings which can be positive too. Some expressed ideas from a talker can light a different line of thinking on the listener, which can cause consequently another spark reverted to the original talker. Could it be named as "bubbling effect"?. In that case, your quoting "This situation is inevitable, and it should be accepted rather than fought" is most valuable.25/09/2016 #1 Sara JacoboviciImportant discussion @David Navarro López. Good insights. I am always tempted to post my favorite quote when it comes to communication.
"We express ourselves all the time, in all sorts of ways. And we listen to one another. But we do not simply, passively receive a communication. We construct the message (and even the sender!) for ourselves, using a mix of what we have heard, what we hope we did not hear, who we are, who we think the message sender is, what our values and expectations are, what our moods and contexts are, our memories of previous interactions, etc. So, misunderstanding between two people is inevitable, no matter how much they try to communicate, no matter who they are, no matter what their relationship. This situation is inevitable, and it should be accepted rather than fought."
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- Producer24/09/2016Your Talent: What are you going to do with it?"From Latin talentum, the notion of talent is linked to the ability or intelligence. It is the ability to exercise a certain occupation or to perform an activity. The talent is usually associated with the innate ability and creation, although it...
Comments27/09/2016 #36 Anonymous#32 I believe we have hit the two boundaries of the issue. In my opinion, talent should be balanced between obligation and ego, between giving and receiving.
Joy can be obtained by using your talents for the good of others, passin can grow if you see the talent growing and making others happy. You keep your talent for yourself, or do not use it at all, and see what happens.26/09/2016 #33 Anonymous#25 I too am trying to understand awareness @Sara Jacobovici and how it may be more of a 'natural' human response as @Praveen Raj Gullepalli so wisely noted. It may be hidden deep beneath a strong ego who is identified more with their persona-self, and yet easily accessed by one who may be more identified and connected with the natural world around them - those who sense the life in the trees, the life in the animals and all humans as the same 'life source' that is in all. To see fully, to hear and to feel fully, to have the ability to just be still - is that awareness. @Praveen Raj Gullepalli, I like how you have stated: " it does not really take an act of will but only intent. When we separate ourselves from the natural world around us, the intent to be aware, to be present, may be asleep - unconscious. These are all subtle differences in state of consciousness, however important to consider.25/09/2016 #32 Anonymous#24 Yes @David Navarro López - when you ask: "Maybe by thinking the talent is something it has been given to us as a gift and not the fruit of "our success", could make us think we should be doing something in return?"...it makes given talent sound more of an obligation to use rather than a natural joy and passion.25/09/2016 #31 Aurorasa SimaWonderful article, David! @CityVP Manjit brought it to my attention. I love the distinction at the end between talent and passion and the reminder that we can always learn new skills if the ones we were born with don´t make us happy. I innated a talent for strabismus and the ability to wiggle my nostril wings like a boss. Looking at it pragmatically, the ideal situation is when you have the joy of having or developing a talent you are passionate about for which there is also a demand.25/09/2016 #29 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#25 I think awareness is as natural as breathing. And sometimes you are asked to be aware of your breathing just get started ;) It is the will that either limits / enhances awareness by focusing it on something of our choosing. Just sitting quietly by yourself and opening up to all stimuli around you does not really take an act of will but only intent I feel...25/09/2016 #27 Sara Jacobovici#21 @David Navarro López and @Parveen Raj Gullepalli#14 , in regards to this discussion I recommend the following book, The Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How. by Daniel Coyle, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/talent-code-daniel-coyle/1102658691 View more#21 @David Navarro López and @Parveen Raj Gullepalli#14 , in regards to this discussion I recommend the following book, The Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How. by Daniel Coyle, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/talent-code-daniel-coyle/1102658691. It looks at individuals, their approach and the environment they create that can "produce" talent. Close25/09/2016 #26 Anonymous#16 Latent talent is a very interesting concept. Sadly enough, recruiters/companies are not interested in it, as it would mean they would need to invest in someone to make flourish this talent. Nowadays, they prefer to take ready-to-use talent, even if a latent talent would be much more promising. They are only interested in the bottom line, take the maximum benefit with the less investment, if possible, none.25/09/2016 #25 Sara Jacobovici#15 Agreed, @Irene Hackett: "My point - using our talent comes naturally as we let go of the story we build around it. If the story we built says we have no talent - the talent may not be expressed."
I also appreciate you introducing the concept of will. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the idea of awareness without will though...it's tough to imagine for me how you can have awareness without will. From my perspective awareness is choosing to be open to what is taking place internally and/or externally, being conscious of the experience. Lots to think about. Thanks Irene.25/09/2016 #24 Anonymous#15 This is a really challenging question, dear @Irene Hackett, "Maybe by thinking about our talent too much we create more ego around it? "
In response to it, I would make another question:
Maybe by thinking the talent is something it has been given to us as a gift and not the fruit of "our success", could make us think we should be doing somethng in return?25/09/2016 #22 Anonymous#13 I am happy you liked it, Robert, and I am sure the lady you are mentioning felt she accomplished her targets in life. This is a common and very powerful feeling in mothers who really assume their role as mothers: to give from themselves for others, forgetting absolutely about themselves. In the case of my own mother, it has been like this. Now that my sister and myself are independent, and my father passed away already 8 years ago, she is still a very powerful minded person, so she is starting to think she has left aside her own talents, dreams or hobbies, and that now is time to go for them.25/09/2016 #21 Anonymous#14 Dear Praveen, your sharp mind and meaningful comments always add value to others buzzes, and I a grateful you do.
Concerning to your words " the responsibility of discovering an innate talent early, in a child, is primarily the responsibility of parents or teachers", @Sara Jacobovici posted in a very valuable post, https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/the-sensational-language-of-engagement, the following paradox:"In order for an infant to develop a sense of self as independent from others, it is dependent on the other to provide the environment in which to develop this sense."
To your words "Praise is the poison that kills both talent and ability. Appreciation on the other hand, strengthens them." because the nuance it shows, is my opinion it worths a buzz on this matter. I can not be more in agreement with it.25/09/2016 #20 CityVP Manjit#17 We are that talent and that is why I love the South African greeting SAWABONA - translates to "I see you" - and at the heart of learning that ability not just to see you but to SEE YOU is something I am trying to nurture here for my own journey. Now make the window of talent a mirror of talent and begin see yourself and in what we then see in others, the more we see in ourselves and naturally as that nurture flows from within us - I see you not as you but maybe even the you that you are not seeing.
Now we can go deeper and look at the Indian greeting namaste or namaskar. This greeting has been westernized as our attitude to talent has been and we take it to be a nicety or a hello - but it is way more than that - just as the word talent has been reduced to a superficial view of competency, the word namaste as become an etiquette rather than a spiritual action. The spiritual action in greeting someone with namaste is to speak to the spirit rather than the transient flesh and blood of a person - and so this article on the meaning of namaskar is useful http://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/spiritual-living/how-should-we-greet/namaskar-namaste-meaning/
We do not pray to talent nor do we turn it into an object of worship, but we do practice fundamental idolatry, and in this regard this is not about westernized anything - it is our habit of worshiping the object, rather than freeing our nature. This is why when David references Christianity in his buzz, I welcome and embrace it fully, I do not have a hair-trigger politically correct aversion to it, I embrace it as insight and then expand the conversation by expanding the context. This is not religion I speak of, this is talent.25/09/2016 #19 Katja BaderIn my opinion a talent ist a gift. In the beginning it is something you do without any effort. Of course you can develop it. It is your decision to keep it for yourself or to share it with others. To share your talent with others can be a gift for them, too or/and a spring of inspiration.
- Producer17/09/2016Coincidence or Causality? Choose one.When I was about 7 years old, my grandmother told me, "when you do something, do it for you, always do the best you can, do not spare time or effort. As time passes, you will not remember how long it took or how much effort you put on it. But you...
Comments18/09/2016 #27 Aurorasa SimaMaybe we do not have knowledge of the impact of all of our actions. "Each of our actions creates crimps through a matrix of causality that we cannot see at first. " I wrote today in a different context. Your grandmother was a clever woman. Be the best you can, be accountable but also, be careless. Love your post, thank you for taking the time to translate it!17/09/2016 #24 Mohammed SultanDear@David Navarro Lopez.Thanks for sharing such a paradox.Coincidence is a comfort zone for many .It's a beautiful moment to live for but never turned into gold and silver.Our living is determined not so much by what coincidence brings to us as by the attitudes we bring to life;not so much by what happens as by the way our minds look at what happens. Coincidence force many people to accept what is ,but causality will allow us to release our potentials and take whatever opportunity is available and make it perfect .If I have a choice between the two, I will never bet on luck but select what helps me to initiate.Even if you have the power to turn coincidence into a chance your life will never change.17/09/2016 #23 Peter van Doorn#22 Or do we do something else? There are never just two possibilities.
I call it freedom. I do not have to choose.
I do not have to conform.
I just live. My life.
I think we say the same thing. We just seem to see life in another perspective, maybe?
I personally love the fact that I can not be in control. It implicates that there are other beings with other thoughts.17/09/2016 #22 Anonymous#16 The real hidden question behind is: are we designing our life or are we victims of it?
I firmly deny to admit I am the product of fate, as long as it would mean I am not free to choose.
And I had enough opportunities in life to check that if you make the right choices, you can master your destiny, same as when you are taking the wrong decisions.
So the challenge of the post in reality is something in the line of:
Are you sitting and crying because fate is the master of your life, like a victim, or are you standing up and facing your life, doing something valuable with it?
Of course we have to deal with coincidences, which are beyond of our control, but letting coincidences to master my life is not my leitmotif17/09/2016 #21 Salma RodriguezExcellent, @David Navarro López. Living every day as if it was my last reminds me of Entrepreneur Steve Jobs (R.I.P). He would say the exact same thing. Cause and effect can be summarized as "the decision we make given a previous outcome". I like to think of life as a chain of effects. What I did last year has influence on my thought process and what have decided to do this year. I have tried to trace the root cause of events in my last research study and boy is this hard. It is not just all the data I collected, but what does the data mean and trying to precisely understand human behavior. I was experiencing this "chain of effects". Last year, I was having it rough. That got me to exploring my environment, trying to solve problems. Since necessity is the mother of all inventions, I think that crisis I was having may have very well influenced my decisions later in life.17/09/2016 #20 Peter van Doorn#18 Dear @Ali Anani
You made me a great compliment. (that's is not good english is it?) Thank you. I will try to learn about fractals, reading your buzz. There is no doubt in my mind I will have to read more to understand. When I do I will give feedback. When I don't I will not.
I never gave fractals any attention, to be honest, nor that I did the act of breathing. They both seem to be important though.... Fractals...
I need to learn first.17/09/2016 #18 Ali Anani#16 It was yesterday that I was reading about some whales that prefer to strengthen their hearing ability to compensate for weak vision in water. Your reminded me of this @Peter van Doorn by your writing "." is a bit, at least to me, the same as the question "Be blind or deaf? Choose one." I wrote a presentation on Separation Thinking and our tendency to ask if this or that and ignoring asking this AND that. So, your writing towards the end "To stay sane you need causality AND coincidence, at least I think. And we have it both, I am happy". Obviously, I agree with you on this. I really would appreciate your feedback on my last buzz on The Hidden Fractal Power. It attracted many interesting comments, but I feel you still would add much to the lively discussions there.17/09/2016 #16 Peter van DoornGreat article @David Navarro Lopez. Your question "Coincidence or Causality? Choose one." is a bit, at least to me, the same as the question "Be blind or deaf? Choose one." Maybe causality is all there is. But only for someone very similar to being a God.
Your quote "What I think instead is that we have not a sufficiently broad view as to follow the consequences and sub-consequences of our actions and decisions, nor sufficient understanding of all its collateral aspects which leads us to a so-called "coincidence". " says it all.
We are not Gods and we will not be Gods in our lives. So we live our lives dealing with coincidence. At this point in our evolution we can question the existence of coincidence but no more that. Our abilities can not overcome it.
So for us it is real. And I enjoy it, really. Without chaos in our lives, we would be Gods. I wonder, what would it be like being a God? Infinite?
Infinite power, infinite knowledge, infinite love, and infinite boredom?
To stay sane you need causality AND coincidence, at least I think. And we have it both, I am happy.17/09/2016 #15 Anonymous#14 You are absolutely right. Even if individuals are able to find Eureka moments, what humankind does with it is another question. This leads me to another question in my mind, which worths a long buzz. Is the humankind basically a "good will" or "bad will"?
A question my mind is going to be busy along next week, on which I am going to be out for work, not able to connect.
Stay blessed, dear Praveen.17/09/2016 #14 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#12 How we deploy learning and discovery is another realm altogether, after our Eureka moments, dear David. Sadly, legacy leaves much to be desired and questioned. Some discoveries are better left alone. The desire for recognition and fame often overrides the faculty of discrimination and discretion. Don't the gunpowder and guns and the bombs tell us enough? The industry is feeding the monstrous machinery of greed and not need.17/09/2016 #13 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#11 Dear David that is actually a definition of the word "Coincidence" and not my assumption. If we both were to suddenly meet each other on a street walking our dogs (both Labradors of the same colour wearing the same kind of collar) now THAT would be a coincidence! ;) The only connection I would see there would be our common love for dogs and that we both visit the same petshop ;)17/09/2016 #12 Anonymous#6 Corollary: If we would effectively be able to trace all the process cause and effect, would be the humankind to use it for the profit of all humankind, or just for the ones in power to understand it and master it?
Look at the great advances of humankind in the last centuries and you let me know.
@Ali Anani could be one who could respond to this too, due his wisdom and long experience17/09/2016 #11 Anonymous#6 To your words "A coincidence is an occurrence of events that have no causal connect" I need to say, well, this is a brave assumption. Not to see the connection doesn't mean there is none. And we have no way to find it out. My personal "receipt" is to act at the inception in the way I believe it should be done.....and pray (LOL)
- Producer14/09/2016Positivity vs Negativity: The winning factorsTo stay positive is sometimes tagged as unrealistic, or overvalued.There are some factors to consider. When at positive thinking, you are more prone to be constructive. When at negative thinking, you are more prone to be destructive....
Comments19/09/2016 #27 Anonymous#25 @David Navarro López - ah yes, to accept our own imperfections can be most difficult indeed! But there may be a treasure found in that unpleasant 'place' if it can be seen without judgement; without making an identity out of it. All we have is the present moment dear @David Navarro López - and it would seem it has lots of possibilities for peace. 😄19/09/2016 #26 Anonymous#22 Coming from you, that is an outstanding comment. Sadly enough, many of my coworkers are never happy. They spend their lifes just complaining. If its cold, is damned cold. If sunny, oh is too hot. You name it. They always find a "reason" to complain. This is why i wrote the presentation mentioned at the end of the buzz, because they always find something to complain about, to a point that it is a real sickness, the sickness of our time. We are not happy with ourselves, and tend to point the rest of the world as the guilty of our own unhappiness, while being happy will never start from outside to inside.19/09/2016 #25 Anonymous#12 thank you for your kind words Irene, I am happy you liked it. Sometimes the inner space happens to be not a such a pleasant place, if you have failed in many things, knowing that you are most responsible of it. Self regret can be a never ending torture. As part of going out of the cocoon , like Fatima says, there is a indispensable component. The hability to forgive yourself without being condescendent with yourself, with honesty. Then, you are able to recon what was wrong, you make the necessary changes, and start again.18/09/2016 #22 Franci Eugenia HoffmanWhat an enlightening article. There is a lot to take away from this. I love the quote by Confucius “You can always be happy, if you are able to be happy with anything” and I also love this line "The secret resides on not being afraid to be wrong, and to know that it is a must to be humble to learn." I consider this a 5 star read!18/09/2016 #21 Pamela L. Williams#13 I agree with Irene Fatima, what a beautiful comment. The quote is wonderful. "Burst your own cocoon and come out aw the beautiful butterfly, as the free soul. Then alone you will see Truth ",
How freeing are those simple words. I was having a conversation with a friend last week and the theme boiled down to: you don't harm goodness. Irene is right, the universe will work with us but when the flow is disrupted by harm then what should be turns negative. I have always believed this is what the philosophy of karma is about. It's not that things come back to you, it's that actions have changed the flow of space and time and what should have been has been twisted and resulted in a negative distortion of the flow. What should have been a positive encounter, turns into negative results.17/09/2016 #13 Fatima Williams#12 @Irene Hackett did you know your writing is like a healing balm . Non- resistance comes with the practice in time as we are all victims of suffering at some point in our life. Love what you said about inner space.
There is no help for you outside of yourself; you are the creator of the universe.orm you have built a cocoon around yourself…. Burst your own cocoon and come out aw the beautiful butterfly, as the free soul. Then alone you will see Truth - SwamiVivekanda17/09/2016 #12 Anonymous#6 @David Navarro López - a worthy buzz for all. I find a key component to your positive outlook in the following: "If you have been through hell and heaven, as you know I have been, then you learn." Once again it rings true, suffering is the real-life drama from which our eyes are opened - awakened to the beauty that is all around us. Suffering forces us to go deep - below the surface of what is 'happening'. It is in that deep place, that inner space, from which all is well. As we come to this place of non-resistance, we come to understand that the Universe supports us. A positive place indeed. And it radiates outward, a healing balm. I enjoy reading your thoughts @David Navarro López !15/09/2016 #11 Anonymous#10 Thank you for you nice words. In fact, they have been the trigger for me to think about something which i had a little blurry in miy mind, and now has become quite clear. Not telling you what right now. In about 8 hours from now i am writing a buzz about it. Be blessed15/09/2016 #10 Fatima WilliamsTalk about synchronicity as yesterday during my walk I was thinking about life , mistakes and choices and this buzz kind of throws it all at me . Thank you @David Navarro López
These are my key takeaways
“You can always be happy, if you are able to be happy with anything” Confucius.
You are free to choose, and to take decisions, even if you are the only one who understands them.
The secret resides on not being afraid to be wrong, and to know that it is a must to be humble to learn.14/09/2016 #8 Anonymous@Ali Anani @Aurorasa Sima Wanted to share an experience of today, concerning to the buzz. When it is very hot, like today, our boss uses to send a young apprentice to buy Ice Cream for each worker, and then this boy goes around distributing them with an isolating bag. Quite everybody has no much respect for this boy, as he does not-so-relevant tasks. But I always take him on consideration, try to teach him, and treat him well. Today, he came to me and as usual, said: Choose one, it is from the boss. But lowering his voice said: Search on the bottom of the bag. There are two of Mango and Maracuyá, I know they are your favorite. Take them both and say nothing.
So yes, I can say that if you are positive, and distribute positive things, your life can become a paradise.
- 14/09/2016Metaphors are part of our vocabulary. You need to understand them in order to take advantage of business advice. For example:Billioniare Paul Singer warns of the 'biggest bubble in the world'ca.finance.yahoo.com Speaking at the CNBC Delivering Alpha Conference, Singer’s best idea to the room of investors was to sell their bonds. “I think owning medium to long-term G-7 fixed income is a really bad idea. Right now, nearly $10 trillion in fixed income is...
- Producer13/09/2016Flocculating BubblesSome ideas have the power to be so contagious, that empower other ideas to stick together and form a different thing with a completely different behaviour and results. This is a response to Ali Anani’s challenging comment “Just to tease your...
Comments17/09/2016 #5 Fatima WilliamsFlocculant ideas would be the ones that have the power to “stick” to other ideas changing them just what is needed to be a part of a whole, and this whole would have more weight. If every one had flocculant ideas the world will be such a better place to live in.
I keep thinking about Sara quote "The process is in us and we are in the process" Very deep and very true13/09/2016 #2 Sara JacoboviciYour "just saying..." @David Navarro López is saying a lot! Great connections. Reminds me how this process is in us and we are in this process. Whether molecularly, biochemically, as thoughts and ideas, as relating to others and the world around us. It all makes sense. Thanks for helping me to see it all in a clearer way.13/09/2016 #1 Ali AnaniI do appreciate this work dear @David Navarro López. I have often said ideas are molecules- they dance with each other, twist each other and what I meant as a soft" koke you turned into a "hard" buzz. By hard I mean solid and of quality.
You bring the role of medium in affecting the destiny of ideas. They don't have to change completely, but with coagulation and flocculation they may change their movement. Great thinking and amazing and I need more time to respond to you in a dedicated buzz.
- Producer12/09/2016Pearls of honey bubblesFollowing the initiative of Sara Jacobovici at https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/bubbling-ideas , I have found some open questions which could be useful to further develop, as follows: Seen at...
Comments16/09/2016 #17 DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão#16 I read the post you mentioned , my dear friend @David Navarro López.. I concluded you talked about mind-set, if I am not wrong.
"Sitting and wainting" is not a formula to get any result, as you said there. It is always up to us... and it not easy to "carry" this huge height...the freedon of choice...and the "anguish on board" ....as you said it not about others... it is always up to us..
Step by step and forgiving ourselves by the way.. Absolutly a long way to...My apreciation and thanks for sharing with us.16/09/2016 #16 Anonymous#14 Precisely that's the Point, my dearest @DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão The only thing on which we can have absolute control is in our thoughts. It needs a little of training, starting at a point that nobody can tell you what your thoughts must be. To exchange good or bad energy is a choice, but if you have no control about your thoughts, you will lose control about the type of energy you are sharing. Accumulating bad thoughts about someone or something will release feelings accordingly. But feelings are more difficult to control. Love is the most powerful feeling, like anger is. Positive feelings though, last more time and have more permanent effects than negative feelings. So cultivating good thoughts will produce good feelings, which will produce good energy to share. Control your thoughts and you will control your energy. Sometime ago I wrote a quite extense post about it, please have a look at it
http://www.slideshare.net/bicefablog/not-in-the-mood14/09/2016 #14 DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão#13 Your comment gives me the chance to explain my ideas a little bit more clear, I hope and thank you for that :-)
In fact, good and bad are adjectives and I feel, as times go on , difficult to link then to other words.
I mean, I am not able to control the good or bad energy I exchange when I get in touch with people .. And I think they are not able at the same way.
But I wonder if I could be more opened to really get in touch with people I would be able to feel what is needed and the "magic" could take place.
Sometimes when you meet a friend or someone else you do like you can "feel" what its needed at that moment. And your friend or lover can also feel what you need at that moment...It can be called intuition, sense number 5, what ever...
My thoughts goes to this point: energy is love at the end .. Not the "eros"love like Plato's said nor the "filia" like Aristoteles...
that other one description of love ... The one who deep cares about others...Other no matter whom, not others I like , may you understand?
Easy? of course not,, too difficult !!14/09/2016 #13 Anonymous#11 Effectively, when it is related to magnetic fields, positive and negative are same energy wearing different clothes.
When we talk about emotional energy, positive energy clearly helps you to go on.
Negativity normally hinders you to act, although it can well be, like many times in my case, that I over react with much more positive energy when facing negativity, to compensate and as a self-defense technique not to be contaminated with negativity.
It works most of the cases, as other people can not assume/understand/counter attack with more negativity to positivity.
And if so, I use to go on and on, so the negative one gets bored, pissed off, or loses his nerves going to wrath, in which case, is a clear victory, as being and keeping positive gives you calm and control.
Even if you say you feel confused (English is not our mother tongue), you exposed an interesting fact.
"when we lose the control to give and receive precisely what its needed"
This thought awakens some questions on me:
-When we give, how can we be sure we are giving what others are willing to receive?
-When we give, how can we be sure we are giving what others need?
Both things could be very different.
-When we receive and we don't get what it was expected, how do we react?
-Give and take process can always be controlled? needs to be controlled?13/09/2016 #11 DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão#9 I wondered about positive and negative energy. Aren't they the same energy "wearing different "clothes"? I also had the experience of feell tired after get in touch with some people..like they had the "ability "of take or steal my "good energy" .. But .. had they had this ability? Do I also have this ability?
or it happens when we loose the control to give and receive precisely what its needed...not in a conscious process...humm... it a little bit complicated to explain it.. I am just "thinking" in a "loud voice" .. Excuse me my friend @David Navarro López .. My ideas could be a little bit confuzed at the end13/09/2016 #10 Fatima Williams@David Navarro López This is like when two bubbles meet they join to form a bigger bubble and expand their ideas larger and are more visible than when they are alone. I love for all in this hive to read the below link https://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/bubbles/bubble_meets_bubble.html13/09/2016 #9 Anonymous#7 Healthy relationships are based in balanced give-and-take. It is my personal target to give at least as much as energy as i become. With some people this does not work at all, as rhey only take, and sometimes, steal your positive energy by giving in return negative energy. Lucky me i have found people like you who reacts to positive energy with even more of it. The more people participates on it, the more bubbling efect happens, in an exponential progression. I am sorry to say that if i am bringing much positive energy, it is not only due to me, but in a bigger part, due to the rest of bees on this hive13/09/2016 #7 Sara JacoboviciDear @David Navarro López, you bring much positive energy to our exchanges and you are definitely bubbling over with ideas!! I am happy you picked up on my comment regarding space because this will give me the encouragement to translate what is still beyond words into words. Looking forward to continued exchanges.13/09/2016 #6 Ali AnaniComments are pearls. THis is what dear @David Navarro López has proven. I enjoyed recalling these lovely exchanges of comments. I am watching in case deservedly there are more comments. Dear @Fatima Williams View moreComments are pearls. THis is what dear @David Navarro López has proven. I enjoyed recalling these lovely exchanges of comments. I am watching in case deservedly there are more comments. Dear @Fatima Williams- thanks and I hope you are doing great. Your contributions are pearls. Close13/09/2016 #5 Anonymous#2 Then it would be fair to conclude that to keep a bubble/idea surviving, the "materials" you use to form the idea should be honest and plain, should be "contagious", and enough energy has to be given to it, and keeping on "blowing" to make it rise above others.
You have a beautiful mind, @Fatima Williams , this is a real pearl.
And as such, it is good we have the opportunity to create a "jeweler" on which other "bees" have the choice to find them all together, here at beBee.12/09/2016 #2 Fatima Williams@David Navarro López I'm posting a part of my comment from the comments to your buzz on bubbles of creativity.
BeBee's like you here write straight from the heart and speak right to the soul and have the power to trigger a big bubble of rememberance for the rest of our lives
Because bubbles may come, go or stay but the ones we can touch, feel and see are the ones that stay as memory bubble flowing carefreely forever in our minds ✋✋✋✋
You have created the conditions for this bubble of bubbly ideas to survive.Your like the wind that blows the bubble higher than others who normally blow it down so its crashes and bursts. Thank you for that 👍👍👍
- Producer12/09/2016CatalysisThe definition of a catalyst is a substance which, added to an existing chemical reaction, it increases its rate of speed. With a catalyst, reactions occur faster because they require less activation energy. Furthermore, since they are not consumed...
Comments12/09/2016 #1 Ali AnaniI believe more than ever now that negative comments could be the source of hugely positive ideas and buzzes. This buzz dear @David Navarro López is a shining example of what I mean. There are negative reactions, negative pressures, negative comments but they may put to great positive actions. It is the negative pressures that carry water from the roots of a tree to its top.
He is not going to be “consumed” by this fact, he is a catalyst, and can do it again and again. This is my reward my dear friend.
- Producer11/09/2016The Tree and Fruit Analogy - Ali AnaniThis honey is a "too long for comment" reply to Ali Anani´s post: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/are-trees-fearfulI spoke with Ali about why I commented quick and left. I did not want to be a troublemaker and disturb an enlightened...
Comments13/09/2016 #46 CityVP Manjit#43 A slow processor is a fascinating individual, they teach us patience and humility. I think top of the tree on my stupid category would be narcissists, and they might even be a professor or a philosopher, it all comes down to how we see intelligent action. To be intelligent does not mean knowing stuff, for me, it means being intelligent to existence. When I am stupid to existence, then I am stupid, but unless I have a bad hair day, I generally tend not to be.13/09/2016 #44 Aurorasa Sima#31 Did you have a chance to look at the ppt presentation about the default state? It´s very much related to your wonderful comment @Lisa Gallagher.
We´re lucky that we have the awareness that we have to continue learning. I thought about beauty and women. While they are in their most flawless state they are the most insecure and often even unhappy. Sometimes, only when the beauty changes and lovable flaws start to develop do they start to really embrace and enjoy it.13/09/2016 #43 Aurorasa Sima#42 I love the way you look at it. Yes, a tree can be both, a flower can be both. Do you mean stupid people as in ignorant? I don´t mind people with a slow processor, just the ignorant-stupid type.
What you are saying about evolution (trees will survive us, maggots, lizards ... ) reminded me: Yesterday I briefly read (I´ll have to deepen my knowledge about this research) that they found ... well here is the post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2016/03/30/cornell-study-finds-some-people-may-be-genetically-programmed-to-be-vegetarians/
I did not know that men have to watch their estrogen levels, interesting.
Your comment is great. It´s worth a separate honey.13/09/2016 #42 CityVP ManjitEverything evolves, tree's have evolved in both the time of the dinosaurs and the time of human beings. To understand a male tree and a female tree or a tree that can be both male and female, and a boy flower and a girl flower, is to understand the wonder of nature. The dinosaurs would have been around just long enough to begin digesting flowering trees, but the main tree in their era were conifers and ferns.
Whether the human race has longevity or it too goes the way of the dinosaur, one thing is for sure, tree's predate us and may even survive us. This means that human beings are still evolving. We are not yet evolved enough as a human race to fully embrace the wonder of nature that creates male and female aspects and that is what is important, rather than the way human beings have been conditioned to react to gender through cultural conditioning.
There are plenty of old men who will go to their graves with minds that they will refuse to evolve, stuck in their ways they will be, and some even may not paying attention to their estrogen balance, if it brings fear in their hearts that their bodies contain a female hormone http://www.lifeextension.com/magazine/2010/5/why-estrogen-balance-is-critical-to-aging-men/page-01
Tree's are therefore highly evolved and their evolution can teach us how to survive the ages in a way that dinosaurs could not. There is a bias that I do have, I want to engage intelligent women and men, and avoid stupid men and stupid women. As we evolve, this is the shifting balance which will lead us to renaissance - and tree's are a symbol of that renaissance.13/09/2016 #40 Salma Rodriguez#4 #9 @Sara Jacobovici When I read this: "When it comes to survival, we can't do it alone, we need each other. Nothing wrong with that." I was thinking of something someone said earlier on LI about "growing alone together", which is one of the actively researched topics in social media. Yet, looking through a different prism, I do not feel alone. In contrast to any preconceived notions of exacerbating the problem with solipsism (that of me only knowing that I exist but not being able to know about the existence of other minds or even if existence itself exists), social media has most certainly helped me communicate with people from other countries. This global citizenship and global outreach was never before possible, prior to the advent of the Internet.
Global citizenship exists without regards to social boundaries, our social status, where we grew up or what our background/culture is.
@Francis our role in life has become more clouded, but this can be taken as a challenge and opportunity for many people who figure out the best way to navigate our highly complex web. It is an opportunity to be human again and give to others, without requesting anything in return. This is the best quality of a human being; it is something that I am happy to see becoming important in the 21st century. Philosophers like myself feel empowered in this new Age of Aquarius and today we are what were yesterday's leaders. We lead with passion, love, sympathy for everyone and without interest :-)12/09/2016 #38 Aurorasa Sima#29 Well, my dear Irene, even a broken leg can be a source of growth if you do great things you would otherwise not have done while you heal. I did not expand on "pain" because my argument was that pain is the cause of irrational thinking - not that it is always bad. It´s also not the only source of irrational thinking. Also, people who suffer a lot of emotional pain are often stronger. Others break.12/09/2016 #33 Karen Anne Kramer ~ CNN Women Leaders 2015The greatest gift to me was my tree house. An oak tree which sheltered me from all fear. I had solitude and time to understand how the universe works. Time to write. This tree taught me to be gentle on myself when i made mistakes. It gave the gift of writing. The fruit was acorns for the animals. Something for everyone. To this day I retreat to hear the wind thru the branches. It soothes my soul. I feel loved.12/09/2016 #31 Lisa GallagherI really enjoyed this buzz @Aurorasa Sima. You made a lot of great points like this one- "Trees are not fearful. For they know they can handle most obstacles and when they can´t they´ve already spread seeds to be reborn. " One thing about the human spirit as analogy to spreading seeds is that we can regroup and spread new seeds with hopes that our minds are reborn through positive actions and dialect. These are great conversations to be holding. And, the fact that trees and fruit spend their lifespan without knowing fear or having to be mindful of emotions is something we as humans have to work on daily. I think life is a lesson that is on-going until our time on earth is over. When we stop learning, we stop living.12/09/2016 #29 AnonymousDear @Aurorasa Sima - please don't every 'quickly' feel you must 'quickly' leave a discussion here on beBee, all are welcome and all have a valuable contribution to make. Your boldness is so refreshing and there is much truth and reality in your point of view. There is much to discuss throughout this great buzz, however I shall focus on your following statement: "The gift of rational thinking can be a tough one. The ability of rational thinking is affected by emotions. Especially painful emotions lead to irrational thinking and therefore fear." Is it possible that painful emotions and fear also be viewed as a different sort of "gift"? Powerful, positive change and human transcendence often gets its fuel from pain and fear. I'm not saying pain and fear is like receiving a happy, pretty package with a bow. There is value in painful emotion and a place for healthy fear. Growth. So great dear @Ali Anani to see these great offshoots from your ideas!
- Producer11/09/2016Are Trees Fearful?Trees represent life with all its challenges and consequences. Trees meet challenges from everywhere. The changing environment, the hostility of drought, the attack by parasites and the wounds they infect on trees, the changing of soil on which...
Comments12/09/2016 #40 Deb Helfrich#1 I have to agree, Irene. I think trees are not fearful in the ways in which we might super-impose human fear, which is a cognitive process, in many cases around things that may happen but ultimately do not. Trees respond only to what is.
But they do have stored memories of challenging times stored in their rings, as we store memories of hurt and wounds that reoccur when similar sensations confront us in our daily lives. I wonder if trees learn how to meet environmental challenges like drought conditions by being able to consult their rings and take a similar action to the course that saw them through a previous season?
Ali, I shall be waiting impatiently for your treatise elucidating upon this profound question: "I wish to discover in more depth the relationship between types of trees and types of love."12/09/2016 #36 debasish majumder'Trees have tears!' intriguing indeed sir! i consider tree itself comprising of both character, one in roots and other in shoots. one engaged fixing nitrogen, other producing oxygen. what a grand rendition of nature! however, lovely post sir Dr. @Ali Anani View more'Trees have tears!' intriguing indeed sir! i consider tree itself comprising of both character, one in roots and other in shoots. one engaged fixing nitrogen, other producing oxygen. what a grand rendition of nature! however, lovely post sir Dr. @Ali Anani, Phd. enjoyed read. thank you very much sir for sharing such lovely insightful post. Close12/09/2016 #34 Jean L. Serio, CPC, CMCSuch a perfect statement of our lives, @Ali Anani - "The trees have many stories to tell. Their conflicts, their strategies to cope with challenges, their self-healing, their pride, their longevity and long experiences and their coexistence provide golden opportunities to learn more from them." And we can learn from each.12/09/2016 #33 Ali Anani#32 I published the buzz dear @namita sinha
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/trees-don-t-produce-honey12/09/2016 #32 namita sinha#31 Dear @Ali Anani , all my best wishes to you for this forthcoming post then - ;which shall be as sweet and stimulating as Honey, I am sure ! And please do not avoid any wandering either, because the variety of precious gems like ideas that lie " scattered as roses ", sometimes along the various detours only help further towards the wonderful posts that only a creative genius as you can weave for all of us to absorb !12/09/2016 #29 Ali Anani#24 Dear @namita sinha- I agree fully. I am glad you are so involved and that we are giving this topic due attention. I like your point that trees experience different types of growth, if not to get taller then to get broader. Growth in different directions. I fully endorse your reference to the comment of dear @Sara Jacobovici. I am sure we shall have much more to discuss along the way.12/09/2016 #28 Ali Anani#23 Dropping leaves and dropping habits. Even though leaves change color and are the centers for photosynthesis they drop. We need to drop all bad habits, our focus on the past, not-accepting change as you mentioned and selfishness. Leaves have different colors from the colors they absorb and the colors they reflect are not the colors they absorb. We need to absorb and that we we reflect to the world might be of different colors. Variety is the spice of life and trees exhibit this variety beautifully as as lovely your personality is dear @namita sinha12/09/2016 #24 namita sinha@Ali Anani This almost makes them immortal and beyond the fears old age or dimnishing vibrance. This is essentially also about once having discovered your WHY, the HOW of survival and growth comes very naturally.I see us learning the genuine growth mindset from trees.
I completely embrace here what @Sara Jacobovici quoted as mentioned in your post ,"Only awareness, a conscious understanding of what we are doing and exploring the why, will lead to change".
Most people think that once trees reach a certain height, they just stop growing (or at least slow down). But an international study has revealed that this is false. Once trees reach a certain height, they do stop getting taller.However, their growth rate increases continuously ,they continue to get wider — packing on more and more mass the older they get.
Let’s learn from the trees -We should keep growing !
After all, "Life is all about what we can still Grow, and not so much about what all we have to let go "12/09/2016 #23 namita sinha@Ali Anani Yes, so I wish to notice here how the trees never cling to their leaves, they allow the fall to take away the dead and give place to the new, nor do they fear the falling fruits and flowers, but are always excited to blossom the new ! How lovely and liberating it is to let go what no longer serves. This could be a profound learning in battling any kind of fear - to embrace change and be open to try the excitement of the new ! In their stillness, as if having found and being aware of their purpose , they are deep rooted and fixed to their vision and their values . They are supremely capable of developing mechanisms of growth and development for ever - the essential "plasticity" of life , of their own being.12/09/2016 #22 namita sinha@Ali Anani You say, "Trees represent life with all its challenges and consequences."
Yes, indeed they do and I love how you further conclude - The trees have many stories to tell. Their conflicts, their strategies to cope with challenges, their self-healing, their pride, their longevity and long experiences and their coexistence provide golden opportunities to learn more from them"
I’ve always been in awe of trees, myself ! Trees are amazing—both in how large and in how old they can be.
- Producer11/09/2016The Sensational Language of EngagementImage: www.tom2tall.com Annie Sullivan, Hellen Keller and Phillips BrooksS This blog (first appeared on Therapists site April/2016) is dedicated to Gretchen Schmelzer whose work has often inspired...
Comments13/09/2016 #20 Sara Jacobovici#18 Thank you @Deb Lange. Looking forward to the publication of your book. Very exciting and wishing you all the success!
Re safe holding space, from my perspective, we internalize that original space and spend all our lives either sustaining it or modifying it. In my discussions with @Irene Hackett I have expressed that I am beginning to think that the space referred to by Viktor Frankl when he says, "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.", is connected to our original space.13/09/2016 #18 Deb LangeI agree @Sara Jacobovici . Just as the child needs a safe holding space to grow, so do we need to keep creating a safe holding space for our interactions with one another at all ages and stages in life. The holding space is sensory and energetic. Today more than ever, I believe it is the time to name, these unseen but felt spaces and to intentionally care for them and create them with what allows us to cooperate with one another. "We" have attempted to take away the sensory and replace it with the abstract and the theoretical during the times when our 'God" has been the God of logic and rationality. But, it has not worked. We are starved of our sensory experiences in the world of logic and reason, which is almost like being starved of our own humanity. I have attempted to write about this in my book, 'Trust Your Senses", which will be published in October. And there is much more to be written as you have so eloquently done here. We are in the middle of a Senses (r) evolution. We are being called to return to our senses.11/09/2016 #17 Deb Helfrich#4 "When the child is developing, his or her senses are what provides meaning. Only later does the child begin to "think". Yet because these sensory experiences are pre-verbal and pre-cognitive developmentally, the behaviours stay on as patterns, as you say. Only an awareness, a conscious understanding of what we are doing and exploring the why, will lead to change."
What a tremendously important quote, @Sara Jacobovici. This is the crux of why we behave as we do, which can be bafflingly unrelated to our conscious thoughts. We learned so much via direct sensory experiences before our cognitive processing was up to our current level of rationality. We have chunked together actions and behaviors from external triggers that can be truly hard to interrupt because these patterns are run by our subconscious.
This is where building a new habit of creativity just might help, as if we practice trying to 'see' things differently we may begin to notice when we run on auto-pilot staying in a rut, even though we have pledged to change something in our life.11/09/2016 #16 Ali Anani#15 Dear -@Sara Jacobovici- it is enough that I write about triads; it is equally important that my writing finds good listening". Your triad is super and I find it very relevant. This makes me happy and even happier than with response for my own writing.
Is there a better way than a drop of honey resulting in bubbling honey with ideas> You made the honey bubble dear Sara with this profound triad.11/09/2016 #13 Sara Jacobovici#12 Agreed @Aurorasa Sima. I have a Hive https://www.bebee.com/group/defining-creativity because I am very interested in this topic and I do believe that there are different ways for us to express our creativity. It's interesting that today there is a title of Creative in the corporate world. (That's another story.) My premise is that we are made up of the triad; we are a sensory being, a conscious being and a creative being. I often say that adaptation is one of our most creative abilities. I do look forward to putting some thoughts down. Hope it comes out OK. Thanks Aurorasa.11/09/2016 #12 Aurorasa Sima#10 I am interested in your definition what creativity is and how it ... surfaces. That said, only if it´s a topic you would like to expand on.
Personally, I am of the opinion (understanding that creativity is not just art) that I am not creative at all. People try to tell me that everyone is creative. I am good at combining things I have seen in new ways. But that´s not creativity as I understand it.
And then I thought that that topic might be interesting for a lot of other people too.11/09/2016 #9 CityVP ManjitEven in our Toastmasters club environment where college students come to learn public speaking and engage in leadership activities, the first principle of our college club is to create a safe environment. That creation of safe space is an act of creativity in its own right, but how often do we prepare the ground that way - instead the economic blindness we base our decisions on may lead us to writing off what Annie Sullivan did so well, to have the patience to create the room that Helen Keller needed to find herself and in so doing reveal the extraordinary women that Keller was, hidden by what she could no longer see or hear. We think of this as the work of caregivers, therapists and healthcare professionals - and this is economic blindness - the insight here is all of us can do this and it begins first with preparing that ground.11/09/2016 #8 Aurorasa SimaIt is a paradox like many things in life. What a wonderful post, dear @Sara Jacobovici. "We discover ourselves through our communication with the other and through the sensory language of engagement" and humans are blessed to be the life form with the ability to tell stories. I would love to read your take on creativity. Shared to story seekers.11/09/2016 #5 Ali Anani#4 Your response relieved me dear @Sara Jacobovici. Now, I am more encouraged to proceed on a series of buzzes on trees as metaphors for a diversity of ideas such as trees and tears (senses), and trees as metaphor for storytelling with a new perspective. My first question is are trees fearful?11/09/2016 #4 Sara Jacobovici#2 Wonderful to "hear" you thinking @Ali Anani. You expand the concepts in the discussion and you ask questions that lead to more thinking.
You write, "The distorted senses may lead to patterns of repeated behaviors." Couldn't agree more. When the child is developing, his or her senses are what provides meaning. Only later does the child begin to "think". Yet because these sensory experiences are pre-verbal and pre-cognitive developmentally, the behaviours stay on as patterns, as you say. Only an awareness, a conscious understanding of what we are doing and exploring the why, will lead to change.11/09/2016 #3 Sara Jacobovici#1 Thank you @David Navarro López for your comment and your link. I just finished reading your Buzz and commented.
What you call an "Oxymoron", I call a paradox. For me the difference is that in a paradox both states exist at the same time while an oxymoron cancels each state/other out. What makes Winnicott's holding environment so potentially successful is that it blends the caregivers qualities of holding and allowing. There is no "doing" for the child or letting the child do whatever he or she wants. It is an integrated environment as opposed to the "theory of the day" parenting or where has the pendulum swung; discipline or "freedom".
You are obviously a caring and aware individual and parent David. My sense is that you have the main factor needed in this discussion, a big heart!11/09/2016 #2 Ali Anani"In order for an infant to develop a sense of self as independent from others, it is dependent on the other to provide the environment in which to develop this sense."What captured the attention of David @David Navarro López is what re-captured my attention. THis time with different interest than last time dear @Sara Jacobovici. Infants store their memories as they grow up. If a father treats a child with anger and threat the child shall develop fear from others and seek help. and I wonder if we influence the infants for far longer times than we may influence their thinking. The distorted senses may lead to patterns of repeated behaviors. Developing infants senses is a huge challenge for us to allow them to develop without exploiting the infant's need for our attention to feel safe and beloved.
“It is only in being creative that the individual discovers the self.” Great, and this this also to rediscover the value of upgrading our thinking. Sometimes, few people are so close to us that we rediscover ourselves when we rediscover ours. I wonder if when we share love or whatever feelings, we would share our senses as well like twin brothers.
Great and beautiful mind you have dear Sara.
- Producer10/09/2016Bubbling Honey Effect: Social Catharsis“Emotional situations can elicit physiological, behavioral, cognitive, expressive, and subjective changes in individuals. Affected individuals often use social sharing as a cathartic release of emotions. Bernard Rimé studies the patterns of social...
Comments14/09/2016 #9 Anonymous#7 Did you read my last one? https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/positivity-vs-negativity-the-winning-factors View more#7 Did you read my last one? https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/positivity-vs-negativity-the-winning-factors
Your comments are on this issue are more than welcome, I am sure many bees will take advantage of your nice thoughts. Close14/09/2016 #8 Anonymous#7 Some refer to catharsis as an act of purification, of consolidating positive things, discarding negative things, in order to make an enhancement whether individual or collective.
I have the same feeling, here at bebee I am learning a lot, although I am just a technician with a lot of life scars, and as well, here we can expose our thoughts without needing to be much more than simple human beings14/09/2016 #7 Fatima WilliamsSocial Catharsis - hearing the term catharsis for the first time. beBee is much better than any social network I've ever seen because this is where affinity truly comes into place. This is the only place where I've seen leader's, teachers,Coaches etc etc as normal humans and hence I am able to connect with them and learn from them at the same time. Virtual high five for this bubbly buzz.Thank you David11/09/2016 #2 Ali AnaniLucky you are dear @David Navarro López to have my lovely sister @Irene Hackett as first commentor. Her comment reflects the beauty of your buzz. I love the notion of virtual hug because even when it is virtual its sincerity makes it feel real. On the networks we lack body language or the body waggling; however written words have their body language. They could be dry or full of life. Words are dancing molecules.
Great post my friend10/09/2016 #1 AnonymousA very true picture of social networking @David Navarro López. The idea of our reacting in social media in private - allowing us to be in full control of how others 'see' us, is a rather unsettling reality - something that has kept me away from participating before I found beBee. The small nuances of inflection and body language remains a big blank. However, I am finding great value in the diversity of backgrounds and openness in which sharing is nurtured here on beBee. Yes, I feel the "virtual hug" which has made all the difference! Thank you for this interesting read @David Navarro López
- Producer08/09/2016Bubbles of creativity reloaded. (or what relation could they have with energy)The following post comes out from the provoking post of Ali https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/bubbles-of-creativity#c20 And the challenging comments of (in order of appearance) @namita sinha @Aaron Skogen @Sara Jacobovici, @Irene...
Comments12/09/2016 #21 Fatima WilliamsWow You one big bubble of joy and humbleness @David Navarro López. Did you know that beBee is the only place where I smile when I read something ! It's like when I read my favourite book. BeBee's like you here write straight from the heart and speak right to the soul and have the power to trigger a big bubble of rememberance for the rest of our lives
Because bubbles may come go or stay but the ones we can touch, feel and see are the ones that stay as memory bubble flowing carefreely forever in our minds ✋✋✋✋ Great buzz with a great dedication to my favourite rainbow bubble @Ali Anani 🤗🤗🤗10/09/2016 #19 Anonymous#18 Just created the hive. https://www.bebee.com/group/bubbling-honey
I am thinking on the description of it, and would like to hear your suggestions, @Ali Anani, @Irene Hackett, @Sara Jacobovici @namita sinha @Aaron Skogen @DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão .Of course, it is obvious to say we would be more than honoured if you would join it and share there any post concerning to the bubbling effect emerged from the Big Man.
Please post you suggestions here https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/bubbling-honey-hive-description09/09/2016 #17 Anonymous#15 Dear @Ali Anani , then if you decline, I am more than happy to create the hive. Will be also very honored if @Sara Jacobovici would help me in this matter. (is my first hive). I think we are to have lots of fun sharing bubble/ideas.
Will go through it on the weekend and hope to have it in motion for next week.09/09/2016 #16 Anonymous@David Navarro López thank you so much for tagging me in this most wonderful buzz! Immense again, are your ideas! But even more immense is the love I see for our dear friend @Ali Anani. May I make it known that you and I have something in common dear friend, which is our great affinity for this wonderful man who is giving us more than he can imagine with his poetic verse and loving support of our participating in his thought process! My favorite line in this grand post dear @David Navarro López is "But no doubt about it, one day a small mass with high speed “bubble” will appear, and its kinetic energy will put in motion a bigger potential mass of ideas which were “latent” ever since". No doubt it is dear @Ali Anani that is our 'kinetic energy'! Lastly, may I say also that it is a joy to watch your ideas grow and blossom in expression here on beBee dear @David Navarro López - Be Blessed!09/09/2016 #15 Ali Anani#14 My dear friend @David Navarro López- I shall be so happy to assist as I did with quite few hives. I know I am lousy in administration and therefore refrain from this kind of work. I shall be very supportive if you do. If not, I nominate @Sara Jacobovici View more#14 My dear friend @David Navarro López- I shall be so happy to assist as I did with quite few hives. I know I am lousy in administration and therefore refrain from this kind of work. I shall be very supportive if you do. If not, I nominate @Sara Jacobovici because she is interested in the topic and well-experienced in establishing and managing hives. I appreciate your trust, but I don't want to lessen it my friend. Close09/09/2016 #12 Anonymous#11 we are all boiling at bubbling. Since yesterday a big bubble is trying to get to my minds surface. I believe that the bubble phenomena caused by Ali deserves its own hive on which we could go on posting the different branches taht are appearing in the surroundinggs of the bubble matter. What do you think about?09/09/2016 #10 Ali AnaniI live a new paradox that I doubt I have ever lived before. My friends I feel inflated like a bubble with your great appreciation and praise. I am writing about bubbles and yet feel unable to write about my own bubble. Dear @David Navarro López- as I have just responded to one of your comments on my last buzz in which one word of three letters (key) has opened my mind to a new thinking about trees in so many different directions such as in storytelling. Your kindness, genuine friendship and sharp mind alerted me to ideas that were in front of my eyes and yet were blurred. I now believe LOVE is to influence others without intending to. Believe me I failed few times to respond or comment because I couldn't match and still unable to reach your level of appreciation for others.
With LOVE I say thank you dears @David Navarro López, @Sara Jacobovici, @DILMA BALBI -Contratos e Gestão and @Aaron Skogen.09/09/2016 #9 Anonymous#4 Each human being has the capacity to produce constructive and destructive bubbles. I have never seen @Ali Anani showing a negative one, or a bad response, and I swear to God that with some comments of "undesirable commenters" done to Ali's posts I would have reacted badly.
But he never did. Furthermore, he answered in the most polite way trying to find an "honorable" way out for the "bully". A great lesson.
To your words "How we can mange to minimize the destructive ones and support the constructive ones are age old dilemmas." I am responding at Ali's post, as the present post is just an extension of the original one.
- Producer10/09/2016Bubbling Honey Hive: Opening a Discussion ForumDear Bees:It just came to my mind that posts could be used as our formal Discussion Forum tool.So if you like the bubble-idea, when anyone has a bubble/idea concerning the whole hive, its rules, appearance, just anything, we could use the same photo...
- Producer10/09/2016Bubbling IdeasA contribution to @David Navarro López's new Hive inspired by @Ali Anani's Buzz.* cosmopolitancornbread.com*All quotes by Ali Anani.Metaphorically speaking Dr. Ali has made a connection between bubbles created in nature and ideas. This...
Comments11/09/2016 #9 Savvy RajFantastic bubbles in the flow, am glad to connect in between and float amongst this spirited lightness of being amongst you all @Sara Jacobovici @Ali Anani David @David Navarro López @Irene Hackett @Franci Eugenia Hoffman @Fatima Williams It is indeed such a positively inspiring environment . Thank you @Sara Jacobovici and all here ....and more .11/09/2016 #8 Ali AnaniLet our minds bubble together. One bubble can't do it alone. Together, we shall make the hive of bubbling honey a bubbling story.
Dear @Sara Jacobovici- did I say all these quotes// I may, but without your induction of new ideas as well as those of others these quotes would have never bubbled out.
@David Navarro López, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Irene Hackett and @Fatima Williams (in reverse order of your comments)- my heart bubbles honey with your support. Thhank you all
- Producer07/09/2016Bubbles of CreativityThe exchange of comments with @Sara Jacobovici on my last post is the force behind writing this buzz. I wrote in response to one of Sara's comments "What we think is a silent bubble is in fact a bubble waiting for agitation". Sara found this...
Comments26/09/2016 #68 Jean L. Serio, CPC, CMCWhile you were telling us a wonderful story about bubbles, @Ali Anani, my mind ran to bubble gum bubbles. While everyone from northern Europeans 9000 years ago, to the Mayans and American Indians, chewing gum in it’s various forms and for a variety of reasons including to relieve hunger and medicinal purposes, the invention of bubble gum is credited to Walter E. Diemer, in 1928. Diemer worked for the Fleer Chewing Gum Company in Philadelphia. Although it has primarily been a product for children, over the past decades adults have taken to chewing it; also for a variety of reasons. There are actually companies which encourage employees to chew gum as a relaxation method. And blowing bodacious bubbles has become a great way to stimulate the creative juices in adults.25/09/2016 #66 Mohammed Sultan#64 Dear Ali Anani,PhD.Thanks for sharing your SMART link.Cosmetics and perfumes industry is the business of fantasy.They are communicating feeling of what beauty is like ,and if you identify with that feeling your heart is moved to identify with the advertised brand.In marketing a new perfume, they sell the romance,dream,and mystery associated with the brand.The scent of the product is not as significant as the brand name ,since it's chosen only after the boxes and bottles,that move hearts and dollars, have been designed.25/09/2016 #64 Ali Anani#62 People don't buy cosmetics as they buy beauty. People want to be emotionally moved to buy. So, I am in full agreement with your comment Mohammed @Mohammed Sultan. I wrote a presentation on "Move hearts to move hands in pockets", which is aligned with your smashing comment.
http://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/move-hearts-to-move-hands-in-pockets24/09/2016 #63 Anonymous#62 The latest trend for advertising is trying to adapt to the new scenario, what the audience would motivate the most. Features of products are not interesting anymore, as they can be checked in your mobile phone immediately. Big companies try to make the audience feeling great if they purchase the product.24/09/2016 #62 Mohammed SultanDear@Ali Anani ,PhD.Bubbles are always restricted to everybody's creative domain which is different among people and organizations.When your thoughts are stretched to go beyond norms,you often invent new ways of doing things or communicating with others.Let me talk about our creative advertising bubbles ;there's an almost total obsession with images and feelings and total lack of solid positioning platform.We almost watch Ads for cars that have nothing to do with cars ,for fragrance that scarcely mention anything about fragrance.Products are not identified by the main positioning platform or by the main course of thoughts or by what the products provide ,but instead by the bubbles of the copywriter's creative thinking which go beyond others creative domains.The bubbles of some creative companies extend beyond their creative org domain to latest societal issues or concepts and differentiate them from others.10/09/2016 #59 Fatima Williams#58 Thank you @David Navarro López for being so kind. That's great that we share the same thoughts ! sorry Haven't been upto date with all your buzzes but I shall catch up soon ☺☺☺I am heading over to the bubbling honey hive right now with my hot & sout soup 😉😉 ! Btw I love to read what you think about the wind and bubbles, so don't wait go ahead bring it on 🤗🤗👍👍10/09/2016 #57 Anonymous#56 This is exactly the idea, dear Ali, in order not to "lose" any comment related to the "bubbling honey effect" in the middle of the countless posts and have them all in one place. @Fatima Williams View more#56 This is exactly the idea, dear Ali, in order not to "lose" any comment related to the "bubbling honey effect" in the middle of the countless posts and have them all in one place. @Fatima Williams would be a very appreciated member if she wants to apply. By sharing the present post, her comment is already at the hive, ready to be read for any bee who is interested in the issue. Close10/09/2016 #53 Ali Anani#52 Dear @Fatima Williams- as I am writing this comment my mind is blowing in different directions. Trees carry out our:
• life prints,
• our stories,
• our phobia,
• our storytelling structure,
• our fractal trees planted in our bodies such as artilleries,
• our conflict with antagonists and how to deal with them,
• our growth over time,
• our life trees, their timeline from dwarf trees to great heights exposed to the wind (with or against), and the
• Challenges trees face and many more analogies.
Your comment prompts me to start writing a series of buzzes on trees and what we can learn from them. A new journey starts.10/09/2016 #52 Fatima Williams#50 Thanks @Aurorasa Sima & @Ali Anani the conditions for this bubble to rise is still not favorable but I am gonna be around more often trying to blow along with the wind instead of against it :) Wow this is interesting too ! (Along and against the wind ) .
Also I was very interested in Mr Anani's last buzz the tunneling effect , it got me thinking alot.10/09/2016 #49 Ali Anani#48 Dear @Fatima Williams- the more I read your comments, the more I "read" you and admire your mind. This quote from your comment explains exactly what I mean and it is brilliantly written with adorable colors "In our life we need to take some time to see the colors in these bubbles and ensure that we blow them in conditions which are suitable for them to survive". Yes, this is to make bubbles that aren't.
Bubbling Honey~ 100 buzzes
“Bubbles are containers of energy. They have their potential. So are bubbly ideas. They are storage of potential. It is up to us how to use their energies. One bubble might do little; thousands of bubbles might be lifesavers for businesses.” The myriad of ideas spawned from the buzzes of beBee's Ambassador and resident premier poet of Science, Dr. Ali Anani has given birth to this hive of 'Bubbling Honey' - where the continuance of furthering ideas can be shared and stored.