- Producer08/08/2017INTRIGUING MAGNET!I have a fancy to observe While cutting magnate into two pieces to reserve But it emerge with polarity Two poles having no affinity If I once more cut into two equal halves Polarity will once more reign No more ambiguity,...
- Producer08/08/2017FUSTY MASS LYNCHING!I wonder, why we approve mass lynchIs there an endorsement of it within us hinge?Are we carrying a vendetta?By the name of mass justice, we create a social anathemaSince inception of civilizationThere is always a sense of validationSuperior class...
- Producer18/07/2017UNITY, AFFINITY AND SYMPHONY, THE TUNE FOR PRODUCTIVITY WITH LONGEVITY.People always love to focus on ‘I’ I cannot understand, why? Apparently they pretend to embark on ‘We’ Though they truly do not penchant to remain wee! Nature honestly reflects the gravity of ‘We’ Where conglomeration only...
Comments18/07/2017 #10 Rick DelmonicoTime has a quality, when you frame an event in time you impart some of this quality to the event. A good example; "I'd rather be a lion for one day then be a sheep for a thousand years." The quality that time imparts to this statement can be thought of as very valuable for one day and not so much for a thousand years but notice this connection to control. Does the lion have any more control than the lamb? What if we have deceived ourselves and it is behavior and not control that ends up mattering. The lion goes about being a lion and the lamb is always sheepish, control is the illusion, neither ever really had control, they had a role to play. A dance of mutual expression, framed in time. Light does not experience time, we are creatures of light.18/07/2017 #7 Rick Delmonico"During the time men live without a common power to keep them all in awe, they are in that conditions called war; and such a war, as if of every man, against every man.
"To this war of every man against every man, this also in consequent; that nothing can be unjust. The notions of right and wrong, justice and injustice have there no place. Where there is no common power, there is no law, where no law, no injustice. Force, and fraud, are in war the cardinal virtues.
"No arts; no letters; no society; and which is worst of all, continual fear, and danger of violent death: and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short."
Hobbes18/07/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.yes, roar, with the mindset of a lion you can move mountains!
- Producer17/07/2017CAN THERE BE ANY PAIN, WHICH IS IN VAIN?Whole world is feeling a severe painLike that of labor painThere is no dearth to give birthBut none is aware, what they will produce at largeAll are experiencing an excruciating painBut out of Today's painTomorrow, what will they gain?They are in...
- Producer17/07/2017PSYCHOSIS IN PROFIT!You know what they want?To kill and roastFor this only they boastIf they fail, they express their wild rant! When their only aim is to convert me into delicious fryThey wildly gag my cryThey audaciously discard ecologyTo satiate their appetite is...
Comments17/07/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.He is back, leaving us with a great feeling. No psychosis, we will all gain by his presence. Honey profit! Welcome back Debasish.17/07/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.welcome back wonderful poet @Debasish Majumder!!!
- ProducerSWAN SONG!Music and song Many may love and long But I only have the capacity To compose my limerick, this is not at all poetry It could be an insult to art But I know not how to revert Making it a tune With an aspiration to make...
- Producer02/07/2017High-Heeled BrainsI shared my previous buzz here on LinkedIn. It drew the following comment from Dr. Ali H Higgi. The comment is as is, but with minor editing for typos. "Ali Anani, PhD Thoughtful and highly articulate articles like this make me truly miserable...
Comments04/07/2017 #38 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#32 Thank You and you made my day with your comment @Jerry Fletcher "Once again you have met your objective to stir the minds of your readers and to have them, in turn, stir others". Not only because of the genuine praise, but more by the fact that you give "idea collisions" a new meaning in my mind.
You bring in a new concept balanced life and I mean the idea of "The balance of choices". This is an eye-opener and I am not releasing it of my mind easily.04/07/2017 #36 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#30 "We can choose how we want to feel, but when the mind is a prison, it can be difficult for people to believe that choice exists". This is beautifully expressed and is relevant to the idea of "Capacity for choice" that @CityVP referred to in his previous comment. @Tricia Mitchell- I wish you would also respond to the comment of Manjit #29 . I feel new ideas are crystallizing out.04/07/2017 #35 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#29 "In order to preserve our innate capacity to choose, then less becomes more in this regard" This is very true dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. Our reminding us of the barefoot metaphor and new shoes metaphor are apt. I like your term "choice capacity". How humans vary in this capacity and what factors are involved? THis is a worthy topic which I am going to pursue. Again, this is deeply reflectd in your writing "We are the products of our fashion rather than the fashion of our mind". Social pressure finds a meaning in this powerfull and observative line.04/07/2017 #33 Tausif MundrawalaI think the intellectual brains are not given the kind of praise and recognition they deserve. Can anyone imagine a dean featuring on the celeb magazine's cover page and being treated like one. They are still considered as the ones preparing the great personalities by remaining in the back room. When we read the work of great personalities and intellectuals we would than realize their importance in the contribution towards the betterment of society. Only readers could value that. I think Sir Ali that the moot problem lies in the awareness and the lack of reading habit among masses otherwise they wouldn't have been treated less than soccer players.04/07/2017 #32 Jerry FletcherAli, Once again you have met your objective to stir the minds of your readers and to have them, in turn, stir others. The many facets of humanity make the choices less than obvious. Some of us are of an intellectual bent. Others wind themselves around money like a dragon in a gilded lair. Some yield to their athletic abilities. A very few combine all their capabilities to find what these days is called "a balanced life."
As I see it, each of us is a combination of genetic pre-disposition warped by nurture and nature. It is a far distant future when we will be able to scan the code of an infant to be and modify it to fit someone's idea of what is right and then control circumstances to get the "required"result. I, for one, pray that day never comes.04/07/2017 #31 Tricia Mitchell#25 I agree @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee that many need to awaken/educate themselves, for they have lost their way. You wrote, "...we need to educate people and make them aware of the choices they have." I guess there is the option to choose not to be aware of one's choices.
"How many people know their priorities well enough to make the right choices?" - If I was playing devil's advocate Ali, I would ask what constitutes "the right choices"? Right for the individual or right for the collective? Does it go back to your Against Authenticity post? Right choices according to whom? The State? The Family? The Individual? The freedom to choose?
If I was going to take this in a spiritual direction, it's a free will universe. If we come here to learn spiritual lessons, is whatever we choose right for us, in order to learn particular spiritual lessons, even if the choices are "wrong"? No answers, just asking questions.04/07/2017 #30 Tricia Mitchell#24 Thanks for the follow @Sara Jacobovici which I've reciprocated. I used to interpret for a Deaf art therapist in a high secure forensic psychiatric hospital (reading your profile & your interesting career took me back). Thanks for clarifying. Yes peace resides within. We can choose how we want to feel, but when the mind is a prison, it can be difficult for people to believe that choice exists. Thank you for answering the call to share your views Sara03/07/2017 #29 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWe are all walking in a social shoe shop and that is why we have personal brand, because it matters how we walk and the style of our talk but outside this branded place we get to know how the boots of well conditioned authority shall kick us if we should have the audacity to think.
The social shoe shop is the unfortunate reality rather than the road far less traveled to renaissance reality. So as @Sara Jacobovici says "existential quality of our innate capacity to choose is there" but the social shoe shop decides who gets the kicks and who gets kicked and how that gets modeled first on the human conditioning cat-walk.
We are the products of our fashion rather than the fashion of our mind.
In order to preserve our innate capacity to choose, then less becomes more in this regard. Are we willing to be well heeled with the price tag that this comes with? Or do we take a tip out of the barefoot way and choose a way of walking that only the few will want to take? http://www.littleecofootprints.com/2014/09/benefits-of-barefoot-walking.html The barefoot metaphor is the one that the many will look down upon as they try a new look and new fit in the social shoe shop. No shoes and you don't get to play.
The barefoot metaphor frightens people where as new shoes metaphor makes people easily pleased. Are we not easily pleased?03/07/2017 #28 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#23 I am responding BEFORE reading @Sara Jacobovici response to be neutral. "...exhausted by economic and educational deprivation, even if you stuck a signpost to that space, they may not be able to step outside of their life circumstances. Yes, I am in agreement with your statement03/07/2017 #27 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#22 I don't disagree with you at all @Sara Jacobovici on "It exists outside of education or economic status. It exist outside of life circumstances. It is existential". It is being aware of the right choice to make that where many people fail to do. Do you agree?03/07/2017 #26 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#21 @Tricia Mitchell- Yes, and your comment explains exactly why we need o educate people and make them aware of the choices they have. How many people know their priorities well enough to make the right choices? You open the horizon of the discussions wide open03/07/2017 #24 Sara Jacobovici#23 Thank you @Tricia Mitchell for your warm invitation. I need to clarify. For me, it isn't a matter of engaging in discourse. For me the existential quality of our innate capacity to choose is there, always. I don't shy away from seeing the dark side of life or judge anyone's choices. What is profound for me in Frankl's quote is that we own that space. It is our place of freedom when our outside reality has stripped us of any hope for control, that space is there for us to have the control and freedom of choice as to how to respond to it all. Our awareness of it and how it manifests is stuff of a whole other discussion. But thanks again Trish for the engagement. Much appreciated.03/07/2017 #23 Tricia Mitchell#22 @Sara Jacobvici no need for apology & you were invited. I don't think on beBee there is ever a time when someone is "butting in" as that would go against the site ethos, I believe. I don't disagree that existentially, choice exists. Many people don't know where that space is, let alone have the wherewithal or vision to perceive it. Exhausted by economic and educational deprivation, even if you stuck a signpost to that space, they may not be able to step outside of their life circumstances.
As Gandhi said "Man is the center of a circle without a circumference, except the one he creates for himself." but when you live in an inner city and knife crimes are a daily reality or you're transgender and murdered because some male's ego is 'hurt' because he mistook you for a born female, I wouldn't engage them in existential discourse. Their choice is restricted by socio-economic & political constraints.
Disturbing video clip about trafficking of girls as young as 9 that the trafficker kills if they try to run away. He admits to killing 400 - 500 girls. https://youtu.be/2x91H3eFKVI He takes them from poor villages & targets the pretty ones. In those types of realities, I don't see a space for existential conversations where every human being has a choice.03/07/2017 #22 Sara Jacobovici#20 I apologize for butting into this exchange @Tricia Mitchell and @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, especially before I have read part 2. Choice exists in and of itself as part of what makes us human. It exists outside of education or economic status. It exist outside of life circumstances. It is existential. I, again, quote Viktor Frankl: "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."
Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.02/07/2017BEES, AN AMAZING CREATURE IN NATURE!I am a bee I take pride with glee To make honey A delicious jelly Not exactly knowing How humans will desperately longing To have honey in their custody And make huge gain out of their repository I remain...
Comments02/07/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.so much delicious honey produced by you, wow!
- Producer21/06/2017BREATHE OF REPENTANCE!Rubel Roy is a successful entrepreneur. He started his life with nothing apart from his own dreams, firm belief on himself to become a successful businessman with a capital of hard working attitude with a vision and a degree in engineering and a...
Comments22/06/2017 #14 Ian Weinberg#6 I would enlarge a bit upon what @Pascal Derrien has commented. Indeed all professions have their bad eggs, mine included. But the problem with the world of coaching is that it remains an unregulated profession, globally. Candidates are not screened, there is no universally accepted curriculum and no pre-qualifying evaluation. There is in fact no licensing and ongoing evaluation of standards. This is of great concern since many of these unqualified individuals, unscreened for potential personal psychopathologies, are engaging with clients and working with very personal emotional issues. I have personal experience with this issue, since I have been training coaches for several years. I have needed to become very selective as to who I train and accredit. I refer you to an article which I wrote a while ago in this regard - see https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/drowning-in-snake-oil22/06/2017 #13 Ian WeinbergThanks again @debasish majumder for reminding us of the bigger picture of life. It is unfortunate that it takes the dying and the dead and indeed any great loss, to bring us back to a sober and authentic reality. The real journey that we need to undertake is inwards, not outwards. And as we approach a space of authenticity, our external world naturally begins to manifest more sustaining values.21/06/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.wow love this one!21/06/2017 #6 Jordan Sands#5 I am one of those ' so called life coaches ' . I also study astro physics so, yes. I understand this article. Do not be quick to judge all life mentors with the same brush. I work extemely hard to help my clients lead a better life. Open your mind. Never judge a whole group with the same ethos.
- Producer19/06/2017SSW@beBeeSensational Start to the Week at beBee: SSW@beBeeI have a hive called, “What words mean to me.”I have now added the following feature to this hive; every Monday (or as often as I can), I am posting contributions related to the word “senses”. This...
Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.18/06/2017REVERIEAloke asked to Ashim, ‘what you are thinking so deeply?’ Aloke replied, ‘Nothing, Just thinking about the deep concern being expressed by my mother, in her letter, about my younger brother, Animesh. He recently started to neglect his studies and...
Comments19/06/2017 #10 Tausif MundrawalaThe entire description about blood was remarkable. The inquisitive buzz like this have always caught my attention and have never restrained myself reading and commenting on it. You reminded me of, Manto- the writer who never restrained himself of telling the truth in the form of stories. You are a wordsmith my friend, @debasish majumder and have never hesitated to pen stories on complex subjects like these.18/06/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.mmmmmmmmm what a story @debasish majumder, well told, books are smiling at you
- Producer14/06/2017CRISIS IN RATIONALITY!Ashis Roy, promising software professional is an outstanding student since his childhood. His adept in mathematics and science triggered him to embark a career in software engineering from a premier engineering institute. Afterwards, he cracked...
Comments15/06/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeSaddened terribly by this story and I feel the tragedy of our lives. How easy it is to kill is amazing. If people would only realize how much effort the parents made to grow up their lonely son only to be knocked dead on the head. As @Pascal Derrien View moreSaddened terribly by this story and I feel the tragedy of our lives. How easy it is to kill is amazing. If people would only realize how much effort the parents made to grow up their lonely son only to be knocked dead on the head. As @Pascal Derrien pointed out "...on the dark side of mankind". Close
- Producer12/06/2017TIDE AND EBB OF LIFE!My wife Rimi is insisting me for a long time for visiting to a holiday resort to refresh our mindset with newer spirit and she prefers to go in Sea site. Actually, owing to my hectic schedule, I barely get any lapse time to spend quality time...
Comments14/06/2017 #15 Savvy RajTouching! .... Nature is like a mirror, reflecting through my wavy shadow about the ups and downs I am experiencing in my life! I wonder how it intricately attached with me. Appreciate this very poignant piece of writing .
Waves and ripples all a dance in this circle of life! . Sharing it on Life and Living14/06/2017 #14 Cyndi wilkinsIn my darkest moments I have always gone to the sea and submerged myself in the arms of nature...She can be cruel as well as she is kind...but in the quietest moments I hear her voice.."Come home and be healed."
Very powerful piece @debasish majumder...thank you for sharing this piece of you....13/06/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.yes nature is mystic! thank you @debasish majumder for honoring nature with your beautiful art work13/06/2017 #11 Ian WeinbergThanks for sharing @debasish majumder indeed I believe that there exists a greater connectivity with a timeless-spaceless energy space with which we resonate. And so we fluctuate with its eternal rhythms and consequences, having very little influence upon its physical manifestations. It remains for us to develop awareness for the greater dynamic, to derive fortitude from challenges and seek new opportunity by transcending the mind state of despair - for through resonation, despair begats loss and further despair while optimism and hope begats innovation and fruitfulness.
- Producer10/06/2017TREACHEROUS IMAGINATION!Today, being very hot and humid day, not only I, rather all are feeling extremely uncomfortable and exhausted which resulting them to lose their temper in a trifle account. Mercury level has risen to 41 degree Celsius which is not the normal...
Comments11/06/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.this is a magnificent perspective, yes all what leads to growth is part of a bigger story, well done @debasish majumder11/06/2017 #9 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThank you dear @debasish majumder. You touched my heart with your buzz. The quote that you have on the background image says about growing in a dark side. Trees do that and in fact the parts that are shadowed grow faster than the parts exposed more to sunlight. SOmetimes being in a shadow allows us to grow more. But, as I commented somewhere else, I feel your stories make us see real life examples of people who grow on slopes and cliffs and the challenges life imposes on them. This story is a perfect example of what I mean.
- Producer06/06/2017CHOICE OF FANTASY!Aloke screamed at his wife Soma, ‘Quickly arrange my lunch dear. Afterwards, there will be no time for me to eat. From 2.30 P.M., I will be watching cricket match in the television. Don’t you know how important today’s match is? We have to win....
Comments06/06/2017 #6 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @debasish majumder- if at home we have varying interests then how about the society? I have different interests from my family, but I learn a lot from these different interests. However; I agree with you on people slitting into major camps because of sports. This interest has turned the attention of many youngsters to sports because there is money and fame (and ...). It amazes me that one soccer player makes a year more than thousand professors make at universities. Not only we are splitting societies and relationships between neighboring countries, but also we are igniting hatred and grudge.
Your story is a great example of what I mean.
- Producer30/05/2017ENIGMATIC HYDROGEN!What we are craving for? We may be confused and express our mental state with abhor Not knowing the matter In its state to comprehend its clatter We cannot see in our naked eye atom Can we dare to fathom its availability in our...
Comments02/06/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.awe, fallen in love, forever, with nature
- Producer30/05/2017CRY OF THE FETUS!Ramen is anxiously walking in front of the corridor of the labor room of a rural health center, praying God for a boy child. Four consecutive delivery, Ramen’s wife Ramala delivered girl child which immensely vexed Ramen. Being uneducated, he...
Comments30/05/2017 #9 Ian WeinbergThanks for this absorbing narrative @debasish majumder Yes indeed, the ways of the universe are infinite and we, insignificant beings, are like corks upon a stormy sea. Only through understanding, clarity and gratitude can we achieve some degree of acceptance of the Great Dynamic.30/05/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.I see it as a beautiful reminder that each life counts, thank you @debasish majumder30/05/2017 #6 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @debasish majumder- a sad story not in India, but all over developing countries. The parents responsibilities grow with time and earning of adequate incomes to meet the increasing social hysteria are becoming unbearable. How could university graduates get married without the help of parents. WE made business out of marriages. How many marriages fell apart because of debts inherited from meeting social jealousy-based demands? The frightening thing is that these demands never stop escalating. More tragedies shall come. It is an unfortunate reality.
Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.28/05/2017INTRIGUING LIFE!Sarama, a girl of her mid-thirties, works as a domestic help to number of houses, majority of them are from affluent class and offers handsome financial package to her as remuneration from which she maintains her livelihood. At a very tender age,...
Comments28/05/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love this one, full of wisdom, please combine them in a big book of all your stories!!!!
- ProducerMANUFACTURED DESTINY? A CONUNDRUM!A place, extremely remote rural area, where nature has endowed her all bounty along with flora and fauna, making the place an alluring one, precisely for the beauty being dispensed eternally and abundantly by the nature. The place is being...
Comments25/05/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.agree with @Pascal Derrien it happens in real in parts of the world, but you have written in a masterful way
- ProducerOBITUARY OF GRATITUDE!Once I have been asked While having an encounter with fracas With an agitating bent of mind A man, hailing from human society being entwined Reaching to higher echelon with gleam Ignoring people, who sent him to such elevated...
Comments22/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful! there is something about gratitude, whenever we tap into it, we shift and see things in a much different way @debasish majumder
- Producer19/05/2017Part Three: You can take science out of philosophy, but.....Image credit: Wikipedia .....you can't take philosophy out of science.* INTRODUCTIONIn a discussion that was taking place recently on beBee, Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee wrote; “…the many buzzes that we inspired between us I shall not be...
Comments28/05/2017 #20 Sara Jacobovici#19 Welcome back @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! Great question! I am influenced by things that take place around me and my internal experiences. My "core"/self identity remains the same. In other words, I do not change with the changes. I am an observer and I am able to pause, and consider my response and interaction. Thanks for kick starting the thinking process. Hope you had a great trip!28/05/2017 #19 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI have just arrived from Turkey and the first thing I did is read this super buzz by dear @Sara Jacobovici. This is an extremely worthy buzz and is full of great definitions and examples of spontaneity. I have paused on this part "The “who” I am engages with others and the world around me in the same way; it is the situation that changes, not me". This is a challenging situation for me. Do I change with changes around me? Can I be "fixed" person with all the changes surrounding me? This is a matter for serious thinking. I hope that readers would reflect on it.20/05/2017 #18 Sara Jacobovici#15 I appreciate and "get" your comment and the expanded perspective @Harvey Lloyd. Great "call to action": "Please disagree, i enjoy the discussion as we either merge our perspectives or merely share a different one. Exploration of perspectives is the true border of discovery." Agreed! (pun intended)20/05/2017 #15 Harvey Lloyd#8 I agree with your disagreement. When we look at spontaneity from the perspective and definition you prescribed. I am quite the visual person. Maybe acutely. I don't see one playground but many. You aptly described the various playgrounds we can find ourselves and others engaged. Judgement, apathetic criticism and the others. For me i cant be on one playground and act as i am on another. The judgement playground keeps me from the playground where spontaneity can happen.
If i say yes to something, what am i saying no too? Was a profound question put to me by a mentor who wanted me to understand that in the presence of yes/no, judgement or the other features you pointed out what is being obscured or being said no too?
It is from this perspective that i look at the critical features that zap spontaneity and say that if judgement exists then spontaneity will be difficult to achieve. Everything that is seen or discussed will have to satisfy the judgment criteria first.
I also want to say that i am defining spontaneity with a very fine scope of seeking wisdom or answers to current questions. Not frolicking and being spontaneous for detachment purposes. So again i take great liberties with definitions, and often assume everyone got a copy of my dictionary.
Please disagree, i enjoy the discussion as we either merge our perspectives or merely share a different one. Exploration of perspectives is the true border of discovery.20/05/2017 #13 namita sinha@Sara Jacobovici ..I find this post , a rare amalgamation of aspects of physics, psychology and creativity , all interwoven with your efforts and clarity of thinking , to make a free flowing article - easily to understand and assimilate .. This post has illuminated the idea of "Spontaneity"..with such brilliance, that I now understand the act of Spontaneity as a rare gift, one of great value and essence in our overall existence ! Valuable insights and a writing for keeps to be referred to even in future ! Thanks !19/05/2017 #12 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador@Sara Jacobovici, I am delighted that you took the time and effort to expand on spontaneity. It's posts like this that bring even a broader understanding of a thought-provoking subject, while it is fresh in our minds.
I agree the definition of spontaneity is open-ended, presenting food-for-thought thus the reason for a most interesting chain of comments.
Thank you for bringing this post to my attention and I am on my way to Part Two.19/05/2017 #8 Sara Jacobovici#6 I always look forward to a @Harvey Lloyd comment. I find your comments unique and thought provoking Let me just say, I am not into the compartmentalization of learning and definitions of words. Learning is a lifetime process and we learn as long as we have an open mind and a passion to learn. The rules of grammar, so to speak, can be helpful at times, as tools, not as a substitute for thinking. I love how you move nouns into verbs. This inspires me to look at words through movement. I once wrote about how the verb "to allow", in fact means not doing anything. So here is a verb that moves towards stillness. Now, to the topic at hand, as @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee reminds me, disagreement is natural and adds to the discussion. So Harvey, I have to respectfully disagree with your description of spontaneity as providing us a "playground of otherwise off limit areas of our brain when the rules are in play." I think the cessation of destructive criticism, suspension of judgment, censorship, and even fear, are some factors that contribute to our having the "freedom" to be in the space of that playground, but that playground does not exist because of spontaneity. That playground comes from our innate ability to explore and be curious, and our sense of safety that we developed over time and with experience, to identify the boundaries in which that exploration can take place. Thank you for contributing to "extending and growing" my thinking.19/05/2017 #6 Harvey LloydVery interesting points concerning how we take liberties in expressing and expanding a definition into a concept. I would ask for forgiveness as i did not attend any higher education so i do take great liberties in defining words.
The fractal nature of our being tends to define a ridged existence along certain paths that give us a reflection. Ergo @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA question. The one of control. Spontaneity provides us a play ground of otherwise off limit areas of our brain when the rules are in play.
My definition of Spontaneity does step outside the box of Webster too describe the outcome and journey. What spontaneity can lead too, if you will. One of my faults is carrying nouns into the realm of action. I get called on it from my dictionary happy educator friends. By doing so though i am not tied to the definition myself, but can grow out from it. This is confusing when i take a noun and drive it down the road to a conclusion that presents the word as a verb.
In taking a crack at Chris's question i would submit yes that spontaneity is a state of mind, represented in action to others, and a choice. I also believe that we don't find success, success finds us because of this state of mind. A play on words? Maybe? I see many people looking, who are unprepared for success and i see many who are creating an environment where success will visit. Depending on which of these views you accept will have cause and effect on your spontaneity.
Thanks @Sara Jacobovici for extending and growing this concept of understanding our paradigm.19/05/2017 #5 Sara Jacobovici#4 If you forgive mine.#3 Your question, as always @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA, is a wise one. Everything you say is right; spontaneity has a lot to do with personality and yes, there seems to be a contradiction in the concept of having "a deliberate control over spontaneous behaviour." So first, re personality. I see this as a reinforcement to spontaneity being an ability we develop as we mature. Our initial mode of operation is very impulsive. Only when we begin to develop a sense of time, to delay gratification, to understand stops and starts, and so on, do we choose, based on our personality type, to be more or less spontaneous. The contradiction is more of a paradox; spontaneity is time bound. We either make time for spontaneity or not. Because by the time we can be spontaneous, we have more control over the "when", we are then able to be "free" within the constraints of time. Thanks for your valuable contribution to this discussion Chris.19/05/2017 #3 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SAThanks for this very illuminating expabsipn to the duscussion @Sara Jacobovici. I found your expert articulation of the differences between impulsive and spontaneous behavior and fully resonate with your explanation. Would you then say one has deliberate control over spontaneous behaviour..."I will act spontaneously tomorrow" for example? This would appear to be a contradiction in terms but seems logical given your explanation that spontaneity lies within rational adult conciousness.I had always assumed that spontaneous qualities were a product of personality rather than of tge exercise of ones will.
- Producer15/05/2017EXTRAPOLATION OF SUCCESS!‘What you are writing Ramesh?’ Ramala asked. Ramesh replied,’ you won’t be able to realize.’ ‘If I cannot realize then what is the point of writing? Uselessly wasting time! Do something, out of which I along with our kids could understand and...
Comments15/05/2017 #13 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorIt is unfortunate that many gifted writers and artists are not appreciated while they are living. They miss out on the rewards of their hard work whether it be appreciation or financial gain. @debasish majumder, your post sends a worthy message that we need to live in the now and to show our appreciation for one another.15/05/2017 #12 Ian WeinbergGreat narrative @debasish majumder While it is true that many a 'shining star' of inspiration has only been fully appreciated after their passing, we need to still acknowledge the need for value contribution in this physical dimension. Value contribution can be defined as 'making something better than it was before engaging with it'. And so we need first to contribute value to ourselves - aspiring to personal creativity and being the best that we can be. And then contributing value to those close to us or dependent upon us. Finally, contributing value to the extended environment. This incorporates 'balance' - balance of creativity versus duty.15/05/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.@debasish majumder you are a book of honey bee, what a wonderful post. Thank you for your gift.15/05/2017 #8 Chas ✌️ Wyatt"We live under clouds, which sometimes close and make us gloomy, and sometimes open to give a glimpse of the glory beyond. It is vain to be impatient and angry with this; resentment will never scatter the mist or disperse a cloud, whether it be in the world revealed by the sense, or by the spirit." ~Alfred Rowland, "The Clouds: God's Angels of the Sea," in The Sunday Magazine (London), 1884.15/05/2017 #7 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@debasish majumder- you wrote in this compelling and heart-saddening story "Few weeks later, out of Ramesh’s best novel, which eventually appeared to the stand, helping Ramesh to emerge as a new star in the domain of country’s literature". I can safely tell you that you are equally qualified t be the same. March on
- Producer11/05/2017The choice to be "in" balance.Image credit: Pinterest Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee phrased the core question of his buzz, Going to the Extreme Effect, in the following way: "Why then go to the extreme when we could...
Comments11/05/2017 #3 Sara Jacobovici#1 #2 Thank you for your added value to this discussion @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee and excited to see where you are heading with this. Just a quick gut feeling note (may be out of context to your questions); movement continues to take place in stillness and as long as we continue to sense the vibrations connected to movement, we can continue to move.11/05/2017 #2 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeePart 2
Of special interest to me is also the quote of Roger Cole "Being stuck means there is no movement; we have stopped making choices. They only "way" to get us moving out of the stuck place is to choose to move".
Now, you bring a new issue dear Sara and I think this is the theme of my next buzz. The issue of plants for they don't move. Do they have choices? Are there choices in stillness? Do we move if we lose our senses? If so, are plants also senseless? If not, when can we have choices in stillness?
You provoke my mind again. I see the Ideas Natural Polymeric Chain forming up.
I am honored not only to be mentioned in this great buzz; but also for the way you connected my three of my buzzes together. You make me feel that you were the author of these buzzes. Sara, you are truly amazing.11/05/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeePart 1
@Sara Jacobovici- I shared this buzz on three hives and to my followers. This isn't because I am mentioned several times in this terrific buzz. This is honorable to me; more honorable is to be mentioned in such a high quality buzz.
Some people think that being in balance means death. This untrue in dynamic balances because they allow for choice and movement. The tendency is calling for going to extremes so that disruption would occur. I repeat here that we can have emerging solutions in a dynamic balance. This is more feasible and less destructive option than going to the extreme. This is what I tried to explain in my last three buzzes. Therefore, your writing "Balance, on the other hand is a process rather than a place in which we strive towards equilibrium; we are more in alignment with our responses, we have more options available to us, and our responses are less impulsive and less destructive". This is reinforced in your writing towards the end " Possibilities are created when we are in the process of balance, when we are open to seeing that we are in a place of choice".
- ProducerENIGMA IN EXTREMES!Pigs are amazing creature in natureThey fight among themselves with sharp teethThey themselves break it to existBy virtue of nature’s selectionThey eventually exist with jubilationThey adapt themselves to avoid from extinctionThus extreme of nature...
Comments10/05/2017 #15 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI am not the one to write on pigs dear @debasish majumder> I want to welcome the comment of @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee and her writing " give yourself the best conditions so you grow strong and beautiful, and if your conditions have not been good, change them". This is very true.09/05/2017 #13 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeyes deep in ourselves are seeds waiting to germinate - these seeds will grow no matter what conditions, they may grow stunted and weak and still have beauty, or strong and resilient, - give yourself the best conditions so you grow strong and beautiful, and if your conditions have not been good, change them - a late bloomer is just as beautiful as early bloomer, and those who have struggled have great strength.09/05/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.that is soul beautiful @debasish majumder, wise and true. We are all human. One tribe.
- Producer06/05/2017The One Line DetectorI recall my publishing a presentation titled "New profiling approach for employees" in which I addressed the issue of deriving some revealing information about employees by asking one same question. I wished here to try a similar approach by...
Comments08/05/2017 #34 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#33 Thank you dear @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee for expressing your difference with me. You raise a hugely important issue. My answer is knowledge and senses feed each other. IT think it was dear @Sara Jacobovici who wrote that knowledge is one of our senses. By feeding our knowledge we feed our senses.
I had an Arabic editor in the office who was a master in editing. One day he slipped two grammar mistakes. I talked to him and found out that he had no control of grammar except for his senses. Whenever he wrote something that it didn't make sense to him he changed it. His senses were very high, but knowledge was almost nil. Amazing yes, but sometimes we need our knowledge just to enrich our senses.
In English you say, Had before before and had after after. Sometimes my senses fail me, but going back to this rule and my knowledge of it help me.08/05/2017 #33 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeInteresting analysis! But dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I wonder why you used the headline analyser ? What is happening that we defer to an IT program to give us information about whether we sense words are empathic or not? So the headline analyser says x% empathic etc? I would love to have seen more of your personal analysis of the headlines, which you did a little when you were surprised by the result in some cases. I just see an importance for us to keep developing our own sensory acuity. If we use IT programs as one source of information, but not the only source of information . I wonder whether we are giving away our power and our sense of seeing patterns ourselves the more we defer to IT programs. Asked with curiosity.07/05/2017 #28 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI checked out http://www.aminstitute.com/cgi-bin/headline.cgi and ran some headlines through it. Does provoke thinking about how we go about creating a headline for attracting interest. The one line power that is absolute is that which is packed with meaning. Sometimes it is just one memorable line in a sea of average, but really bright people can summarize thought to the quintessential point. That this site is a marketing sight speaks to the one-line world we have inherited and values this.07/05/2017 #27 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Jerry Fletcher- You are spot on, Jerry. I tried the same using different titles for one of my presentations and which one to use. Here is the link:
The effort is worthy.07/05/2017 #26 Jerry FletcherAli,
Thanks for bringing the headline analyzer to my attention. I ran several headlines through it that I have track records on and do not completely agree with the findings as the supreme test of any headline is whether the reader stays with you and then takes the desired action. However, one headline that generated so much demand for the product that capacity had to be tripled proved a winner in the analyzer as well. I think it might be an interesting way to refine a selection of headlines and will try that over the next month or so.07/05/2017 #25 Jerry FletcherAli,
Thanks for bringing the headline analyzer to my attention. I ran several headlines through it that I have track records on and do not completely agree with the findings as the supreme test of any headline is whether the reader stays with you and then takes the desired action. However, one headline that generated so much demand for the product that capacity had to be tripled proved a winner in the analyzer as well. I think it might be an interesting way to refine a selection of headlines and will try that over the next month or so.07/05/2017 #24 Jerry FletcherAli,
Thanks for bringing the headline analyzer to my attention. I ran several headlines through it that I have track records on and do not completely agree with the findings as the supreme test of any headline is whether the reader stays with you and then takes the desired action. However, one headline that generated so much demand for the product that capacity had to be tripled proved a winner in the analyzer as well. I think it might be an interesting way to refine aselction of headlines and will try that over the next month or so.07/05/2017 #23 Jerry FletcherAli,
Thanks for bringing the headline analyzer to my attention. I ran several headlines through it that I have track records on and do not completely agree with the findings as the supreme test of any headline is whether the reader stays with you and then takes the desired action. However, one headline that generated so much demand for the product that capacity had to be tripled proved a winner in the analyzer as well. I think it might be an interesting way to refine a selection of headlines and will try that over the next month or so.06/05/2017 #20 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#17 I don't disagree with you dear @Fatima Williams. The clarity of writing and making what we write understable requires different set of tools. For me, I care foremost to improve my understanding through the process of writing. In addition, if I can also make my buzz more attractive then this is a bonus.06/05/2017 #19 Gert Scholtz@Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee This is really interesting Ali. I looked at the site and saw a score of 30% is actually a high score. Ultimately the site analysis might be too generic - good headlines depends much on the reading audience and type of piece in my view. Thank you for an interesting buzz and for the mention!06/05/2017 #17 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsImprove the content of the attraction of what we write. Quite an interesting analysis @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeanani Do these analysis take into consideration the message the writing intended to deliver. Attraction and understanding fall under two different categories. If attraction is the cruz understanding may or may not be achieved but forgive me I may be wrong I am more concerned with authenticity with understanding in writing than attraction with understanding. I don't know if I’m on the same page here. You talk about intellectual, spiritual, and empathetic. Which catergory does authenticity and understanding fall under. I’m quite confused with this analysis.