Comments13/08/2016 #3 Anonymous#1 I believe! Sometimes, I forget, so I go in my bubble, shut down from the world, noise, and other people's opinions for a few days and reflect, and then I believe even more because that's when the things I think and say show up, often in the strangest ways...... I call it magic! Where's my wand (why yes I have one.ha!). Cheers!
- Producer23/07/2016The Change and Adaptation GapChange is the only constant- this is a paradox that we live in. The constant is turning into variable. To keep up with change all living systems must adapt. We are in a constant wavy motion of change. I made a comment to @Sara Jacobovici In...
Comments27/07/2016 #56 Anees Zaidi#50 Dear brother @Ali Anani the truth is that you are a great discovery for most of us. Your 'affinitize asking' has taken us to our own 'unknown'. You helped us to rediscover our 'self'. Our return 'gifts' are still on the deficit side. But I have great hopes in continuing a learning journey with you.27/07/2016 #53 Anees Zaidi#52 Dear brother @Ali Anani her sentence playing with "Ask' and 'Task' has just stopped my mind working. What a beautiful play with one alphabet 'T' that takes away 'affinity' from the word 'Ask' and make it just a 'Task'. Dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD your are beautifully amazing.27/07/2016 #49 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#47 My beloved teacher, I do all that you ask, for nothing with you is a 'task.' You implore me to delve into myself like never before. Fractal thinking, poetry, and now philosophy shall all be because of "you." For you, my Professor, are the Father of "The Spotlight of Change." Thank you, bless you...I most humbly acquiesce despite my own rumblings of overcoming my own fractal mind hidden inside. Neuroplasticity requires that I track this road, and cement the brain's neurons to think in these different eons. My best thanks to you will be to create in myself the gifts that only you have told me. That will be my gift back to you, Oh Teacher and Mentor!27/07/2016 #47 Ali Anani#45 Now, I have a new suggestion for you dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, which is to write on philosophy. I am very serious.Regarding your philosophical comment, in which you wrote "As we affinitize by capitulating on our ruminations, new creations and inspirations abound", I am truly amazed. I am writing a buzz on Imagination and creativity and I find this segment of your comment sending my mind into new directions27/07/2016 #45 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDMy brain came back to muse, to choose the essence of it all. Humor me, please by allowing me to give it a try: "The Spotlight of Change" has become the evolution of ideas, musings, poetry, mitosis, symbiosis, laminar and turbulent flow of water, windmills, air, and blind kings. All necessary for life. I see the beezz so rightfully spurring on new ideas that culminate in fractals of galactic infinity. As we affinitize by capitulating on our ruminations, new creations and inspirations abound! And this, This...is what makes "beBee" what it is...concentrated honey that is timeless, raw, and pure. Extending beyond the insights, self-reflections and epiphanies lies the self-embraced teamwork of a pace that no other social media platform can replace. It's "To beBee and Beyond!" ~ @Ali Anani, @Lisa Gallagher, @CityVP Manjit, @Brian McKenzie, @Anees Zaidi, @Deb Helfrich, @debasish majumder, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman...and to: beyond2 = "Beyond", logarithmically spiraled into the mathematically 'squared.' Intense.24/07/2016 #39 CityVP ManjitI cannot embrace change if I do not embrace diversity first. It is not that change is the only constant but that as human beings we all change at different rates and in different ways. Once we know the relationship of change to our own way of being then we can let change be. The Arnold Schwarznegger of Change is a different proposition to the Pee-Wee Herman of Change. I need to unoccupy myself of change in order to notice my occupation with change. That is what Manjit or Many? was about, to prescribe a formula for change is to assume that our similarity as human beings is more important. I learn from differences but they are my differences processed by all the factors that make me who I am in this present given minute. A lot may happen in 60 seconds but if I observe change for 60 seconds nothing changes in that observation other than what I am occupied with in that minute.24/07/2016 #38 Antoinette Capasso-BackdahlMeanwhile, where is Saskquatch when you need him? http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=ED-20160723-54204-CAN View moreMeanwhile, where is Saskquatch when you need him? http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=ED-20160723-54204-CAN
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