- Producer12/10/2016LoveA sneak preview of a poem from my new bookLove is a contractIt's not pay as you goIt's about two people and the emotions they showTogether forever through thick and thinTwo hearts entwined beating withinFor richer or poorer in sickness and in...
- Producer10/09/2016TALE OF A POET!I am a poet, whose passion is writing poetry To quench the thirst of majority Bringing joviality to refurbish their faculty Yet, struggling is my perpetual companion Drudgery, poverty is synonymous to me as aphelion Far from...
Comments15/09/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 So true, Right? (Oh! I need to make my way over to you ~ ask @debasish majumder ~ I'm sorry I'm running late these days! Are you on Twitter, @Aurorasa Sima? A bunch of us Tweet every day & we need to get the #GoodWomenProject lol @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood - is that an oxymoron? ;-) Madly kidding! Yanking your chain! But seriously, @Aurorasa Sima, @Renée 🐝 Cormier, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, @Sara Jacobovici, @Michele Williams... where do we go? Perhaps Matt or @David B. Grinberg knows?10/09/2016 #1 Ali AnaniI became furious, ‘then why I am running out of money?’
‘Sir, this might be the poet’s destiny!’
Dear @debasish majumder- it is not any more the poet's' destiny alone. It is amazing when we need poetry to wash our souls and remove irritating ideas from them that we become overly irritated to forget the natural medicine in poetry. Even our poetry turns irritated.
Your poem reflects beautifully an ugly situation.
- Producer07/09/2016Epic Town Wicked Downcontemporary artists crying tears of fears createGoogle reminiscence made downtown historyafront the tallest bean stalk Houston Towers can barelymake out the image but that tiny puddle with an orange conetransmogrified the rain reflecting the whole...
- Producer07/09/2016Plagiarizing Shady MenaceThe night we walk with Satan by day really seeingHim speak what strives himKeeping the Peacemaker heardKarma churned slumber sparrowall night long devastated effacedshunned miraculously fingeredJustified getting brain infestedburning in a bed made...
- Producer29/08/2016The Unofficial Guide to beBee Jargon for Beginners or Busy Bees Hey all you buzz heads out there; this is Bo Buzzbee with your, unofficial and totally unsanctioned, Guide to beBee Jargon for beginners. It’s about time someone came up with a list like this and who better than a total smart-spiracle like me eh?...
Comments27/02/2017 #56 Jim AbleHey, watch it there, Bro Bo, when you talk about bee-in a ZorroBee. That characterization is already taken. But to compensate you for your disappointment, I am sharing this piece to my network and the maximum number of hives allowed. Of course, it remains to be see whether that association helps you on beBee or becomes the kiss death, hoisted on your own petard. https://www.bebee.com/@jim-able23/10/2016 #44 Michael D. Davis#43 Thank you for your comments and adding to the discussion Don! Thanks for following me here on beBee as well. I hope you have an opportunity to take a look at The Daily Chalkboard hive sometime. It's the "honey" I enjoy spreading more than any other on this new affinity social network.06/09/2016 #40 Mohammad Azam Khan#35 Short of that, and when required, beBee has the honey and the buzz and boBee and whatnot is not available, it's just that @Dean Owen is possibly looking for a catchy phrase for the comments. Bees communication, there's the waggle bee dance or waggle dance or waggle in short.
- 04/09/2016@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD i love u ty for this xxx
- Producer03/09/2016Deposits of Wreath no star shined for days and nightsLong Gone made invisible in responseAll the times who cares about it concededfamily generated alpha wealth went hamdoing rails throwing down huge milesentrepunuer wanabes tryin to act ballerhard knox got played in...
- Producer30/08/2016Seeing Beyond The Looking Artwork by Savvy Raj Title : Intersection www.savvyraj.comThe Art of Science & The Science of Art. There is more science in art than we ever will know and there is more art in science than we can ever sense.Yes, everyone is entitled to a...
Comments30/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDOh, @Savvy Raj! Where have I been hiding? I need to view all of your articles now!!! Love love love the letter to Einstein & the image is WoW! Fantastic! I'm starting a Contest: "Pic the Poem for the Pic" to spur both photographers & artists on to stimulate both poets and writers 'busting out' into poetry! Please be on the look out and I'll Tag you when I make the Contest! You'll present pics & we'll write poetry to match. Photographer 'picks' the best poem! ~mags
- 30/08/2016I squander my time in a dark cafe, all around a Life & Buzz
but with me there is cold coffee, faint musak, and distant stares
My fingers dance an epileptic tantrum to nowhere, dull rants
Scrolling, Trolling, looking for a fight ~ pissing on the left & right
Rearranging chairs at an empty banquet, thinking it matters
All the nobodies waiting & hungry to see me perform my 'Clown'
happen as they do - life without edit.
- 30/08/2016beBee USAbeBee USA Promoting USA by spreading the honey. Post your buzz here and encourage others to join beBee; Encourage your family and friends to sign up. Javier and Juan are working hard to make this the greatest network ever.
- Producer29/08/2016Butterfly on Wings/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Welcoming Photographer and Extreme Twitter-er, Enzo Christopher from Twitter as a new Bee. Entranced by his colors and gifts to others, I only communicated with Enzo about twice,...
Comments03/09/2016 #21 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#16 Great question. It is evolving but I mentioned it to be inclusive, as a bee would do. For surely, we are embarking on a new dance of the bees....I'm asking people to Subscribe to my blog here on beBee and Follow me, otherwise I'll have to rely on my 'Un-Memory.' lol. I'll be working on this carefully!02/09/2016 #14 WILLIAM C. BALLARD IIRemember, "THIS IS THE WORK OF GOD, THAT YE BELIEVE ON HIM WHOM HE HATH SENT JOHN 6:29" For no brush touched my hands before my boy passed in 2012, Then standing in my boys place in His church, never stood, did the SPIRIT OF CHRIST said "PAINT". To give a forum of peace to the world, very young am I at 58. Godbless31/08/2016 #8 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#7 @Salma Rodriguez: I will! Of Course! I'm drawing it up now ~ but I also see it as a good time for bees to donate Prizes! So my first Buzz will be a Request for Donations! ;) Please Subscribe to get an email for all my Posts ~ then I can write more and not have to make exhaustive Lists of 'cc's :). Loving Dr Ali @Ali Anani for Stirring this On!29/08/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 Yes, you have stirred me along my beloved @Ali Anani! And such is only fair to the Fractals Forever (We're still working the 'To Infinity & Beyond! quote we need to make up! ~ will see if @Ben Pinto can work on a Contest for a beBee Quote with me)! See? Fractal again! ~29/08/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 "Butterfly bug is having intense hug!" Love that! You may remember Dr Ali @Ali Anani was saying I should keep writing poetry to 'match' a picture or a sketch. So in light of the flight of ideas on Fractals Forever, and Dr Anani in particular, I'm going to Host, "Pic a Poem to Go with a Pic" as a Poet's Challenge to write a Poem for a particular artist's drawing or photograph. Artist includes @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II and so far I have Photographers @Enzo Christopher and @Ali Kamil Temizel .... just thought of this today. ;) Will write a Buzz soon. !29/08/2016 #2 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 Isn't this sweet, @prabhakara rao rajarapu? I have another Dedication, too, an artist's painting done by @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II! I am starting a Trend no...a Contest: Poets write a poem to 'go' with an image or piece of Art> So this is an Example that @Ali Anani, PhD. and I had ample time to discuss previously. Welcoming Authors just bustin' out to poetry, to write with inspiration given by an image or a painting! WoW. This should be fun @debasish majumder, @Salma Rodriguez, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, @Dean Owen, @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood, @John White, MBA, @Juan Imaz - celebrating beBee to the USA! ~American Style~ American honey bee Style!
- Producer04/08/2016Streams of Gold/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Dedicated to Naeem Masih for inspiring this poem of the world, through his article, Our Hope for Glory. Let us see and begin anew, ...
Comments06/08/2016 #9 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#7 You are so entirely gracious, @mohammed khalaf, knowing you as I know you. ((thank you)). I thought of you and your family here, getting the most of what is available, and somehow that nagging feeling keeps gripping at me, that the doctors aren't where they're supposed to be, or they are missing something that smells like roses, right under their noses. How medical care differs from place to place.....and how much it matters. This is what patters my heart. For you.05/08/2016 #6 Naeem Masih#1 Amen dear Sister Thanks so much for nice sharing about me thanks so much we are waiting for children material because they just passed the exams so they need new stuff and material for schooling I request to all Brothers and Sisters that pray for us that Lord will make provision soon blessings to all of our Dear Friend05/08/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 My sweet Dr Anani...You really, truly got the depth poem...I didn't mention the word, "water" exactly so, but I tried to fit it in the puzzle, and it wouldn't go. So I left it to the thoughts of the reader alone, and look! You found it! The stream under that huge gold stone! We are on the same wavelength indeed...such a mystery to behold ~ also, more valuable than gold... #3 Oh my poetry friend, if I had not seen so much in life and death, I would never have attained such depth...thank you for seeing the unseen, the invisible once again. #4 We've all been through our pain, yes? And what is there to gain? Good for the next person, growth inside, naught to worsen. Makes us who we are, able to touch a soul from afar. Thank you for letting it be so.04/08/2016 #2 Ali Ananie value gold more than water. Just imagine somebody lost in a desert and finds a water bottle and gold while feeling very thirsty- which one would this person opt for? Thank you dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD View moree value gold more than water. Just imagine somebody lost in a desert and finds a water bottle and gold while feeling very thirsty- which one would this person opt for? Thank you dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD for your humanly-written post and for reminding us where true values are. Close04/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Naeem Masih: Dedicated to you, this poem was inspired by your story on Glory. You got me thinking about how in the most isolated and poor countries, women have babies in the fields. The world looks at gold while the babies and mommies are there, every day, without prenatal care. I also wrote a Medical Review: Breech Birth. Thank you for inspiring the wiring in my strained brain. We are all here To Serve. God Bless You All. @Randy Smith, @Mandi Loren, @Ray Looker, @debasish majumder, @Ali Anani
- Producer03/08/2016The Tempest and the RyeI am not alone, so long as you and I together castOur mighty thoughts onto a worldSo vastly cover by a stew unmade.I love you not, for love is in our thoughts.With the propensity of overcastingSlaught and draught, beginnings ending rather soon,Thou,...
- Producer29/07/2016The Arabesque for my Sweet MargaretThe secret's well enclosed in arabesque.These towers made of clay forever letRecapulate the times I've found a deskTo wrap the dream of my sweet Margaret."Oh, please don't go. 'Tis no romance, you see?"A ferris wheel of mem'ries mine and...
Comments13/08/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 I was away for a little after not doing well...rather 'crashed' from my illness and drew a sketch & then wrote a poem. Thinking that here we are not knowing we could write poetry...and it is Dr @Ali Anani View more#2 I was away for a little after not doing well...rather 'crashed' from my illness and drew a sketch & then wrote a poem. Thinking that here we are not knowing we could write poetry...and it is Dr @Ali Anani who spurs on the recognition so deeply. I thought I shared the sketch/poem here...hey, brain injury hit - so I'll have to go find it in Hive Selim Yeniceri Official Fan Club! ~ you should join! Close06/08/2016 #2 Salma RodriguezThank you, @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. This came from the soul. I heard the Arabesque sing to me, telling me to convey her story. She speaks to me from the past. This entire sonnet is a metaphor. Interpret as your heart tells you, same for @Selim Yeniçeri. I hope to cover more stories from the past, present and future!05/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDI am in disbelief that you flipped upward an old leaf. The tales of old, stories untold, dreams that would have been, that could have seen the water and the ice, the mellow and the cold. Now, you are "Sweet Salma." My true love @Selim Yeniçeri View moreI am in disbelief that you flipped upward an old leaf. The tales of old, stories untold, dreams that would have been, that could have seen the water and the ice, the mellow and the cold. Now, you are "Sweet Salma." My true love @Selim Yeniçeri, awakens anew. Thank you so much for opening your heart and the arabesque is only just as topically picturesque as a lily on a pond. Keep writing your poems, my friend. Sing on! Like the Phantom of the Opera who lives inside and is the Great Teacher, Sing ON! Close
- Producer23/07/2016The Gift at Bay/ by Dr Margaret Aranda /Stirred up by Poet Hervé Sabattier, from his piece, Notre Bannière. Poem dedicated to Selim Yeniçeri Image 1. The Love that will Climb any Mountain and Slay any Dragon. Just to be with the one he loves. ...
Comments04/08/2016 #18 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#17 Hence, my love, I came from far away on the other side of a traveling Hive, from a Buzz from above that all leads to love.....and then back again. I came back specifically to find you, only to find that you had found me, too! How did we do that? Did our words begat? Oh, for the soul to know the depths and lengths and heights of where we go next ~ to higher plights as love takes different forms and sights! Come along! Don't be long (...and I'll warn you to be strong!)! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@vivian-chapman/the-relationship-of-divorce04/08/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 @Hervé Sabattier: Wondering and pondering on your literal romance, the dance of the French poet who unbeknowingst led Americans to savor his chivalry and wait for his delivery: a translation in English for disabled women to covet. When, fine sir, shall you have it? We wait with baited breath!04/08/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#10 #13 #4 #11 #14 You all overwhelm me with this romantic quest to discover the heart of romance. It isn't by chance that Dr @Ali Anani has many Buzzes about love....my final answer that seemed to spart the heart is here, raw and unleashed: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/the-summer-hail-storm-of-love / I hope that gives you an idea. Let us know what you think, both here and there! Love to ya! All! Muaahhh!24/07/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDcc to MEMOIR MADNESS: @Randy Keho, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Brian McKenzie, @Melissa Hefferman, @Max Carter, @Pamela 🐝 Williams, @Ray Looker, @debasish majumder, @Anees Zaidi, @Mohammed A. Jawad, @Madeline Anderson-Balmer, @Nicholas Fester, and sorry brain injury to anyone else I may have missed.24/07/2016 #4 Hervé SabattierMargaret, you didn't ruin my poem at all and your interpretation in "The Gift at Bay" is really nice and talented and shares the same spirit. Google did actually ruin the poem and if you give me a few days I will write a comprehensive and still poetic translation of "Notre Bannière" in full, for you and for your ladies friends.24/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 Awe, @Hervé Sabattier, you sure are being awfully kind. I'm sorry I ruined your poem in French, and was wondering if you could please translate it for us. I know there are others, many millions of women actually, that have been bereft and left by boyfriends and lovers, when the woman was no longer 'able' but disabled. I am honored that you would even consider this request, but don't do it just for me, as there are so many more that need your best.
- Producer16/04/2016Blank Verse Poem for the BeeHello there, little bee, so kind and sweet.The world is in our hands! Oh, can't you see?The meager taste of Prussian candy caneAround thy little nose would be distilled,Within the premises of Otto and his gale, destroyed,And lighting over sea, a...
Comments06/08/2016 #14 Anees Zaidi@Salma Rodriguez your first name is SALMA. In Arabic it means 'peaceful'. Only a peaceful mind can produce such a creative work. "True freedom, with no strings, returns our cheer" You are so right freedom to be cheerful should be devoid of any strings whatsoever. I concur with brother @Ali Anani you are a born poet dear Salma. Thanks @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD for bringing this beautiful composition to my notice.06/08/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#10 OH, my friend, I shall be just as you! This bee thrives on mentioning the misunderstood, good, invisibly ill, 'unskilled,' fractal, practical, poverty-stricken and that which glistens. For I am a spirit, a mother, scientist, philosopher, doctor, author, inventor, crocheter, pianist, cosmetologist, people-connector, healer, artist, fartist, gardener, landscaper, manual laborer, brain-un-enslaver! All gift of God, and YES! ✅ you need to use all! Personally, I 'use it all' here on beBee, connecting to different Hives with varying tunes to jive with my ears and my tears. So write! Expository writing, poetry, fractal...write it all! Then, you shall beee it all!🎵 @debasish majumder, @Anees Zaidi, @Mohammed A. Jawad, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Ali Anani! 🎵25/07/2016 #10 Salma Rodriguez#9 Please, do not mention what is so often misunderstood. As medical scientist, you may have heard about the recent hypothesis that there is no left/right side of the brain! There is a corpus callosum, connecting both hemispheres of the cerebral cortex, but there may just be one cortex! I once applied to a job as data scientist, trying to help understand the cortical functions of the brain, looking for canonical microcircuits and what that has to say to the PI and students working at the lab. I only turned down the offer because I was unable to be both at Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience and IBM Poughkeepsie. I'm sort of an overachiever. I wish to be in two places at once, maybe three, but cannot do it! I want to be the artist, the mathematician, the poet, the engineer, the architect, and all of these things! I simply do not have enough to do. Should I write more poetry? Contemplate the meaning of life? Both? Finish a philosophical work. All three?25/07/2016 #9 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 The scientist in me has published manuscripts and medical expository writing galore, and it is good to free the mind of that which is naturally blind. I'm reading Shakespear's Sonnets, at the behest of @Selim Yeniçeri View more#8 The scientist in me has published manuscripts and medical expository writing galore, and it is good to free the mind of that which is naturally blind. I'm reading Shakespear's Sonnets, at the behest of @Selim Yeniçeri's suggestion (poet, musician, author, and multi-instrument player). At the prompting of @Ali Anani, he's coined "Scientific Poetry" or "Fractal Poetry" or "Mathematical Poetry"...to let us use both sides of our brain. We have to be diligent to persevere and hone our skills, traveling through the brush over and over will only serve to make the road softer. We will eventually be smooth, so that is no bother. Just keep BIC (Butt in Chair) and write every day! That is the flutter of which flutterbies buzz! Join us in my Writing Challenge as a first exercise: 🌺Starting Line: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/starting-line-writing-challenge-memoir-madness-is-on . And then look at our Ages, one by one in the Hive pointed out. Now go, my poet beee, and bee the best you can beeee by doing what other see in you...and you know it's inside. Just do it! Close22/07/2016 #8 Salma Rodriguez#7 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, the poet in me has been out since 2015 ;-) I have simply had trouble communicating :-/ You fill me with new hope! Thank you (^.^) I am involved in too much research, thinking too much... I can't think so much when it comes to poetry. You are absolutely right! Just "[l]et the poet come out" and just beeeeeeee... I guess I am a musical poet. I also wanted to be a poetic musician, but I had trouble keeping my instrument.22/07/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 Please don't say thing that you don't mean....I want you to be a 'true' bee and count on your wings! Please! Oh Please! You have already entered our minds and found things that others find together in our own menagerie of rhythm and rhyme.....don't think so hard that it takes too much time! Let the poet come out as he will...as you have done here, it is already inside.22/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Cow! @Salma Rodriguez, another scientist who writes poetry! Yowsa! Soothing poem..I put it in my Poetry Hive ( https://www.bebee.com/group/dr-margaret-aranda-poetry ) which is meant for fractal thinking, inspired by @Ali Anani, Ph.D. Oh, you will Love Love his works! And @debasish majumder and @Anees Zaidi and @mohammed khalaf and @A. hussain Mohammed too....Too excited to think of more! Please post your poems to Fractal Thinking, too! Oh. and I put it in my personal Hive for people I bring in ( https://www.bebee.com/group/dr-margaret-aranda-newbeez ) to show the fantastic variety of writings here. So you're cordially invited to Join In and hone your writing skills in! Please do my Writing Challenge: * Please, would you ☮#1 ~ Join Hive here? https://www.bebee.com/group/dr-margaret-aranda-stirring-authors-along
☮#2 ~ Here's the starting line!
☮#3 ~Here are my examples for your valued read (& review); please read and join with us, too?
Age 1: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/age-1-a-baby-in-the-sky-for-father-s-day
Age 2: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/the-making-of-a-woman-intensivist-age-2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Pretty please with E = m c 2 on top? lol!
Comments24/07/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 Amen! Caring for animals is nurturing a helpless being with instinct and survival skills inherent in woman and man, too. We must care. We walk the earth with them....or, do they walk the earth with us? ....or, do we Walk the earth together? Think about it.....great thinking here, thank you for your Comment!21/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDIt is all so awesomely beautiful: the words, animals, even the cracked dry ground hungering for water. Just let it be known that white tigers are disabled. Today, many continue to genetically alter their production to foster the look, while the white tiger turns blind in the youth of viewing a brook. So let us take care that what we see is not always there. What matters most, as you so elegantly post, @Ariaa Jaeger, is that we are one with them and we need to have utmost respect. Amen>
Comments22/07/2016 #8 AnonymousIl giorno di oggi non si ripeterà. Vive ogni momento Intensamente, questo non significa alla follia, ma coccolando ogni situazione. Ascoltando ogni collega, cercando di eseguire ogni sogno positivo, cercando il successo degli altri. fai un esami della materia fondamentale: l'amore. in modo che un giorno non piangi per aver sprecato egoisticamente la capacità di amare e dare vita.21/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDMy loose translation, without 'Google Translate:' "The day does not revolve or repeat. Live in the moment, every moment, without the need for applause; it does not matter the situation, listening with your companions, understanding and realizing every positive time, watching one another's backs; and examining the fundamental signature of life: Love. Then one day, you won't be lamenting over egotistic wasted regrets that you didn't have the capacity to love and give life."
- Producer17/07/2016Perseverance/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / God has so much powerHe can make a flower.First it is a seed,Then maybe a weed.Margaret Aranda, Age 8 But if it grows where no others go,And catches dews of drops,Then it must know that there is no foeThat could ever make...
Comments17/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDSo I was age 8 when I "wrote" my first poem. I remember the words as clearly as if they were whispered into my ear from afar. Still remembering my grandmother's phone number, too, and that was from 1975 - 213-EX6-3836. Is it just me? Does anyone else remember when phone numbers started with two letters? ...haha...I'm aging myself lol.
- 11/07/2016The Nobel Prize is named after Alfred Nobel, a Poet. At http://bit.ly/29zDitt, the Official Site of the Nobel Prize, one can read of his life and his writings, left mostly as scribbles on blank paper as shown in the background image for this Hive.
- Producer11/07/2016Merge to EmergeThe merger of companies and the merger of electron orbitals share many common grounds. Whereas the merger of orbitals lead to successful bonding between two atoms, the merger of two businesses leads to a new and gigantic corporation to emerge,...
Comments14/07/2016 #51 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#50 Dear @Ali Anani and @Sara Jacobovici we are becoming accomplished swimmers. Winning is simply one aspect of swimming. Humility is a part of the checks and balances, for none of us declare ourselves to be wise but we are pure in our practice. When @Edward Lewellen talks about character, what is character but our practice.14/07/2016 #50 Ali Anani#49 My dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit- , you are spot on. I wrote a presentation titled "Comments have Moment(ums) and your comments are not only packed with wisdom, but also have momentum. They carry us into new thinking, visions, undiscovered land and are illuminating. Yes practise what you call for. It is rarely that I respond immediately to your comments because they have depth and I need to swim in their ocean before responding. You are a distinguished man of wisdom.14/07/2016 #49 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#48 Dear @Ali Anani and @Sara Jacobovici IMHO comments are comments, practical wisdom is practical wisdom. When I read your thoughts it is through the lens of practical wisdom. Wisdom has x-ray vision, whereas comments are exactly that, opinions expressed as they have always been expressed since the dawn of newspapers through commentators or commentaries. Comments speak to the world, practical wisdom is meditating on the thinking we observe, to inspire the thinking we think. It is not a Manjit Style but phronesis - something that goes back to the world of ancient Greeks. Happiness comes through virtues is what Aristotle thought about and we just happen to share that virtue. Note how Socrates saw life as questions, this is what I refer to as the good old days :-)14/07/2016 #48 Ali Anani#47 @Sara Jacobovici- I assure you that it is the same line that captured my attention from the response of @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. Our friend Manjit has his own style of writing and I call it the Manjit Style. There is always a surprise for the reader. One more thing is having to read a comment at least twice if written by Manjit because there is something deep behind his words to mine.14/07/2016 #47 Sara Jacobovici#45 As always beautifully articulated from beginning to end @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. "...our balance is a dance between the familiarity of time and the open minded wonder of space." This line holds a special place for me. Thanks Manjit! (On a lighter note, it also gives a new meaning to "Fiddler on the Roof".)13/07/2016 #45 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#44 Dear Sara, before Ali Anani introduced me to electron orbitals, I had very little conception about this idea. Where you say "each space acquires its own state" is what most resonates with me. I can equate time with certainty and in that, the flow from uncertainty, but the conception of space as it is in an electron orbital speaks even more to me. We are not predictable orbits in a world manifested with predictable orbits. What you call "moved by" is to me magic. We share moments of magic and we grow in that magic because like electrons our own path is no longer predictable - like magic we can appear at one point, disappear and appear at a totally different point - we are not bound by ideologies, we are not bound by politics, we are not even bound by certainties. The magic are the questions that move us. This is all space. Yet we are also appreciative of time, time sense, time appreciation, time intelligence. So we know our own terra firma, we know how to become grounded in our discovery. We know the time bounded nature of humanity and the eternity of space that is alpha (cosmos) and omega (quantum). It is here where our balance is a dance between the familiarity of time and the open minded wonder of space. We are electrons of intelligence and lovers of life - for we touch our flow through space, cosmos or quantum.13/07/2016 #44 Sara Jacobovici#42 Dear CityVP Manjit. The following is an attempt to verbalise what I experienced when I read your "comment". I apologise for the rough edges. I have often been moved by your writings, be they articles or comments. This one seems to have moved me into the experience of the integration between time and space. In that space I experience memory, mythology and storytelling as manifestations of time. In this way, each space aguires its own state. "The mythology in electron orbitals is the atomic symbol." Thinking is the energy equivalent to the energy in the space of orbitals. In this way, I am thinking that we are born into the space of the unknown and the imitations/images which occur, take place in the flow from uncertainty to certainty.12/07/2016 #43 Ali Anani#42 Genius response dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. I love the notion of not only space, but also with what we fill it. I have some observations, but I would love first to read the response of @Sara Jacobovici for she is more directly involved in this brain-raising (and not only hair-raising) response.12/07/2016 #42 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#23 Memory and communication is at the heart of what @Sara Jacobovici engages in helping people overcome great challenges in her profession. It is also at the heart of projections of success, of the values we attach to the creation of meaning. This is the world as we know it. A part of Sara's motivation to be involved in this merging of minds is the creation of space, that space being to think. Having enabled a space to think, we also need other spaces to process, and we indicate that in our comments when our mental bandwidth is exhausted. In her comments Sara spoke metaphorically, and metaphor is its own space.
If we combine memory and communication does it always lead to facts and truth? At an individual level there maybe a aha moment, yet that is another space that precedes insight. In our society the predominant outcome is mythologies. We are a society born of mythologies, whether that is in arts or science. The mythology in electron orbitals is the atomic symbol https://tearstonegraphics.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/atomic.jpg That symbol is a philosophical reality born of mythology when it pertains to electron orbitals.
I am reflecting here that space is important at the human dimension as it is in the sub-atomic level. We do fill this space with the mythological, we do fill it with the philosophical and then a host of emotional components and societal mythos - which is actually an essential part of human storytelling. Where I find myself to be philosophical, I must create space for the unknown - then I have a learning journey. If I am operating from the field of memory, I have already learned that, but does my mind have space for the new? I may well be an imitative being and imitation is the natural expression that fills our society. Am I merely image/imitation? I am that if I am filled with certainty flowing through my body. My response to your question is my total uncertainty.12/07/2016 #36 Ali Anani#34 Dear Jean @Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA- what to say and I am lost of words? You described the journey of learning so ably that I consider your comment as an integral part of the buzz. It is beautifully expressed. It is like a bouquet of flowers touching i may spoil its entity. I want to say Big Thank You, dear Jean12/07/2016 #34 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMAEngaging, on beBee, allows us to reach out, connect and learn from those we may never have the opportunity to personally meet. It also allows us to openly and honestly engage. To share moments and stories of lives well lived such as @Sara Jacobovici View moreEngaging, on beBee, allows us to reach out, connect and learn from those we may never have the opportunity to personally meet. It also allows us to openly and honestly engage. To share moments and stories of lives well lived such as @Sara Jacobovici has; of disappointments and successes - planned or unexpected as has Lisa Gallagher. And, as you Ali Anani, @Anees Zaidi and many others suggest - with the telling of our stories we are personally merging. And as @CityVP 🐝 Manjit suggests - says - merging and emerging. For me - it's so much to discover and learn and so little time. Thanks for another valuable share @Ali Anani; as always it's sincerely appreciated. And thanks to all those who take time to share and comment. Close
- Producer05/07/2016Step Outsideby Dr Margaret ArandaStirred along and spurred to imagination, from the encouragement of @Ali Anani, Ph.D. This is in dedication to him as my very first poem. He told me I could write poetry, and that has never been on my 'map.' So here's to some...
Comments08/07/2016 #24 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#20 I totally admire all that you do...and goodness knows that when a problem is so big that we can't wrap our arms around it, we do need to focus on the most 'invisible' to get the 'cure' going. For without the 'curers' we would all be nowhere. So, hat's off to you! I put it all here: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/focus-on-lecky-harrison-turning-tradegy-into-triumph06/07/2016 #20 Leckey Harrison#15 Burn patients were the hardest. You're correct, @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, that all staff need to be considered in any setting when it comes to trauma. Our nonprofit was designed to serve those that responded to a call, and it was a tough call to leave out the ER folk. Initially though it was designed to help volunteers only, as they have little to nothing in the way of support.06/07/2016 #17 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#16 Exactly Margaret - see the whole. Chief problem of healthcare is how it is divided into parts and then we look at the human body as parts also, Whether it is nurses, firefighters, police, techs, physicians or EMT's - they are all contributors to emergence - which is how I look at emergency.- and that point we truly "step outside".06/07/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#13 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit: by the way, thank you for the article in the nursing journal. Emergency Room nurses and techs are often overlooked while the physicians and EMTs get 'all the attention' on this. We have to see the whole Emergency Room 🚒 , with our eyes. And everyone in it.06/07/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#13 You are right in assessing that First Responders need introspective help on all the ghastly and traumatic human suffering that they witness, and are yet expected to "perform" nonetheless. Without making one mistake, or the current...or the next patient dies. @Leckey Harrison, with all his firefighting experience (and I can tell you that patients with 'burns' are some of the most difficult to manage as a physician...and most survivors of terrible, horrific burns want to commit suicide and wish they had never been resuscitated....we all need help, each one of us. And yes, I don't think that any First Responder gets used to it all. Each day brings the varieties of new flashbacks-in-the-making. But Leckey's expertise is on how we can deal with is thanatophobia & 'melt-down' syndrome...and that is the good news. People care.06/07/2016 #13 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI welcome those in the field of emergency care work to have such outlets that allow themselves to express themselves, for not only do we all depend on every single emergency care worker when we need them most, but because the graphic is hidden from us, we don't get the full sense of the human being who must also face in practice what we will not stomach even as a verbal description. I read a piece just now on thanatophobia (which is death anxiety among emergency workers) http://journals.rcni.com/doi/pdfplus/10.7748/en.23.4.32.e1448 Right at this minute there are emergency care workers involved in life and death situations and unpleasant situations. To expand horizons and think in galactic ways, when human beings find conscious relief in poetry this is a means of touching the galactic ways. There are limits for certain people how they can absorb this reality but as a part of my own learning, for me this is about the emergency care worker and not whether I am personally resilient whenever I am subjected to an account of something I am not used to - as Margaret says well - none of us are.06/07/2016 #12 Randy Keho#11 Serving the less fortunate can be a trip. @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD I taught English on a part-time basis for two years at a state correctional center (medium security prison) while attending graduate school. Inmates from STC (Special Treatment Center) and G-POP (General Population) were segregated everywhere, but in educational unit. If they faked taking their medication, they were a real treat to deal with in class.06/07/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#9 @Randy Keho: Yup. I also did 2 grueling months at the LAC-USC Medical Center's Jail Ward...got the luck of the draw twice. That's where Rodney King was taken. We used to pull out tazer fish-hooks from body searches on handcuffed, arrested patients. We searched through their worn and tattered hair to unscrew them from the scalps...and all the while, the patient was telling us (s)he was HIV positive and wanted to give us AIDS. So we were darting to and fro, avoiding the spit, bites, and gnashing of teeth while making them well. So surreal. I had just thrown my hat up in the air with the rest of my graduating class in 1990, and here I was, wondering what the heck I was doing in a lock-down facility in a heat wave with primarily gang members. Oh, is that the 2nd Buzz now? Oh... the stories.....06/07/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 @Ali Anani, PhD, I realize that I've seen so much more than others...even so much more than I could have ever imagined...but I just reflected on why I wrote the poem, and all the unsaid things that were behind it. So I hoped to bring much deeper depth to the original poem, too...and thank you for validating me, my teacher.05/07/2016 #9 Randy KehoYour poignant poem should be posted in all juvenile rehabilitation centers. @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD My ex-wife was a health unit coordinator in the emergency room of a local hospital. A few of my friends were city cops and state troopers. They also dealt with the realities of "Stop Outside." At the time, gun violence was very rare. Today, my city ranks fifth in the nation for violent crime for cities with a population of 100,000+. One particular neighborhood ranks third. Youthful street gangs randomly shoot at each other, but more often hit innocent bystanders. The emergency room now resembles a M.A.S.H unit.05/07/2016 #8 Ali AnaniThank you @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD for the new introduction and the dedication. As demanding (and even terrifying) reading your introduction is; yest it has two interesting elements that kept me reading. These are your storytelling style combined with poetic description in between. You captured my attention wonderfully.
Dr Margaret Aranda: Poetry~ 100 buzzes
Dedicated to Ali Anani, PhD, the merger of science & fragrance, the essence of a mathematical poet.
Utmost respect for qualities that Dr Anani exudes are shown here: tolerance, perception, analytics, statistics, form, grace and charm (for beginners). Love and affection give the best direction to anything fractal.
Utmost respect for qualities that Dr Anani exudes are shown here: tolerance, perception, analytics, statistics, form, grace and charm (for beginners). Love and affection give the best direction to anything fractal.