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  1. ProducerSalma Rodriguez

    Salma Rodriguez

    The Poet and the Punished
    The Poet and the PunishedSalomei was the last human to live her life in perfect harmony, what the Jews call shalom, what the Chinese call the Dao, what the Hindi call saamanjasy or what you may call peace. Her purpose was to---Thought is interrupted by a caller. "Hello?"...
  2. ProducerSalma Rodriguez

    Salma Rodriguez

    My Spiritual Journey
    My Spiritual JourneyFor many years, I have been searching. For what? Not for fairies, spirits of the forestย or angels. Not witches. I was searching for life path numbers and their meaning.What is Your Life Path Number?Recently, I learned that, superficially, I am life...


    Melissa Hefferman
    28/07/2017 #19 Anonymous
    #18 LoL Sugar plum fairies and dreams of numbers danced in my brain as I hitchhiked the galaxy in my sleep last night... I think it may become a story about my being haunted by Oct 3rd and March 17th thanks to y'all! Happy Friday 7/28! ๐Ÿ˜
    Salma Rodriguez
    28/07/2017 #18 Salma Rodriguez
    #17 Where's my blanket? I'm going to bed in a few =P
    Melissa Hefferman
    28/07/2017 #17 Anonymous
    Where's my Towel? ๐Ÿ˜Œ
    Rick Delmonico
    28/07/2017 #16 Rick Delmonico
    #15 The atomic weight of the atoms that make up the genetic code has 37 all over it.
    37 is a star number.
    Salma Rodriguez
    28/07/2017 #15 Salma Rodriguez
    #12 Can you give me an example, Rick? I found 42 can be encoded as 13 dots in braille. Add 6 dots, and you have 19. Why can't the meaning of life be 19? It is silly just basing everything on numbers alone. If only we can connect this to a 'finite' set of 'discrete' events and have a nice Poisson distribution. IMHO, continuous mathematics is very dangerous and should be used responsibly, if used at all. The concept of infinity is also very dangerous.
    Rick Delmonico
    28/07/2017 #14 Rick Delmonico
    #10 Will Computers Take Over the Galaxy?
    Melissa Hefferman
    28/07/2017 #13 Anonymous
    #4 Yes I am! Fascinating stuff to reflect on. I work at understanding my emotions, mostly I feel like this: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2VUJ1WyQIOg And hey, I'm 37 right Now! Witch has strange connotations though. I like to say I'm the Wizard of Love!ha And yes yes yes muuusssiiicccc. I imagine I'm playing my piano when typing at my desk and chatting with all the wonderful people I get to meet at work everyday. :-)
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #12 Rick Delmonico
    #10 Patterns of 37 are written into the DNA code of life.
    Salma Rodriguez
    27/07/2017 #11 Salma Rodriguez
    #6 Yes it does! Absolutely!
    Salma Rodriguez
    27/07/2017 #10 Salma Rodriguez
    #5 37 is witchcraft in a book somewhere, although yea, this can be interpreted differently be different people.
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #9 Rick Delmonico
    #3 When passion sleeps it is but a subtle force, when passion awakens it drives the world and everything in it in ways thst are too sublime and terrible to imagine.
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #8 Rick Delmonico
    #3 When passion sleeps it is but a subtle force, when passion awakens it drives the world and everything in it in ways that are too awesome and terrible to imagine.
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #6 Rick Delmonico
    #3 The emotion realm has more influence than the intellectual realm.
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #5 Rick Delmonico
    #3 it is 37 or 137
    Salma Rodriguez
    27/07/2017 #4 Salma Rodriguez
    #2 Thank you for reading, Melissa. So, you are another master number? That is wonderful! This new age of spiritual machines is not only about AI. Do you remember, I mentioned EI to you earlier? Digging into human emotions is a big challenge, but many people are happier nowadays, thanks to understanding ourselves better. Higher awareness is important. I will try to remember how to play the piano again. Maybe compose something?
    Salma Rodriguez
    27/07/2017 #3 Salma Rodriguez
    #1 The meaning of life is 42! I am not ready to reveal secrets about this number, but you can read more about 42 on Wikipedia, if you'd like. Thank you for your reaction, Rick. I usually don't apply too much sentiment into numbers, but isn't this the purpose of sentiment analysis?
    Melissa Hefferman
    27/07/2017 #2 Anonymous
    I'm a 22 which may or may not mean a single thing except what meaning I decide to ascribe to it. I do so love exploring though and considering all possibilities. I hear the music around me often and frequently believe The Universe speaks in tunes, and music is mostly math, so... who knows? I'll just keep playing. :-) Thank you for the thoughts my friend!
    Rick Delmonico
    27/07/2017 #1 Rick Delmonico
    The brain is always looking for patterns in which to ascribe meaning. So, what is the meaning of life. If you ask ten people, you will get eleven different answers. We are here for a reason, what we value matters, we become what we are connected too. Don't get distracted by numbers, they don't lead anywhere.
    #437 MAJESTY    From the Grace-Paintings  W.C.B.II
    #437 MAJESTY From the Grace-Paintings W.C.B.II Ask yourself to stand by JESUS. Look at the MAJESTY,, A GIFT TO ย mankind. Now ask yourself, what did the angel of light give mankind? ย Almost everything popular today. Now ask yourself, where would be the right place to remember the GIFT GOD GAVE?...
  4. Rick Delmonico

    Rick Delmonico

    Rick Delmonico
    Complete works 5 17
    www.slideshare.net The Fractal Nature of Living Systems Computational Geometry of Space/Time Understanding Reality UNDERSTANDING LOVE Are we alone in the universe? Will...
    GIVING GRACE HERE TO YOU SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE  ,, William Cii Ballard Grace-Paintings
    NO OTHER WAYLike a Key that opens your eternity, A Key that you cut yourself, A Key you can not hold, a Key you can not buy.ย A Key we all have within, The Key is JESUS CHRIST, That unlocks the Gates of Heaven. You might get to the Gates, but without the Key ย ...
    A BILLION DOLLARS W.C.B.IIWhen we let go, of that earthly snag, That digs deep into the fears of mankind. Stop saying "ONE BILLION DOLLARS , unless you can say ONE BILLION DOLLARS, A BILLION TIMES,,, my estimate saying one billion dollars =36 times in 30 seconds, 4320 an...
  9. ProducerLisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Is Anxiety Disease Interfering With Your Job?
    Is Anxiety Disease Interfering With Your Job?We all get anxious when it comes to our jobs, however, Anxiety Disease - also called Anxiety Disorderย can lead to missing too much time from work, leaving work early, or ultimately losing your job.Many people aren't aware they have Anxiety disorder...


    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    01/08/2017 #87 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #86 @Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl, I'm so sorry I missed your comment. You hit the nail on the head, "When someone is having anxiety and then realizes they are in a non-supportive environment it escalates the symptoms." Yes, that's so true and many try to hide their symptoms or make excuses which only makes prolongs the symptoms.
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    23/05/2017 #86 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    I just posted an article about disease naming. It made me think about the way you describe anxiety as a disease. The co-worker you mention was probably in a hostile working environment and being triggered by abusive people. If this environment tolerated the girl that mocked her it likely was an over all reflection of who the organization attracted. So, why do the survivors of such behavior get a break and the ones who are hostile start being called to the carpet. I'll call it hostility disease and it is infectious.

    When someone is having anxiety and then realizes they are in a non-supportive environment is escalates the symptoms.

    People who like to see people suffer get an enjoyment out of it. What is that disease? I'll call it energy vampire for now.

    Anyway, there are labels for these things. But because right now it's "cool" to blame the victims and survivors of rape and being bullied. It's true that you can't avoid every situation but only suicidal people would intentionally want to work with hostile people.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    23/05/2017 #85 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #84 I will get in touch with you when we get back from Colorado, FOR SURE! @Shelley Brown
    Shelley Brown
    22/05/2017 #84 Shelley Brown
    #82 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher please do ping me.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    21/05/2017 #83 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #79 #81 I just spoke to someone the other day who works remotely out of Cleveland for Marriott. I found out because I can't sleep at night and I called to make a reservation on the phone. For some reason I had a feeling she worked remotely and I asked. We talked for some time and she said that it's going to grow and they are going to do more virtual training (hotels, credit card companies, airlines, car rental agencies and more). Once companies are able to implement more virtual training they can expand their territories for hiring remote workers. She's a night owl like me and works Thurs-Monday from 10:30 pm - 8:30 am and she loves it. Right now many companies need people to live within the vicinity in order to receive training on site. I agree, remote work would be ideal for many who are stay at home moms that may need extra money but don't want to leave their children, people who do have disabilities, yet are able to continue to work- the workforce can be very brutal on people that have open or hidden disabilities. I'm very sorry to hear of everything you've been through but it's also refreshing to hear that you are finding what works for you in order to keep functioning. Those of us with severe anxiety understand that if we don't continue to push ourselves we can end up with full blown agoraphobia and that's a scary thought. Hang in there (easy to say, right?) and lets keep these topics/discussions open. I think it helps when people can finally speak without feeling retribution. It validates that this illness is real, as my dr. told me- it's a medical illness. So, it appears within the Medical community they are progressing!
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    21/05/2017 #82 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #78 I'm sorry to hear that @Shelley Brown! I worked with a woman a few years back who suffered from Anxiety Disorder and panic attacks. She had a very bad one at work once and passed out. I guess she was shaking on the floor real bad right before she passed out. The saddest part of this story, a co-worker of mine told me about it (she was actually my boss). She went on to say, she's strange... she once got all flustered and was flailing on the floor (then the woman telling me this began to mimic the 'flailing' as she called it) and laughed. I became angry and said, well what REALLY happened to her?! She said, oh I think it was an ear problem or something but she over reacted. They had to call an ambulance for her. I don't recall the entire convo because it hurt to hear someone make fun of someone who had a medical issue, it blew me away actually. I will PM you, maybe we can put our brains together and come up with a plan. We'd need a few professionals or at least one along with many story tellers. So, who knows, maybe we can brainstorm and make it happen? I'm game!!
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    21/05/2017 #81 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    #76 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher, thank you for your kind words.

    Friday, I was happily on my to a half a days worth of appointments. One was the unemployment office and the other three were doctors appointments. I was getting an ultra-sound for my lady parts, a visit with the doctor for a review of my previous lab work that revealed hypothyroid, and then a mammogram. I deviated from my routine slightly and locked my keys in my house.

    Had this happened 15 years ago, it would've ruined my day completely. However, I had to take a deep breath and sit in my hallway and think. Sometimes anxiety doesn't allow you to do that.

    I found someone to drive me to my appointments, thank goodness another golden nugget! She hung out the entire day getting her errands done and even got in to see an ortho for her knee. It all worked out.

    While at my appointments my landlord got the message. By the time I got back, I only had to sit in my hallway for a little over a half an hour to wait for on of my landlords. I was fine, but my landlord let it ruin her day. But I can't fix anyone but me.
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    21/05/2017 #79 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    #76 If I hadn't had Dialectical Behavioral Therapy which is a mode of Cognitive Therapy and a few golden nuggets along the way who told me their stories and how they deal with it, I would be lost.

    My biggest problem is that I do not like to be pretentious. The unemployment rehab gal wants me to not disclose my issues. This is impossible. I have hands that poor out water and act like a barometer. Also, I have limits. I've tried places that advertise "disabled and veterans" but they are not trained professionals, their work environment hostile, they have a high attrition for employees, they do not treat "normal" employees well, nor do they have the best coping skills.

    I would love to create non hostile work environments that do not pay slave wages for the disabled folks who need to work. I would also like to get more companies to offer tele-commute jobs for disabled. I like how Ancestry does their data entry for volunteers. This would be great for me if I could get paid to do it.

    The other issue getting employed is this dang activism I embarked on. When you look up my name, you can see the smear campaign. Oh well, I'll have to write a blog defending myself and the army of dicks [Dick Armey's crew] did warn me, that I would not be able to quit because of the internet. So, I'll have to be creative.

    The best thing for me is meditation and exercise are the key. It helps tremendously. I was in a series of serious accidents, meditation also helps with pain. Exercise is a challenge because if I exercise too much I injure myself and if I don't exercise enough, I am in deep doo doo.
    Shelley Brown
    21/05/2017 #78 Shelley Brown
    #77 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher thank you so much. I will share my story and I love your goal of organizing a conference. I would like to help you educate people and end the stigma. I just went through a major struggle at work which felt humilating due to this stigma. .
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    21/05/2017 #77 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #75 Hi @Shelley Brown, please share your story. There is no shame in having an illness. We are not crazy, I actually think many people with anxiety are extremely smart, artsy, writers etc... Tag me if you decide to write about your story, please. I would love to organize a conference (informal) with maybe one or two professionals. I have tons of ideas but I would need a few people who are experienced to help organize. What I'd love to see are others who are willing to share their stories in front of an audience. It would be great to have people who are in treatment, people who've been through different modalities of treatment and found success- even sharing what medications along with therapy have been extremely useful and life changing. I think another aspect that I've been studying would be to add what happens during menopause and how hormone fluctuations can actually cause an increase in Anxiety disorder during these trying years for women. I want the stigma to end, it's sad that we feel we have to put on a smile and go on as if our bodies/brains feel normal, when inside we feel like we are slowly dying at times- which I think @Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl was referring to as well? Never feel shame!!
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    21/05/2017 #76 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #74 I'm so sorry I missed your comment @Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl. I understand the part about giving in. I think that is something many of us struggle with depending on the day, the week or the month(s). Never give up, we can't allow this disorder to rule our lives. It's a struggle, a major struggle but there is always hope with good therapy, a good psychiatrist and support system. I have learned to listen to my body as well, which means if I'm having a very bad day, I just chill. Other days when it's not so bad I push myself to do what I need and find things to do that actually take my mind to another place. I was just telling someone that I love traveling but get so anxious weeks before because of the intrusive (rapid firing) thoughts. Once we are on the road and viewing something outside of my daily environment, I feel like a weight has been lifted. It's a tough fight, but one worth fighting :))
    Shelley Brown
    20/05/2017 #75 Shelley Brown
    Lisa, I can't thank you enough for writing this story. I am so thankful your brother made it and so so sorry about his friend. Your willingness to share about anxiety disorder, something I have as well, really helps drive it home to that it's not something we should be ashamed of. In fact, because of your generous heart which allows you to share about this, makes me think I may want to write a story about my own struggle. Thank you so much!
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    01/05/2017 #74 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    #73 I used to be a master at shielding myself. Overtime, I am not sure what has changed, but I keep finding a way. It's not as if I hadn't been down these winding roads before. I have a sneaking suspicious it is a combination of factors. Sometimes I feel like I should just give in, and decide, I AM DISABLED and other times I do not want to admit and submit to that label because I feel I am able! It is difficult to keep a traditional work schedule. I love to work and am afraid of not being able to make ends meet. Being in transition is stressful. I have to be optimistic.

    I too feel the need to know what is happening but must keep it in perspective as to space and time. Finding balance is the key for me.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    01/05/2017 #73 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Hi @Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl, you are so right, it does affect cortisol levels which is one reason people develop belly fat... or better known as that hard to get rid of, dangerous visceral fat. Anxiety disease can cause so many physical diseases. My Dr. told me they consider Anxiety Disease a Medical Condition now.

    Meditation helps me if I don't have a full blown panic attack, by then the chemical responses are beyond our control. I wrote of being out on the breakwater in Maine and having a horrific panic attack, I can attest that meditation would not have worked in that situation.

    You made great points about the news cycles and media- I've been trying to watch shows that make me laugh. It's hard not to watch the news though because I want to stay updated on world/US events and that has become much more stressful. My husband began watching the news every night over the past 4 months or so, I finally told him he needed to stop and just watch shows that were conducive to his mental health because it was causing him to feel so angry. That's not like my husband at all.
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    30/04/2017 #72 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    I think the hardest part is the subconscious mind has a better memory.

    Anxiety can cause a heart attack and inflammation besides high cortisol levels.

    Although meditation for me works well. I cannot always meditate in every situation because things can happen so fast.

    Now with the entertainment, news cycle and all media wanting to be all about violence, drama and fear bating, I believe there will be more people with anxiety.

    This coupled with the Google talk doctors stating that obesity is linked to the antibiotics and GMO crops, besides being related to heightened cortisol levels. I wonder who the scholars dare to body shame people based on the cycle of revenue pipelines they have created. It would be nice if they acknowledge their cause in the matter. Hopefully they'll just treat people with the dignity and respect they deserve and be grateful for their contribution as being an unsuspecting specimens who lost out on an opportunity to have a better quality of life in what some call FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    02/02/2017 #71 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #70 Interesting stuff @Robert Cormack and great analogy with the use of ginger ale 'going off in my head,' by Tony Soprano!
    Robert Cormack
    01/02/2017 #70 Robert Cormack
    They did some studies at the University of Toronto, comparing certain centres of the brain using MRIs. Depression causes red areas whereas, when the brain is more stimulated (read happy or relaxed) the centres turn yellow. Both CBT and SSRIs produced the same yellow areas over essentially the same time (SSRIs were quicker but tended to move from red to yellow to red while the CBT patients were more consistent). Yoga and meditation are particularly good before stressful days, parties, lectures, etc. It takes time, but it's important to reduce stress levels whenever possible. Anxiety is really the build up of stress, acting like a release valve. If you think of air suddenly coming out of a tire puncture, that's what anxiety is like. That's why Tony Soprano once said about his panic attacks "It feels like a can of ginger ale going off in my head." Very apt description.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    01/02/2017 #69 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #67 lol no biggie @Lisa Vanderburg :)) Should see my typing when I don't have my glasses, I have typo's galore.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    01/02/2017 #68 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #66 Hi @Robert Cormack, I agree... I've found after being in therapy for quite a few months now that was the beginning of my tipping point. I always thought maybe there were many triggers but never brought it up to the Dr because I didn't want to sound like a major complainer. Sad that with an illness we still get embarrassed. Thankfully, this is the first Counselor who seems to really know what he is doing. CBT for quite a few months and just began my first session of EMDR followed by some type of meditative techniques to bring the mind back down before I left. As even my Dr. told me, this can work much better than meds- we shall see, I have a lot of hope! I haven't given up on the idea of taking yoga either. Tag me in one of your next buzzes, thanks!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    31/01/2017 #67 Lisa Vanderburg
    #65 My bad - you're right Lisa...it was his friend Bobby. MUST put my glasses on! :)
  10. ProducerPhillip Louis D 'Amato
    Turning weakness into a strength.
    Turning weakness into a strength. A common question asked in job interviews is what are your perceived weakness and strengths.This question can make even the savviestย job candidateย cringe. The question isn'tย difficult but finding the right answerย is challenging for most people. Why?...


    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    06/07/2017 #7 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    My wisdom of the day is your writing @Phillip Louis D 'Amato "Instead of attempting to camouflage weaknesses, I think it's wiser to accept the weaknesses into your core DNA"
    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    20/03/2017 #6 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    #4 Thanks for sharing today.
    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    20/03/2017 #5 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    #3 Glad you enjoyed the piece . Thanks for your insightful and intelligent comments.
    Phillip Hubbell
    20/03/2017 #4 Phillip Hubbell
    At a point in my career my greatest strength was my willingness to travel 100% of the time. My greatest weakness was my fear of flying.
    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    19/03/2017 #2 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    Thanks for your insight today.
    Marisa Fonseca Diniz
    19/03/2017 #1 Marisa Fonseca Diniz
    Good reflection! Our weaknesses should serve as a lesson to learn to overcome them and turn them into something that is favorable to ourselves.
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  14. ProducerPhillip Louis D 'Amato
    Productivity Hacks.
    Productivity Hacks.People struggle with feelings of not being as productiveย as we could be in our daily work tasks. Productivity is vital for achieving personal success in the workplace.Today, all too often, people lose control of workplaceย projects due to...


    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    18/03/2017 #8 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    #1 Great tips and thanks for the kind words today.
    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    08/02/2017 #7 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    #6 Thanks Carlos for your insight. I will today.
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    05/02/2017 #2 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    #1 Thanks for your great ๐Ÿ‘Œ insight today.
    Katyan Roach
    05/02/2017 #1 Katyan Roach
    I've found that a simplified version of Pomodoro Technique works really really well for me. I use something call a tomato timer to carve out time e.g 25 mins undisturbed to work on ONE task and only stop when the timer goes off. I've found that by using this technique I sometimes reset the timer and go again. I get a lot done this way instead of trying to multi-task on various things. Thanks for the tips Phillip.
  15. ProducerAli ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Open Minds Vs.  Closed Minds- which is better?
    Open Minds Vs. Closed Minds- which is better?The questions that occupy my day are considering open vs. closed situations. Examples include: Do you prefer open-minded or closed-minded people? Do you opt for open systems, closed systems or both? Example: Windows vs. Apple Do you...


    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    20/04/2017 #114 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #112 I thank you dear @Joanne Gardocki for contributing a solid comment. You provided a solution by your call for new venues for discussions such as over meals. We need to breathe new thinking to make business more productive. I am responding to your comment having just published a new buzz on "Against Authenticity and Free Movement":
    In the buzz I show how bacteria build communities that are more than 1500 times more resistant to antibiotics than an individual bacterium has. We may think of building work communities following the simple rules bacteria follow. A lot to ponder on.
    Sue Bryan
    20/04/2017 #113 Sue Bryan
    #111 Thank you!
    Joanne Gardocki
    19/04/2017 #112 Joanne Gardocki
    #104 Ali Anani, you certainly find interesting questions to ponder. The examples from nature are mind expanding and the way you present ideas leads to exploration and self discovery. There are so many thoughtful comments energizing the dialogue; I appreciate the opportunity to join the discussion. On the open office trend, I can see extroverts connecting in ways that don't appear to be productive and the introverts building walls to preserve productivity. I wonder what would happen if we arranged things to encourage more business discussion over shared meals or perhaps walking breaks. Too often I see people rushed to eat unhealthy food with little time to build meaningful relationships with members from all levels of the company. A relaxed lunch with individuals from different departments or a brisk walk could improve creativity, communication, relieve stress, and improve health, benefiting the company and individuals. Thank you for sharing, may your day be productive and deeply satisfying.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    19/04/2017 #111 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Yor comment summarizes the buzz succinctly @Sue Bryan. I enjoyed reading it. I hope to have more exchanges of comments in the future.
    Sue Bryan
    18/04/2017 #110 Sue Bryan
    I appreciate your thoughts Ali. I have seen that reactive and immature minds jump into binary decisions like open or closed. More neutral and mature minds behave more like the trees you mention and respond more thoughtfully.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    21/03/2017 #109 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #108 And your mind is reacting nicely @Harish Daniel
    Harish Daniel
    21/03/2017 #108 Harish Daniel
    Thanks for sharing @Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    I believe based on the situation our mind will react.
    Terrance Upham
    23/02/2017 #107 Terrance Upham
    Open mind an free your imprisoned soul.
    Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA
    20/02/2017 #106 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA
    Regarding thermostat-like managers/leaders: You can take this from the standpoint that a thermostat can produce heat (when you raise it higher) and cool when you turn it lower. Thus a leader or manager could be one moment hot (ready to share with employees), the next cold (distancing themselves from employees. If the thermostat method is the one a leader/manager employs, the group or department will be like spinning tops - one minute required to complete one project and the next moving on to another. In short, nothing ever is actually completed nor do they make any positive headway. Once again thank you for an interesting share my friend.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    15/02/2017 #105 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #104 My dear friend and author @Edward Lewellen- first- it is my genuine pleasure to read your comments again. I hope your health is great as much as your brainy ideas are. Your example of open offices reflects on a real life experience and I share your point of view entirely. Yes, sometimes when we have only two choices we rush into selecting one without considering consequences, as your story example pointed out. I wrote in a later buzz that having choices may generate new choices. You again revealed a great example. You mentioned introverts started building walls of books.
    You enrich my my mind my friend.
    Edward Lewellen
    15/02/2017 #104 Edward Lewellen
    My dear friend, @AliAnani, your ongoing use of nature to teach inspires awe of creation! You correctly write that we quickly jump to this binary decision, open or closed. I found myself doing exactly that! As in most things, to make a generalization of "all" or "none" seems to find exceptions to the rule. I recently became aware of a company that went to an open-space environment for most of their people. The executives thought, as you pointed out, that it would increase interaction, response time, camaraderie, etc. The executive I was speaking with asked me, "Do you know what happened?" I said, "let me get my crystal ball out and tell you. The people who are Extroverts loved it. They ended up engaging with each other more than before and wasting more time than before. The people who are Introverts started building walls for themselves with books, file hangers, pretty much anything they could find." His jaw dropped and he said I have pinpoint accuracy of the reactions from the employees. Unfortunately, executives have what they think is a great idea and then they generalize it into "one size fits all". People are too variable to make something good for all the people all the time.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    03/02/2017 #103 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #102 I thank you @James Olcott and you are a mind reader. My post of today discusses choices and I wonder what you think
    James Olcott
    03/02/2017 #102 James Olcott
    It's important not to be "automatically" open or closed when presented with a choice. Your intuition should provide guidance for the appropriate orientation to make choices that emphasize grace and beauty.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    02/02/2017 #101 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Dear @Netta Virtanen- you are truly one of my main discoveries on beBee. I love your writing and so a comment from you weighs a lot for me. I appreciate greatly your support and encouragement.
    Netta Virtanen
    02/02/2017 #100 Netta Virtanen
    Interesting buzz, it leaves the reader to ponder and think. Well written and thought out Ali.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    31/01/2017 #99 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #97 I published the buzz dear @Sara Jacobovici. I wonder if it would be to your taste!
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    31/01/2017 #98 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #97 Very true @Sara Jacobovici. Strikingly, you wrote this comment while I am writing a buzz on focus or not? Two choices that sound easy to select from. In reality, the choice isn't easy. You keep reading my mind.
    Sara Jacobovici
    31/01/2017 #97 Sara Jacobovici
    #95 Thank you to @Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for bringing my attention to your comment @Donna-Luisa Eversley. I appreciate you saying that being open to one perspective does not close you to the existence of another. I like the way Dr. Ali worded it by saying that "open and close coexist." Maybe making a choice is often difficult when someone can not imagine being able to hold both that which has been chosen and that which was not.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    31/01/2017 #96 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #95 You never amaze me with your sharpness @Donna-Luisa Eversley. I enjoyed your comment immensely. Your writing "I will relate open and closed to choices and how we share our point of view. If I am open to sharing good thoughts and kindness, I can't be closed off from the fact that bad, negative, and hate exist. For one to be highlighted the other must be present". So, open and close coexist. You are a pioneer in your thinking and your observation that hugging was accompanied with hate in some comments is the proof.
    Because of @Sara Jacobovici is writing a buzz on similar issues I invite her to read your comment Donna. I have no doubt dear Sara shall enjoy reading it.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    31/01/2017 #94 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Thank you dear @Donna-Luisa Eversley for your sharing the buzz.
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    You cold people, who forgot where JESUS lives,,,Hawaii is more like Heaven, The smile on His face looking at the tree the birds decorated for HIS arrival ,,, (Need Believers, Who Will Help Make A Showing Happen, By Them GOD Works) GODBLESS ,,,,, ALL OF YOU
  18. ProducerGerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    WHY I HATE TO WRITEJohn Lennonย I think that a large majority of Americans (or at least certain overly influential demographic groups) have a misunderstanding of the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution (part of the first 10 amendments which are known as the...


    Gerald Hecht
    24/06/2017 #156 Gerald Hecht
    #151 @Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee at the time I didn't think anyone would read it...and plus I don't know anyone who hates to write...I'm not sure you can have such a person; I don't anyone who can make through a day without writing something down; that's why I chose an acoustic guitar as my "whoa is me"/discipline thingie...most people I know don't play a guitar everyday, until something new "kicks in"...

    ...and yet the "parapherneliac/regalia inertia stuff" is usually within anyone's budget --picks/strings/pegs...a little more effort than new pencils/ink --but still no excuse not to....still more effort than "writing everyday".

    I'm serious about this (well almost) --who can make through the day without "jotting something down"?

    But tuning up, and letting fly with:

    "Ahhh cahn't forgits appointment with the barrister at fo o'clock...or the river gonna take me to supernatural trouble; an that mean ole' cyclops ---baybeee"

    Man if everyone did that everyday.; well you know...lol
    Gerald Hecht
    24/06/2017 #155 Gerald Hecht
    #152 @Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee Oh, It absolutely is a Cot!
    Gerald Hecht
    24/06/2017 #154 Gerald Hecht
    #153 @Randall Burns thank you sir; yeah --I keep remembering the situation...ya never know though--one of the Groundhog Days...it may really just be bad dream ...every morning; the thingie plays the Donald Fagen/Todd Rundgren "Tin Foil Hat", song and I step in a puddle and my running shoe dissolves
    Randall Burns
    08/06/2017 #153 Randall Burns
    Good read @Gerald Hecht Great Guidelines! And it is interesting watching things unfold from up here in Canada, I do empathize with your situation.
    Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    30/05/2017 #152 Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    #145 heh--you hear how a group right wing of the NRA is fighting over the counter hearing aids because Warren is supporting it. They say it is a plot. http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/nation/2017/05/28/elizabeth-warren-bill-hearing-aid-draws-opposition-from-gun-rights-conservative-groups/WMAAAo9Z8zAK7AzZnrRUII/story.html?s_campaign=todaysheadlines:newsletter
    Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    29/05/2017 #151 Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    You have garnered so much interaction on this piece as to make it an interesting journey through your writing and the comments. But why hate to write? The title struck me as it has before because writing is like breathing for me. Try to take my freedom of speech away from me and I will at least dream of shooting you.
    Gerald Hecht
    29/05/2017 #150 Gerald Hecht
    #149 @Maureen Wixon --yeah; we are always (along with everything) "transforming ourselves/sculpted by events/beings outside ourselves" --some occasions do it real deep/pretty permanently and with extreme speed...
    Maureen Wixon
    28/05/2017 #149 Maureen Wixon
    #148 Dear Gerry, I just found this response from you! I am unfamiliar with the tech needs so easily absorbed by the Bees that this so will be my first attempt at a reply. So glad to hear from you. How is it you saw this post again? Your writing is like a "stream of consciousness" that is fun to follow and absorb. Hope your response meant you had found something meaningful. We receiver from trauma and it seeps into our psyches uninvited. Very best to you! Maureen
    Gerald Hecht
    27/05/2017 #148 Gerald Hecht
    #146 Hi @Maureen Wixon Its strange to see this post again...just the other day, while browsing you tube for "The Ballad of John and Yoko" to (refresh the chord changes) there were a number of archived "breaking news" reports, including the Monday Night Football announcement by Howard Cosell..and.as I was living in North Jersey at the time...I watched the one from the local NYC affiliate for (I think) CBS...and I saw myself in the small crowd in front of the Dakota...it freaked me out, as you can imagine...for a moment, I had an impulse to post it...but then came to my senses and realized how that would be a perfect example of the way that SM has twisted humanity into "echo insane asylums"...what I hadn't remembered was that at that time I wore 'granny glasses", and that night, I was wearing an "army jacket"...we had gone into the city on the PATH train from Rutgers to throw a frisbee around in central park because it was like 70 degrees which was extremely warm for the first week in December...on that video; it almost looks like I'm his ghost...a doppelganger...trying to tell the reporter that I'm not dead or something...now, I'm 15 years older than he ever got to be...and the United States that I grew up in is unrecognizable...
    Gerald Hecht
    27/05/2017 #147 Gerald Hecht
    #145 @Robert Cormack Thank you for reviewing...I really didn't appreciate how easily this country could shatter into something unrecognizable --so quickly...someone got shot in the Circle K two nights ago about 200 yds away from my apt...4th armed robbery in about 4 months...business as usual; James Lee Burke makes murder in Louisiana seem exotic...but the truth is just disintegrating bayous, salt water incursion and a government that is a microcosm, and (I think --since its last in the nation on every ranking (health care, education) a canary in the coal mine experience...the witnessing of John Lennon's assassination as a 19 year old, in retrospect, may have been a cruel "vaccine"...but its useless now...the disease has mutated to an unimaginable level
    Maureen Wixon
    29/04/2017 #146 Maureen Wixon
    Hi Gerry, for sharing the insanity of what is becoming acceptable and insidiously seeping into our psyches, What struck me was what you shared about being a witness to such horror. While we learn to live with it, its impact can be brought up in any moment or decades later. Hope writing about the reality of gun violence from a personal experience was cathartic. Adding your personal trauma puts a face to the absurdity and the consequences. Thank you! Maureen
    Robert Cormack
    25/04/2017 #145 Robert Cormack
    Even as a Canadian, I see the 2nd Amendment as an old, worn, terribly abused piece of legislation that keeps so many Americans sleeping soundly because they have faith in their trigger fingers. No American should be able to own a gun unless they can at least spell amendment and understand that amendments are often afterthoughts. Knowing that afterthought is one word should also be a requirement of owning a gun, since cleaning up carnage is usually an afterthought of shooting people. Thanks for the post, @Gert Scholtz.
    Gerald Hecht
    16/04/2017 #144 Gerald Hecht
    #143 @Lyon Brave I'm more of an "It always seems to be now" type; but I think I see how it may seem otherwise...for instance; in examining the comments on this post in temporal order...it might seem to be an example of a historical record.

    However (to me anyway) it has a different (but just as fascinating) existence when examined in reverse temporal order...or even a "sideways"or a completely random order.

    The latter (random) order seems to impart an impression of manipulating a polished, "precious" gemstone, or even a glass prism and watching the patterns of light...both...

    ...refracted/reflected/projected in relation to some "tabula rasa"...

    ... as well as shimmering within...

    ...as they continually change and transform...

    ... in an extended/hypnotic present tense; always changing and...

    ...feeling like "now"
    Lyon Brave
    16/04/2017 #143 Lyon Brave
    History buff much @Gerald Hecht
    Gerald Hecht
    04/04/2017 #142 Gerald Hecht
    #141 @Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ Will do; you too!
    Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ
    04/04/2017 #141 Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ
    @Gerald Hecht I understand, you never know who is crossing your way, judgemental, toxic?... just experiences/lessons, don't be affected! infected!

    Never mind!... keep your good intentions intact and your positive energy high, that's the fuel of life!

    Stay blessed :)
    Gerald Hecht
    04/04/2017 #140 Gerald Hecht
    #139 @Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ yeah, it's probably always been true; I think that what's different right now...is thatvits one of those "zeitgeists" where actually standing up and speaking the truth is not only frowned upon...but make one the prey for whole villages armed with "pitchforks and torches"...and, for better or worse...I'm a "stand and deliver type"...not trying to rock the boat...but I happen to be in a boat at the time and it starts rocking...oh well.

    I'm also a "I have no problem accepting responsibility for doing that type".

    I'm more of a "I did my best to point out something that I feel is wrong --at an institutional level and scale...and when accused/questioned on having done so...use 'yeah, of course and now something similar is happening again over here' --as a rejoinder kind of person".
    Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ
    04/04/2017 #139 Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ
    @Gerald Hecht , Thank you !
    What many people wants to ignore at this moment and time of our world is that they operate either from the soul or from the ego; it is indeed a free choice!
    But being responsible of the consequences of their choice is a complete different story...
    Gerald Hecht
    04/04/2017 #138 Gerald Hecht
    #136 @Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ ^typo (missing word --should end with "waste of precious energy")
    Gerald Hecht
    04/04/2017 #137 Gerald Hecht
    #136 @Wafa El-Amrani โœŒ yes, very true.
    I miss him...I miss a lot of people, but we must appreciate them while they are here; and pay no mind to the people who we already know won't miss us; you know it's not really a matter of good etiquette or whatever --there are just really negative people out there --sociopaths and such; and they feed off of pushing yer buttons...being human, we all (well I can only speak for myself) ; I occasionally know that I've given them the pleasure of responding.
    It's never pleasurable for me; just a precious energy usually!
    #230 OUR FATHER 1-3-16
  20. ProducerPamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    DOES PARASITE POSSESS MIND?Arup is from a middle class family. His family comprised of his elder sister, Anima, and his father and mother. Their parent tried with their level best ability to groom them with modern education, with an aspiration to make them economically...


    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    27/12/2016 #4 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    If we succumb to confusion and chaos, they win. Staying silent hurts everyone if we hold truths in our hearts and don't share them. I'm not sure who is responsible for the parasites. I think we all need to hold the media to higher standards. We need to be our own fact checkers now and even then, we need to know what sites are legitimate for reasons of fact checking. I feel bad for Countries with State run media because they control what they want their citizens to hear and they also put out a ton of propaganda. I fear... I honestly fear for the first time in my life that this could happen to us. I've watched the trend and I don't like what I'm seeing. I will say, our journalists are fighters and they won't stay silent.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    26/12/2016 #1 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    I'm of the same heart @debasish majumder, there is developing an seething anger in societies across the world. The recent US election outcome speaks volumes as to the extent of this anger. Whether it is the loss of human connection that technology has created or the divide that continues to grow between the 'classes', there does appear to be a parasite undermining the very foundation of humanity.
    Love you, Happy holidays WILLIAM C. BALLARD II


    Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
    24/12/2016 #1 Luiz Henrique Souza .E.
  22. Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    'Cybersecurity has become a full-time job' in healthcare - MedCity News
    medcitynews.com 2016 has been another rotten year for cybersecurity, How can healthcare catch...
    Once there stood a LIGHT, so bright, left shadows on the wall. One day mankind extinguished the LIGHT. All that remains are the shadows of mankind, lost, standing around believers with such LIGHT, in a very dark world, with no LIGHT ,, Godbless #117 POMPEII WILLIAM C. BALLARD II
  24. ProducerGordon Pye

    Gordon Pye

    Corporate Thought Police Goldman Sachs Einsatzgruppen !
    Corporate Thought Police Goldman Sachs Einsatzgruppen !Sir Henry Rawlinson - ''Germany calling'' I wrote the following during the EU refferendum campaign, and as collective punishment for all those who dared to stand up for their rights the first thing Mark Carney did was Cut Interest Rates for his...


    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    01/12/2016 #8 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    Sorry, I meant to post this comment on your post about your friend...
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    01/12/2016 #7 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    An old neighbor of mine passed away this morning from an overdose. We tried everything to help him. He stole copper pipes, a child's bike and who knows what else... One time he was almost shot by officers... We were at a loss as to how to help him. He had no one. We all feel worse because we didn't know how to help him. He was a talented musician and song writer. Just too sad and it's an awful feeling to have to sit by and watch someone self destruct.
    Gordon Pye
    01/12/2016 #6 Gordon Pye
    BREAKING: Jill Stein Exposed For Corruption With DNC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur-_jHVE-n0
    Gordon Pye
    01/12/2016 #5 Gordon Pye
    Just watching them desperately trying to wriggle off the electronics malfunction hook by attempting to portray tyhat the Brazil plane crashed because it ran out of fuel but then the pilot would have dumped it thinking of a half chance of surviving crashing into a thick forest !

    I'M afraid I missed the full feature, but this Tech Sector Analyst guy was on BBC Business Live this morning but I did catch that apparently Tesla had put out a story that hackers using a mobile phone had disabled the brakes on one of their cars from ten miles away. A most unlikely story and Dick Turpin PhD Pinocchio's Nose grows exponentially by the day, a self taught former Automotive Technician turned Computer Progammer and Hardware expert once told me the following !

    " Its a miracle the bloody things work at all, electrons flying across the surface of the chip at the speed of light and expected to plop down exactly the right hole "
    Gordon Pye
    30/11/2016 #4 Gordon Pye
    Some argue that easy access to a public library is an anachronism in todayโ€™s age of Smart Phones and the internet, but since libraries now have proper computers perhaps nothing could be further from the truth. It could be said that Library Closures are an attack on the educational aspirations of those less fortunate enough to be on a subsistence income either through unemployment or disability.
    Gordon Pye
    30/11/2016 #3 Gordon Pye
    Only the other night it was on the BBC about how the Yanks used North Devon beaches for live fire training of their troops destined for the D-Day Landing in Normandy as part of Operation Overlord as they were ideal for amphibious landings.

    Gordon Pye
    30/11/2016 #2 Gordon Pye
    The Corrupt and Rotten Media, Jill Stein Clownage, Hillary's Treachery and More https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diPZppaSpe4
    Gordon Pye
    30/11/2016 #1 Gordon Pye
    Asset Inflation Equals Bogus Growth !

    My home is probably the oldest house in my village, incorporating stone almost certainly nicked from shortly after the dissolution of nearby Sawley Abbey likewise the beams are said to be scrap timber from the Spanish Armada.

    It will suffice to say that ownership came into my mums side of the family in the 1950s and after selling some of the land to build a petrol station stood them at ยฃ500, it was modernised and we rented it to a woman who worked in our shop for the princely sum of ยฃ1pw. The rent remained the same up to 1985 when we gave notice to her son and we had it โ€ modernised โ€ to move into when my mum retired and we sold the shop, uncovering the beams and fireplace with beehive oven. The original sandstone slates were replaced with second hand Denorwig Welsh Slate, central heating, new kitchen plus upstairs loo cost around ยฃ30k, not decorated since.

    We did get UPVC doors and windows fitted in 1995 just after my mum died and previous to that a burst pipe under the floor produced plenty of hassle requiring a good bodge with a new plastic pipe from the front garden into the kitchen. Apart from that hardly spent a penny on it, a few minor DIY repairs but we did get a new modern boiler to save on the mega gas bills, circuit breaker for the electrics new shower unit.
    Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/beleaguered-buy-2-let-ten-bob-fat-cats
  25. ProducerGordon Pye

    Gordon Pye

    Beleaguered Buy 2 Let Ten Bob Fat Cats ?
    Beleaguered Buy 2 Let Ten Bob Fat Cats ?Perhaps the first rule for Sustainable Household Economics is Don't get caught wearing a Fur Coat with No Knickers !Asset Inflation Equals Bogus Growthย ! My home is probably the oldest house in my village, incorporating stone almost certainly...


    Gordon Pye
    12/12/2016 #3 Gordon Pye
    My original June 2012 NollyPrott article got me blocked on Twitter by George Galloway after he opined that I should seek medical help, but the very first person to block me was George Monbiot after I pulled him up for his Tweet opining that dying of Hypothermia was a pleasant experience !

    Try telling that to the ghost of the brave men who died racing to the South Pole for the glory of King & Country as listed on the monument in the park at Queenstown in New Zealand , and now the new British Antarctic Survey Icebreaker is to be named after Sir David Attenborough, the BBC Nature presenter who has done more than anyone to promote Carbon Dioxide drives Global Warming Fraud !

    Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/impending-cop21-green-holocaust
    Gordon Pye
    09/12/2016 #2 Gordon Pye
    Network Rail was the brainchild of Stephen Byers ( famous for his seven eights are 54 gaffe ) Transport Minister at the time of the Hatfield Disaster where the inferior quality Korean Rail the Railtrack board had been extensively using in their ( Corporate Cartel backed via booming share price ) attempt to close British Steel at Workington. Network Rail was spun as Nationalisation, but that's at least being economical with the truth if not intellectually dishonest, its still a Corporation even if technically publicly owned, its CEO and Board of Directors are free to do whatever they like under EU procurement rules, which are obviously designed to facilitate large scale embezzlement of Taxpayers Money !

    Gordon Pye
    30/11/2016 #1 Gordon Pye
    At Clitheroe on countless occasions the service was delayed ( and sometimes cancelled ) due to the electronic ticket machine malfunctioning, the object of their exercise being to collect passenger number data, and stop the driver fiddling although it was dead easy for them to short change you via the shoot anyway.

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