- Producer01/06/2016The Ideas BrushMy last buzz on "Is beBee becoming a Habit Fractal?" generated lots of illuminating discussions and I am responding in this buzz. One issue that merits steady attention is the issue of opposites- being this or that- and going to the extremes....
Comments08/06/2016 #26 Lisa GallagherThank you for the reminder @Ali Anani, that with solid ideas without lubrication we have friction. I find this to be true in many aspects of communicating. There is no need for friction if people remember we all have ideas or opinions that may or may not align with another's and it's then we need the smoothness of lubricating versus a fire storm. Again, thanks for the mention and I'm glad to see you have unpacked? You are vital to many on beBee!! Right @Anees Zaidi , @Milos Djukic and @Sara Jacobovici ?! :))02/06/2016 #23 Franci Eugenia HoffmanIdeas Metamorphosis is the acceptance of the emergence of thoughts. After reading this post, it makes sense to lubricate ideas in order to help their flow. The easier the flow the better chance the ideas can become products of our thinking and become of value in our lives.01/06/2016 #20 Anonymous"It is most important. Write that Mr. Tesla played. He played the whole of his life and enjoyed it.” – Nikola Tesla. Actually, he never said this, but he has done all of his researches in accordance with this. What is really impressive never shines only flashes occasionally. This was a wonderful metaphor dear @Ali Anani. "Allotropy of Humankind..." by susana primaz at wekandoyt.blogspot.rs (http://wekandoyt.blogspot.rs/2013/02/allotropy-of-humankind.html)01/06/2016 #19 Anees Zaidi@Ali Anani, once again a fabulous post brushing up our minds.
Your thoughtful words, 'having the lubricating ideas brush to ease their friction' speaks a lot. These are the 'wish' words of a great mentor. The mentor wishes to see all ideas pollinating in his garden to grow, to prosper and to consummate in a 'friction free zone' producing 'offspring ideas'. And the cycle to keep moving.
Another aspect which caught my attention is the situation when ‘solid ideas’ collide and their friction generates the ‘energy’. Can we think of tapping this 'energy'? Capture it, process it and convert it into ‘light energy’. The ‘light energy’ that would lighten up the ‘garden of ideas’. The 'light energy' that would show up the path to achieve success in ‘dark hours’. Dr. Ali, you are the 'best' amongst the best who could shed beaming light on this 'nascent idea'.01/06/2016 #18 Ali Anani#16 Part 2 @Sara Jacobovici- when ideas expand, solidify or become-chain like their friction becomes more restrictive, their chains entanglement slows down their flow. It is during these times that we need to lubricate the. I assure you your comment flows with sense that it needs no lubrication.01/06/2016 #17 Ali Anani#16 I am not returning comments @Sara Jacoboviciand I am just stating the truth Your comment is a stroke of genius' and this is evident by your concluding segment ". In other words maybe what is necessary at the beginning is to come up with the ideas of what to do, what actions to take to lubricate the ideas presented at the beginning".01/06/2016 #16 Sara JacoboviciYour buzz is a "stroke of genius" @Ali Anani as you have proposed the lubricating "Brush Idea" which presents with a myriad of potential and opportunities, all leading to engagement. It took @Laurent BOSCHERINI to Tribology and me to Leonardo Da Vinci, an artist and man of ideas. He said, "I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do." And, " It's easier to resist at the beginning than at the end." One of the things that come to my mind is that as the beginning of a process presents with the most resistance it sounds like that is the optimum time to do, to take action. In other words maybe what is necessary at the beginning is to come up with the ideas of what to do, what actions to take to lubricate the ideas presented at the beginning.01/06/2016 #8 Mamen Delgado#6 What happens in this post that everyone ends up blushing? 😂 I've been practicing meditation for the last 28 years and it works for me. We normally have about 60.000 thoughts per day, which is a considerable amount of them. And the most amazing data is that 80% of them are repeated!! Repeated unnecessarily, I would add. Can you imagine in the highways around a big city, 8:00 a.m., that we could take out of the road the 80% of the cars? Sure the 20% of the rest would move and flow easily. That's what I feel about my ideas. Less quantity = more quality and fluency.