- Producer25/10/2016Bee PassionateImage credit: Lil Fish Studios In his Buzz, Unexpected Passion Migrations, @Ali Anani asks, “Where is the passion?” Because of Dr. Ali’s choice of the word “migration”, I will expand on the...
Comments27/10/2016 #30 Lisa GallagherPassion can run so deep @Sara Jacobovici. I agree with @Fatima Williams you don't need to be an expert at something to make change or do something different. I even find passion in the simple things, such as the birds chirping right before the sun rises, the tides of the ocean and the smells I take in when near the ocean, out in the forest- these things remind me of the innocence of a child. Pure wonderment we had within us as children. If we can be aware of those passions that stirred us as children, I believe it's always possible to expound on those passions. Many of those scents, noises and senses allowed me to fantasize or dream as a child, I still find myself doing that and yes, I act on some of my dreams as I'm able.27/10/2016 #27 Pamela L. WilliamsAh, @Sara Jacobovici and @Ali Anani, Again rises the question of passion. What is my passion from where does it come from. Every since I wrote that piece I still occasionally contemplate the question. I think you're correct in your thought that it is a hybrid emotion. I can't associate my passion to an emotion, but instead emotions seem to arise from the passion. A perfect example: today at work I was facing a tedious task that was going to take hours/days but then that 'exploring' part of me kicked in and I went on a search for a 'quick fix' you might say (at least less tedious). Before I knew it that internal motivation, that passion that drives me to discover arose. I was on a personal quest and when I'm there, in my mind world, I feel elated. Then I found the fix and I turned hours/days of tedious work into minutes. I felt like I was Columbus and I had just discovered the New World. It didn't matter that the 'fix' already existed in the software I was using, I discovered it for myself, I learned today, my mind expanded just a little. Whoopee!
- 22/10/2016"Harmony" There's a choice were making, we're saving our own lives." ~ But when we stand together as one~ We are the world~ every boy and every girl~ cc: @Fatima Williams @debasish majumder @Deb Helfrich @Harvey Lloyd @Lada Prkic Tag others if you'd like!We Are The World: The Next Generation The Youth comes together in an effort to remake We are the World for UNITY SOLO VOCALISTS (in order): H. Wood City, Brian McKnight Jr., Taylor Parks, Bobby...
Comments23/10/2016 #8 Lisa Gallagher#7 So very true @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, sort of reminds me of the vision beBee has... bringing people together globally while being polite, professional and respectful (my words, paraphrasing, obviously) :-)) I'd like to add compassionate, because I feel beBee is represents this.23/10/2016 #5 Lisa Gallagher#3 #4 Pam and Fatima, I was looking for the original track then came across this. I found this even desirable considering what was on my mind. I know this will sound strange, but I was holding a rock my girlfriend found on the beach (the rock is in the shape of a heart) and she painted water and footsteps on it, then painted the words, "When I needed you most." She sent it to me after my mom was diagnosed with cancer. I was also sending some silent words of my own along with shedding a few tears out to the 'universe.' while holding the rock and thinking of my mom. This was all meant to happen as it did. It makes me feel even closer to both of you too!! Xo22/10/2016 #4 Pamela L. WilliamsGot news for you ladies; I sing this song in the car on my way to work OFTEN! I remember the original track. Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, etc. etc. It was beautiful and I couldn't hear it without it bring a tear. It was written and recorded to bring hope, togetherness in a world that desperately needed it. It does again, if it ever stopped needing it. The only way we stop the tyrants, the bullies is by standing together and saying enough. Step 1: Make sure DT never sets foot in the WH!!!!!22/10/2016 #2 Lisa Gallagher#1 Wow @Fatima Williams, that's so ironic that the word harmony made us both think of this song!! It's such an inspiring song. Sometimes when I listen to the news or read sad things I listen to this song too and I keep praying that one day our world will be as one. I love how you ended your comment, "We are the bees, we can make it happen." I agree!!!22/10/2016 #1 Fatima WilliamsOh wow @Lisa Gallagher You will not believe it when @Deb Helfrich said Harmony in one of the buzzes I thought of this very song. It's like you read my mind. I Just love this song so much and listen to it when I read about all this fighting and bad things that happen in our world. I mostly listen to it on my way back home from work. Thank you ☺ I dedicate this song to all my bees on beBee.🤗🤗🤗🤗 We are the world We are the bees We can make it happen Peace to all ✌
- Producer27/07/2016A World Without Measurable Boundary A beautiful poem written by Praveen Raj Gullepalli as a comment on my buzz 'My Name is Chinar and I am a Tree'. Praveen work deserves a much better view hence sharing this with pride and gratitude.With his assumed permission I gave a title to his...
Comments28/07/2016 #9 Fatima WilliamsA very beautiful and thoughtful poem @Praveen Raj Gullepalli It can be read many times, whatever you say here is absolutely true. Thank you for this lovely poem and @Anees Zaidi great buzzing :)
This Earth belongs to no man
That includes Our bodies as well
A manifested truth
To be heard, realized and understood !28/07/2016 #6 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#2 Thank you Dear @Ali Anani and all my precious friends here who are spreading all our buzzes! @Anees Zaidi, @Lisa Gallagher, @Margaret Aranda...posting, commenting, sharing...they are each equally important in building the Brand beBee! Honestly, out here, it is never concern if one is lost for words, there are plenty around to inspire, respond to, and share!
- Producer17/10/2016We smile and announce more and more ambassadors !Smiling and improved relationships.Smiling on a regular basis conveys a sense of warmth and a positive attitude to other individuals. Smiling people tend to have more friends and wider social interactions than those people who do not exhibit this...
Comments20/10/2016 #151 Gerald HechtSomebody's hacked my account and is making my Profucer Pieces have different wordings--companies calling themselves "Russian banks" are screwing with my shares on google plus and stuff sorry @Javier beBee View moreSomebody's hacked my account and is making my Profucer Pieces have different wordings--companies calling themselves "Russian banks" are screwing with my shares on google plus and stuff sorry @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz but you've been compromised apparently and I've filed with Ft he FBI Close
- Producer10/10/2016L'autoroute vers le Mieux-être!HappinessHappiness is:1. Falling in love.2. Laughing so hard your face hurts.3. A hot shower.4. No lines at the supermarket.5. A special glance.6. Getting mail.7. Taking a drive on a pretty road.8. Hearing your favourite song on the radio.9. Lying...
- Producer13/10/2016Compilation of MindI wish I could compile my buzzes on beBee and publish them as an e-book here. I am sharing my new e-book on another platform for now. The compiling of my buzzes evoked many great feelings. The excitement of finding an idea worthy of expansion into a...
Comments15/10/2016 #24 Sara JacoboviciA treasure's worth of ideas. Download a free copy of @Ali Anani’s free book on this link.
http://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/thinking-on-the-edge15/10/2016 #21 Ali Anani#20 My dear sister @Irene Hackett- I am lost of words to thank you enough. Just before reading your very emotionally moving comment I was reading how our body cells respond to emotional shocks. Now, I am living the experience and I plan to share soon. I have equal feelings towards you and too I am grateful to beBee for providing us with the opportunity not only to connect socially and mentally, but also emotionally with such power to be like a brother and sister.15/10/2016 #20 AnonymousMy dear brother, I most certainly will go grab that book. But first I must express my 'affinity' for you & you ideas. For me, the past few months, coming to know you through your writing, has been somewhat of a dramatic 'new birth' of inspiration in my mind and in my heart. I have truly looked forward to your buzzes and each of the readers' thoughtful responses - the learning (which I adore) has been diverse and profound. You stir something inside each of us which is nothing less than beautiful. I bow in gratitude at having the honor of your personal attention on this platform - which connected us, to which I thank @Javier beBee & @Juan Imaz & entire beBee team for creating the place. To you dear @Ali Anani, we are all thankful for making this place a safe, respectful & interesting place to converse. ❤️❤️❤️
- Producer18/07/2016Ladies and Gentlemen... The beBee Gees!We told you we listen to our userbase, so we decided to do what you wanted ;)We hope you enjoy it. We worked hard for you! Have a great week bees !EN: Ladies and Gentlemen... The fabulous beBee Gees !ES: Damas y Caballeros, tengo el placer de...
Comments31/07/2016 #139 INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACION#30 Well there is another Bee Gees tune....that would suit the Be Bees... "Hive Talking" ( originally Jive talking). C´mon guys let me see your moves ....And please ...have @@Mamen Delgado doing the intro...her husky-sexy voice would bring all those " abejorros " ( "drones " ...wikipedia dixit ) And then @Juan Imaz, @Javier Cámara-Rica, @Federico Álvarez San Martín, shaking their hips will bring the rest of the sexy " Bees " that are flooding our Hives...what a HIT19/07/2016 #129 INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACION#127 We ( my siblings) call her ( Tata ) " la marmota" ( the groundhog or marmort ) ...Maybe those Bisontes cigs were not all tobacco after all....cough cough....this topic is making my room filling with a dense smoke...can anyone open a window please......19/07/2016 #126 INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACION#124 @mamen-delgado GIRL¡¡¡¡¡... I ve never smoked in my whole life. Maybe because growing up in such environement. . About "funny " writing ...am not...funny...am just a living " magnet " for weirdness, unusuals and pathetic low life people that comes to me like a " Bee " goes to a " flower" ( like YOU ) ;-)19/07/2016 #124 Mamen Delgado#123 @INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACION, probably your "inspiration" when you write so funnily comes from breathing the smoke of "Bisontes" at that early age. There are some things in life which are difficult to get rid of... and for sure that smoke is one of them... 😂
- 30/09/2016Did you miss the note that @Jim Murray wrote to @Javier beBee about beBee? Check it out and read the full interview we had with Jim right here: http://blog.bebee.com/en/jobs-and-networking/stories-of-success/the-voice-of-the-users-jim-murray-on-affinity-networking/
- 06/10/2016Happiness is everything (' ' ,)4 ways Mindfulness can Enhance your Happiness - Mindful in Maywww.mindfulinmay.org By Elise Bialylew – “It is the mind that translates good and bad circumstances into happiness or misery. So happiness comes with the purging of mental toxins, such as hatred, compulsive desire, arrogance and jealousy, which literally poison the...
- Producer04/10/2016beBee Global - Try buzzing around in a new languageI love beBee and all the marvelous bees/abelhas/abejas/api/abeilles/bienen ~ Deb HelfrichI tend to be an outlier. Affinity is great. But why I am really here on beBee every day is the global mindset I noticed from the very beginning. A large part...
Comments25/10/2016 #35 Deb Helfrich#34 @Keith Bare - my point exactly, it is time to wake up and enjoy all the world has to offer without constantly banging on about us. From the very beginning, the global attitude & opportunity here was my differentiator, the reason I looked around and decided that this was the best place to spend my time. I always found it a little funny that some people would question the accuracy of the views when they never bothered to see what was happening in any of the Spanish language hives.... but I am an observer.25/10/2016 #34 Keith Bare#27 we as Americans, almost come prepackaged in our egos, that USA is the BEST place to live, English is the ONLY language, Dollars are the only currency, and Christianity is the ONLY religion!! That's why I am really liking Bebee to talk and see other cultures and other peeps opinions.07/10/2016 #30 Deb Helfrich#29 #21 Well, Lets make sure he knows.... I just shared to LinkedIn and mentioned Mark M-G. He has a very dedicated and large following, so it can be hard to start over on beBee, but his writing would really be embraced on this platform. And like a lot of us, he could start off copying and pasting posts from LI.05/10/2016 #25 Deb Helfrich#21 Great point, Neil. Mark M-G is truly one of the guiding lights on LI and his point is valid in a lot of ways in regards to most of the tech companies. I see the truly global possibilities on beBee as the game-changer most important to me and the relative ease and basic understanding that can be gained via google translate is very useful to those interested in a world of opportunities.05/10/2016 #22 Deb Helfrich#18 Glad to hear it, @Tony Rossi. I find meeting people all over the world fascinating and a real chance to learn a few of the things I don't know that I don't know. Especially online, with the wonders of technology, different languages are no longer huge obstacles.05/10/2016 #21 Neil SmithI remember a post on LinkedIn by Mark M-G where he ruminated on the nature of the world as portrayed through the LI lens and one of the points he made is that this world was almost entirely English speaking. One of the things I like about this site is that I am exposed to several languages and have to work around sometimes to read things that would otherwise pass me by. More power to the bees. Thanks.05/10/2016 #20 Alexa SteeleAmen! I love the international flavor of beBee, but like you I only speak English. I just recently started using Google translate to be able to read some of the Spanish and Portuguese buzzes. I hadn't thought to use it to comment, though, I'll have to try that. Really excited that @Javier beBee has prioritized incorporating translation right into the site!05/10/2016 #16 Franciane Nunes Paciência Torresthe translator makes it much easier for those who are not familiar with other languages, especially English, in my case. @Deb Helfrich, I mentioned this in my last text your producer: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@francianerh/ultrapassando-as-fronteiras-com-o-bebee
I hope that you understand the text. Hug!
Comments03/10/2016 #11 Anonymous@Aurorasa Sima, And sometimes I have some doubts. Is it possible today anymore, maybe tomorrow... Here it seems to me that it is possible. People are the greatest value of this world. We are imperfect. Does the imperfection lead to perfection? Never, the essence is in balance. What kind of balance? Personal above all. Too many questions...
- 02/10/2016A great person deserves no less. Richard Strauss, (1864 – 1949). Also sprach Zarathustra.Richard Strauss Also sprach Zarathustra, Herbert von Karajan Richard Strauss Also sprach Zarathustra Herbert von Karajan / VPO Rec.: 1959 Sofiensaal...
- 29/09/2016https://www.bebee.com/producer/@donna-luisa-eversley/bee-social-bee-happyBee Social - Bee Happywww.bebee.com A Happy Day This morning, I awoke and I'm happy. What is different about today may not appear significant to someone, but to me its extra special....
- Producer21/09/2016Sara JacoboviciI recommended her once before which is on Sara's profile page, but I would like to say a little more about Sara Jacobovici, which I did not include in my prior recommendation of her.It is this.Sara is among the most impressive minds I have come...
Comments25/09/2016 #42 Sara Jacobovici#36 As always, dear @Ali Anani , I am deeply grateful by your generous and very kind words. I am always appreciative of any connection that I have with you and your work. It has been a tremendous learning experience. I can only repeat that I sincerely hope to live up to your words and those of Manjit and the others whom I have been fortunate enough to "beBeeFriend"!!25/09/2016 #36 Ali AnaniIt is sad that dear @CityVP Manjit published this deep and insightful buzz about dear @Sara Jacobovici when I was traveling. I am glad I noticed this buzz and sorry for being late to comment.
Manjit wrote "Sara is in flow when she enters conversations that are about human and work transformation. She is genuinely interested in the enhancement of quality of life and being". Nothing is closer to truth than this and I base this on my intensive interaction s and exchanges of comments with Sara. It is amazing the humbleness of Sara and her willingness to credit others. Her empathy is beyond description. Manjit spotted these qualities of sara and honored me with his writing "It is the kind that Ali Anani is constantly recognizing and when he is interacting with her, the exchanges elevate and the conversation becomes that much more enriched". "The queen of Paradoxes" dear Sara is admired for her abilities to balance paradoxes and enrich them with her great insights. I wholeheartedly thank dear Manjit for spotting lights on a very deserving lady.22/09/2016 #32 Fatima WilliamsWhen @CityVP Manjit says something I don't just read I listen & connect with the words and truth from it.
Love everything you say about @Sara Jacobovici I remember @Ali Anani buzz on the name Sarah and now this testifies why we all love Sarah and her beautiful mind.
Like a silver lining her comments light up and bring life to a buzz. It would be a great honor to get a book from both the lovely brilliant bees. 🤗🤗🤗
Not many have the ability to talk straight to the heart and mind of a person and if we all on beBee have the privilege, I wish the world the same through your book ☺
Thank you @Milos Djukic my beautiful fractal friend ( BFF) for tagging me 🤗🤗22/09/2016 #29 Franci Eugenia Hoffman@CityVP Manjit, this is so perfect for our friend @Sara Jacobovici, Sara is always gracious and poised and so kindly shares her knowledge with us. Her contributions are priceless and give our minds food for thought, keeping us in tune with the beauty of time.22/09/2016 #26 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD"It is no wonder that many people, including myself would love to see her thoughts encapsulated, because she is mindful of her own body of work, and one can see she is continuously developing that body of work, but it awaits it becoming a form of a book." There's just nothing more to say, but yes, @Sara Jacobovici you should write a book!
- Producer17/09/2016My Diary - A Note to myself dated 30th January 2008 There is nothing you cannot do ! Nothing is above its reach. In life I've noticed that expectations bring disappointments.These disappointments stand as an obstacle in our life's journey.The question is Can a man live without expectations...
Comments18/09/2016 #41 Fatima WilliamsOh I just love how this buzz has blossomed into that nectar filled insightful comments.
I have to make an out of the comments box on this one.
"Our own expectations of others may often conflict with their expectations - Awesome insight dear @Pamela L. Williams and that causes the drift. @Irene Hackett just love the way your mind transforms those beautiful thoughts into words.18/09/2016 #40 Mohammad Azam KhanJust adding on. The oncoming variety tests expectations either way. Wonderful post @Fatima Williams. Readiness reduces thwarts and can even still be surprised either way. We can never be expectation free though we can be highly accepting even thankfully of the outcomes. We may be highly accepting of all that but well advised never to be so of something imparting permanent damage. Expectations are hopeful and thus from choice and what else do we have in the final analysis? They may be unrealistic or well supported with readiness and there is the rub for one is illogical and the other logical and then they may be just or unjust or fair or unfair. Thinking well like with the aid @CityVP Manjit outlines helps improve the outcome of expectations. Here's to expectations 🎉.18/09/2016 #38 Pamela L. Williams#37 I love this state Irene; "And yet, once we are aware of this, space arises, and we become 'freed up' to see others for who they are, on their own path - at their own level of consciousness - allowing the 'human foible' of imperfection to simply 'be there'. My wish for humanity; That each find their 'space' and become 'freed' to enjoy their existence for it is just a moment in time.18/09/2016 #37 AnonymousDear @Pamela L. Williams, oh how I relate when you say so purely, "I was feeling the vulnerability of my humanness" - it is not easy, this idea of what may be referred to as 'radical acceptance' - as it can involve the release of (or the 'letting go' of) dis-empowering personal beliefs or 'rules' we have internalized over the years - perhaps through social conditioning. And yet, once we are aware of this, space arises, and we become 'freed up' to see others for who they are, on their own path - at their own level of consciousness - allowing the 'human foible' of imperfection to simply 'be there'. Included in this 'allowing' (thank you @Sara Jacobovici) is accepting our own resistance to 'what is'. We rise above it and grow in grace. Peace and blessing to you dear @Pamela L. Williams - so glad to have you join in the discussion!18/09/2016 #36 Ali Anani#34 I recall what you wrote to me @Pamela L. Williams. One thing I assure you with. I shall never have "reduced expectations" for you; and as this comment reflects everyday my expectations become fulfilled by you. "Our own expectations of others may often conflict with their expectations"- fantastic insights you have my friend.18/09/2016 #34 Pamela L. WilliamsWhat wisdom in such a few words. The comments show that it does not take a textbook to truly inspire thought. It is a lesson we must all take into consideration. Our own expectations of others may often conflict with their expectations and therefore we are bringing pain and disappointment not only to ourselves but to others. It is a dilemma I struggle with and why I recently replied to Ali that I was feeling the vulnerability of my humanness. Understanding and acceptance must play a role in our interactions with our fellow humans. Misunderstandings occur, with no real fault assigned, it is a human foible.18/09/2016 #32 Ali Anani#31 Dear @Irene Hackett- Just if @Sara Jacobovici would read your comment and I know she shall be satisfied. Sara talks about the need for a breathing period (space) always. She is more capable than I in appreciating your comment. As for me, I labeled you as a super thinking sister18/09/2016 #31 AnonymousYou know dear brother @Ali Anani that it humbles me so to receive such praise. Again, I am the student. I am only sharing what I am learning - and I am learning SO MUCH from you! I would like to share an observation of my experience in this learning. Expressing myself via comments, the written word, here on beBee has brought a new found freedom, a sort of awakening for me as it allows me the time to respond - rather than to react with an immediate spoken word. (Again, more space has arrived.) Some may say this time between responses to be a less than unauthentic way to communicate, when in fact, I am finding it closer to the truth of what's truly inside the depth of my heart; my essence. I am honored you allow me this freedom of expression and the awakening of the senses it has produced. I am blessed beyond mere words! :-)18/09/2016 #28 Ali Anani#25 I am proud to have @Irene Hackett as a super sister. What a great comment that you wrote. I am deep in its honey. "As we learn to observe the fleeting nature of our thoughts and emotions, our internal state of being becomes less dependent on external conditions"...this is powerful and even though not easy to express, but you didn't with such poetic beauty. Amazing you are.18/09/2016 #27 Ali Anani#24 dear @Fatima Williams- the quality of a buzz is reflected by the quality of comments it gets. I congratulate you fr writing a short, but probing buzz that is attracting such high quality comments from both super ladies @Sara Jacobovici and @Irene Hackett, and not to forget your splendid comments as well. I am happy you found my presentation relevant as much happy I am to find out how thorough you all are. By the way I enjoyed your term expectations on expectations and you are very correct. The second derivative of expectation and this is something to ponder on18/09/2016 #25 AnonymousDear friends @Sara Jacobovici, @Ali Anani & @Fatima Williams - so much to devour in these comments! With regards to the "triad" (thank you Fatima) of acceptance, surrender and non-resistance I find it brilliant, dear Sara, that you have so aptly called the triad "allowing". And also brilliant, dear Ali, to say that "Only through awareness we may overcome this stress and its subsequent cracking." I shall respectfully reduce Sara's idea of duality to 'thoughts' and 'emotions' - the products of the mind that incessantly move, or "flow". As we learn to observe the fleeting nature of our thoughts and emotions, our internal state of being becomes less dependent on external conditions - disappointments whether pulled from the past, present or future - become less dramatic as we know the thoughts & emotions created in the mind are passing. (Can we ask ourselves, am I my mind or am I the observer of the mind activity?) Again, we are allowing space around our thoughts and emotions in this awareness, thereby reducing the need for perfect outcomes. 'What is' and all it's imperfections becomes our state of 'presence' with a deep sense equanimity. In developing awareness, we find more space, less disappointment.18/09/2016 #24 Fatima WilliamsThe meaning we invest in the expectation influences whether or not we get disappointed. Being in the state of allowing is the awareness of what is, and allowing it to be, and what isn't, and allowing it not to be. From within this state, we can then imagine where the next step would take us out of this expectation and outcome towards another.
This is such beautiful writing @Sara Jacobovici that I am so enthralled by " The state of allowing" and " The state of awareness". Often the meaning we put into the expectation plays a major role and influences us but to sister it with awareness is a beauty.Thank you for stopping by and enriching this buzz with sweet nectar.
Dr Ali links expectations to changes and the outcome of dissatisfaction is based on the level of expectations we have. Awesome presentation on expectations.
My expectations on expectations have turned over a new leaf now and I now predict my learning journey on learning not success/expectations as my super beBee @CityVP Manjit does.
- Producer29/07/2016A Thirsty BeeA honey bee visits 50 to 100 flowers during a collection trip covering over 2000 flowers daily. The honey bee's wings stroke about 200 beats per second carrying pollens. An exhausting work indeed! It makes them thirsty. They need safe water source...
Comments30/07/2016 #8 Fatima WilliamsI see you & @Sara Jacobovici & many bees as the marble in the pan dear @Anees Zaidi. You guys ensure that we a find a spot to land and drink water and not drown.
Yes we are going to drink your juicy ideas, quench our thirst, take some rest, do some thinking and produce honey.
Hurray :)29/07/2016 #2 Deb Helfrich@Anees Zaidi - this is indeed important. There is so much energy here, and it can become addictive. And then overwhelming.
One thing that MUST be understood is that finding something after the crowd, brings it a new audience and a further life. We don't tend to see all the bees on just one flower in a field. There is Anti-fragility in maintaining each person's experience of beBee as a giver of energy, not a drain. And that is vastly different for each of us.
- 13/09/2016Presenting to the beBee network my dear sister @Sheryl Williams
I hope she enjoys beBee like I do. Have a great time buzzing sweethrt.Sheryl Williams - beBeewww.bebee.com Public profile of Sheryl Williams on beBee. beBee is the only social affinity network specialized by sector. Join and get...
- Producer12/09/2016The True Essence of beBee and What It Means To MeI had to put some thought into what it is I love about beBee and Social Media. It seems my answers would come easily, and they did! I'd like to start off with my life outside of Social Media because I do have one and it would be safe to assume most...
Comments17/09/2016 #47 Javier beBeeWhat is coming next ... https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/what-is-coming-next17/09/2016 #45 Nelson RogérioLOJA DE ELÉTRODOMESTICOS MAS BARATA DO BRASIL https://www.magazinevoce.com.br/magazinerogeriovicente/?utm_source=magazinevoce&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=logo-header17/09/2016 #41 Lisa Gallagher#40 Thanks @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, I enjoyed talking to you too! Your a doll :)) Yikes, most of the day waiting on cars, hope they are fixed now. I just bought a few new T-shirts and a pair of lightweight shorts for our Georgia Trip this week. I need to go to Amazon and order a cooling device for my neck. We will be out in the heat until 1pm or after. Looking forward to our trip, love cheering our son on and others. Long over due mini vacay for my husband too!17/09/2016 #40 Franci Eugenia Hoffman#39 It was good talking to you today, Lisa. You are truly genuine. We spent most of yesterday at AAA waiting on our cars to be fixed. One of them was supposed to be ready today. Ha! Too many cars - too may problems. Stay cool - I saw another leaf fall today. 🍂 🍁16/09/2016 #38 Lisa Gallagher#37 I hope the humidity won't be extreme, or the day of my son's Ironman event will be one LONG day. I don't do well outdoors all day in heat/humidity. I keep my A/C set at 70 when it's that hot. But I also sleep with my thermostat set at 64-66 degs at night during winter. I'm a hot blooded gal, haha. I can imagine you wouldn't breathe well if you don't have it cooler, the humidity is like a blanket that stifles many people's breathing!
- 01/09/2016The Flow Hive allows beekeepers to access honey without taking bees out of their hive - Just the way beBee works.
Love the way its designed so as to not hurt the bees :)The Flow Hive allows beekeepers to access honey without taking bees out of their hive. The Flow Hive allows beekeepers to access honey without taking bees out of their...
- Producer23/08/2016Finding Your SmileI was rummaging around in my heart and just happened to come across this today, so I thought I'd share it with you on #thedailychalkboard . I hope it fits....
- Producer27/08/2016A Very Mini Get Away, I Leave You With PhotosI will be offline for a few days. I may check in but won't have a lot of time to do so. I decided before I leave for Ohio today, I wanted to post a few photo's I took over the past year or so. I thought it would be easier to just post them on...
Comments28/08/2016 #31 Paul Walters#25 Hi @Lisa Gallagher Arrived back in Bali last night after 86 days on the road. Slept in 68 different beds ( when I told a friend this she accused me of being a slut!!) several counties on different continents so all in all a BIG trip. highlight was my daughter's wedding in a very sunny Vancouver which was wonderful and emotional all at once. I have tales of travelling on the Mediterranean on a super yacht for two weeks, stories from Sicily and a sobering look at Vancouver so as they say...watch this space !!
- 24/08/2016#IlovebeBee because ? I would love everyone to give your own acronym of beBee and what it means to you.
Comments25/08/2016 #17 Anees ZaidiDear @Fatima Williams one unique characteristics of beBee I love the most is that it helps me find other bees with common interests and the beBee environement immediately connects me with them. This ability I do not find on other social media platforms. And the interesting part is that you do not need to search fir such connections. You would keep buzzing around and suddenly you would notice common-interests bees in your circle.25/08/2016 #16 Fatima Williams#15 Thank you dear @CityVP Manjit You can turn any comment into an erudite discussion . Yes " The bridges to our hearts are the most important, then how that forms home - and how home forms village" I also believe that our hearts are bridges in one way or the other. Network intelligence has become the norm of today's living and is indeed an interesting discussion. Thank you for introducing @Lauren Juzl Welcome to beBee land dear Lauren.25/08/2016 #15 CityVP Manjit#13 Dear Fatima, ultimately it is called "Network Intelligence", utilized intelligently it empowers one's life. BTW Fatima I would like you to welcome @Lauren Juzl she has just moved to Madrid and all of this is a new experience for her. Her post https://www.bebee.com/producer/@lauren-juzl/technology-blackout-why-we-all-need-to-turn-off#c5 is pragmatic - and like the millennials I go to college with, she does ask questions which means she is actually thinking deeper about the full meaning of network intelligence. The bridges to our hearts are the most important, then how that forms home - and how home forms village - network intelligence begins at the village level - with your own life value highly central to all bridges.