- 05/12/2016The Nuanced Truth about True Happiness at Workswitchandshift.com We all want to feel good and true happiness is the answer, right? Well, according to Harvard Medical School psychologist, Dr. Susan David, it’s more nuanced than “happiness equals goodness.” In Dr. David’s book Emotional Agility, she writes, “T...
- 01/12/2016#Christmasmonth #♡Begins #Decembermonthoflove #HappinessEverywhere #seasonoftheyear #StayHappy 🤗🤗⛤💖😇🤗🤗
- Producer28/11/2016Just Thinking out loud - Control Random ThoughtsBlogging has been for me, a way to share as much as I know with the rest of the world. These are my thoughts and examples from my own experiences, so I guess you can say - Dwordslayer shares a real person!There are days I need...
Comments03/12/2016 #48 Laura MikolaitisI love the random thoughts that you shared here @Donna-Luisa Eversley. Sometimes, the random thoughts can be the best fuel for our fire.
Some days it is difficult to accept that there are things we can't control. That's why it is important to enact our gift of choice; especially when the out of control things can seem overwhelming.
It's taken me a while ton fully grasp the concept but I am better at it now. Each day is an opportunity to exercise our ability to choose - to decide whether we will make the best of a bad day or make the worst of it.
I enjoyed reading this, Donna. Thanks so much for sharing.29/11/2016 #38 Donna-Luisa Eversley#20 @Sara Jacobovici, thank you ..wow, when I read this, you got the weepy emotional blast in my eyes 😉😘 ...it is the truth of music and rythmn ..I am happy it resonates with you so much. As soon as I draw on the music my entire person responds. It is like a conductor bringing the sounds into a crescendo. Controlling emotions need that understanding of self to create harmony for self.29/11/2016 #37 Donna-Luisa Eversley#19 #hugs right back at you #babydoll @Lisa Gallagher..
🐝🐝🐝🌹🌹🌹 Thankfully some of us are on Facebook or I would have been in a desert. 😂..glad to be back. I do have some stuff I've written.. will try to publish, but seems quite sad, not happy simply a difficult time with less light and the weepy willows.
Thanks for reading.29/11/2016 #35 Donna-Luisa Eversley#17 @Max J. Carter thank you...yes, storytelling is a part of the healing process which is powerful. It is the feel of the music which makes the story flow , making a melody which makes a whole lot more sense than life on its own sometimes 😉..thank you for your beautiful supportive words 🐝🐝🌻🌻🌻29/11/2016 #31 Fatima Williams#1 Aww ♡@Donna-Luisa Eversley I've missed you . Awesome that your back and buzzing again my dear. Your buzzes are music to the ears. This is a sensational buzz with some great takeaways. Everyone has a song for every situation we just have to sing out loud and let the music fill our lives. Buzzon dear and welcome back to beBeeland.🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😇🤗🤗🤗🤗29/11/2016 #29 Pamela L. WilliamsI really like this comment Ken. Sometimes you just can't play it safe, you need some adventure, to try new things, to speak out when things go awry. For now it is still some of the greatest freedoms and gifts we have; free will and free speach. The Internet has given us the ability to reach a tremendous audience and as long as we stay tactful and factual great things can be accomplished. Ain't no mountain high enough! Ain't no valley low enough! #28
- 28/11/2016Good ideas are like the waves of the ocean, they just keep arriving on shore. I might just have a series of these. I bet we all do......
- Producer20/07/2016Fractals ForeverBe BRAVE,provide something NEW and magnificent for the others,then the whole WORLD is yours.Love is the essence of time. The moment when we start to believe that we are influential is at the same time the final moment for our own rigorous...
Comments31/10/2016 #131 Gerald Hechtprabhakar rajarapu I believe your time on this wheel has ended ...no worries though; yo have been reported to Javier beBee John White, MBA Deb Helfrich David B. Grinberg and they shall determine how to dispose of you and the record of harassing me which you have so thoughtfully left behind31/10/2016 #130 Gerald Hecht@prabhakar rajarapu I believe your time on this wheel has ended ...no worries though; yo have been reported to @Javier beBee @John White, MBA @Deb Helfrich @David B. Grinberg and they shall determine how to dispose of you and the record of harassing me which you have so thoughtfully left behind
- Producer23/11/2016ASPIRATION OF BEES!BeBee is simple Like a dimple In the check of a damsel Allure all with an enigma Cannot restrain from its enriching counsel What a lovely affinity, making a unique networking style beBee the best for its cordial and...
Comments24/11/2016 #4 Fatima WilliamsI love this poem @debasish majumder You truly make beBee special. Thank you
"Though tiny we are
Serving with significance for a fairly long tenure
We promote a grand signature in the existing nature
Emphatically declare our Royal nomenclature!
Be bee, be bee
Make only honey with utmost glee!
- Producer24/11/2016beBee WomenSocial Media is whatever we decide it will be and the people we meet are its most precious commodity. The key to enjoying social media is to find those that vibrate with your frequency. If our thoughts and energy happen to be on the same page, then...
Comments30/11/2016 #77 Ashley Marie TaylorI've never considered myself a feminist, but I definitely believe in empowering those where it's due. It's crazy to think the right for women to vote only came about 100 years ago in the US so today I would like to celebrate that with this lovely post by Franci27/11/2016 #64 Donna-Luisa EversleyI'm never sure what words I will find,
But it seems we are of similar mind.
Self- similar,a fractal, a mirror allowing minds to meet,
A venue of hope on Bebee Street.
I'm never sure with you what I will find,
Franci , you sure make me feel to Rhyme.
I appreciate your words and all the women listed within
In my online world we are the best of Kin 😉😘🐝🐝☕☕
- Producer23/11/2016The WaitSo you sit and you tell yourself it's gonna be alright. You will get past this phase. It's a trying time in our life and we need to wait it out. You tell yourself that you are strong and this cloud of testing will soon fade away and there will be...
Comments27/11/2016 #40 CityVP Manjit#39 If we are what we eat, we are also what we think and in this regard there is plenty of suggestions on how to get unstuck. The 7 things to remember when stuck by Allison Fallon serves as an example of the mental shifts available :
7 Things to Remember When You're Feeling Stuck
http://allisonfallon.com/stuck/27/11/2016 #39 Fatima Williams#38 Thank you @CityVP Manjit It's an inevitable truth waiting is a part of our life.
But I feel sometimes we get stuck in our cocoons afraid to fly and spread our beautiful wings.
I remember a story of how an impatient person who saw a butterfly struggling to come out of the cocoon tried helping it and that eventually lead to the death of the butterfly.
This waiting phase in the cocoon is sometimes required to collect the strength as you said that required to break out and fly.
Transformation is the fruit of waiting but lets not wait too much. 🤗🤗🤗🤗27/11/2016 #38 CityVP Manjit#37 I welcome moments of life which are a cocoon. In modern culture we treat cocoon as a euphemism for prison, but it is not that, the caterpillar is not a prisoner of the cocoon, but a transformation in waiting and we are not butterflies, we are are more than a transformation that is no bigger than our thumb.
Let me take the song by Milky Chance called "Cocoon" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ernVvrYH9vg so while his main lyric is "so lets go back to our cocoon" the context is still escape and not transformation. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/milkychance/cocoon.html If we identify with this song, we identify with escape and pain rather than transformation and privacy.
I do not offer this as a perspective to a single a person because my own cocoons are a source of personal liberation. I am not afraid of melancholy or sadness, for when grief comes I will participate in the process of grief, but when freedom comes, I can place that in a cocoon too - for that is a different kind of waiting. The best privacy is to close my eyes or enjoy time at home.
Whether it is waiting such as Van Morrison "Days Like This" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UUWkr4FUlo or I have to do what it is I must do for this thing called our work life and I can't open up my mind to you - there is something gestating in the waiting, there is something fermenting in the waiting, there is something good changing in the waiting. Waiting is a part of life.26/11/2016 #36 Deb LangeDear @ Fatima I resonate with the wait and the move. I wrote a buzz last week which was well received. I said there is a part 2. I know I have been putting off part 2 as I feel some pressure in myself to have it as well received as part 1, but maybe it won't be. --and maybe it will. I know incubation time is useful but I sense I wait a little too long and need to be bolder with my action in the world. Things are never perfect and are always perfect just the way they are. And can always be updated and improved.26/11/2016 #35 Ali AnaniPart 2
I have just responded to a comment by dear @Sara Jacobovici on my linked buzz and urged her to read this buzz. I also invite @Irene Hackett, @Deb Helfrich, @Deb Lange, @Max J. Carterr and the two Lisas @Lisa Gallagher and @Lisa Vanderburg to enjoy this great buzz and to contribute to the discussions.26/11/2016 #34 Ali AnaniDear @Fatima Williams- you are a greater writer, thinker and communicator. I read your buzz comprehensively, with great interest and enjoyed the flow of your ideas your buzz. You leave me with so much to think about. I just request you to read my last buzz and the two co (Parts 1 and 2) and you shall realize what I mean.
We are working on developing a formula for movement and we need your brain. I hope your time would allow you to visit.
Your explanation of the wait time, steps how to deal with it and highlighting the Waiting Step as the critical step leave me with much to think about.24/11/2016 #26 Fatima Williams#20 Ahhh @Deb Helfrich first of all I love you ! Can I say that I hope your love doesn't get angry with me LOL. I love your character, personality and the way you interact and share your thoughts. I am no longer looking at people like Steve Jobs for motivation. I just come here on beBee and connect with you amazing people and I'm more than Good ! Look at the lovely buzz @Franci Eugenia Hoffman wrote today. I am on TOP of the world Today !
" I Flourish on beBee " That's the word I would like to use.
Coming to the buzz I'm so happy you had something to take away from here that was my goal achieved. Stay Awesome and GET MOVING ( winks)24/11/2016 #23 Lisa GallagherSuch an honest piece @Fatima Williams. I think we can all get stuck in the 'wait phase,' from time to time. We do need to draw on something stronger than ourselves at times or from deep within. I thought of one more thing, guilt can also put people into 'the wait.' If we hold on to self-guilt too long, it will immobilize us. Life sure is a balancing act!
- Producer22/11/2016New beBee ambassadors - 2016 NovemberWe’ve received many questions asking about the specific requirements that need to be met to become one of our Ambassadors. We are priorizing these actions:1. Promote beBee on the internet --> Whether it’s through your various social networks,...
Comments14/11/2016 #16 Fatima WilliamsWow @Andrew Goldman I just love the view and the flowers covered in ice they look so magical. I've never seen snow in my life and I just had the feeling I was right there with you. By far the best live buzz with such a powerful message, a statement that the power lies in us and the change always begin us.
Love your energy and my it's infectious. I'm proud to say that even I get asked how I manage to stay happy and positive 🤗 I give them the same reply " What's not there to be happy about ? We are alive and we have the power to transform our lives into the magic we want it to be. I have been letting myself down on happiness over the last few weeks and this buzz a good reminder of myself. Thank you @Andrew Goldman To Happiness and beyond #Youaremagic #Stayawesome14/11/2016 #14 Jared Wiese 🐝This is so great, Andrew! What a neat idea for a Live Buzz. Such beauty combined with a powerful message. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this.
Your Power Moves reminds me of Tony Robbins and what he calls anchoring. You get into a peak state then reinforce it as needed.
"80% psychology. Success is 80% belief, 20% mechanics" is all about the Why. Again, so true! So often, we need to get our body and emotions (state) to believe more than our minds.
For more info:
"When he was starting out on his journey to become the world's number one success coach, Anthony Robbins used anchoring to prepare himself to take action.
- Producer13/11/2016The Beginning - the Final EpisodeWelcome to the continuing fictional saga about the life of a young female Indian warrior. This is the final episode and I hope you have enjoyed this fictional series. As I have written at the beginning of each episode: We are each our history and...
Comments15/11/2016 #24 Pamela L. WilliamsThanks one of my very nice writers😊! I'm so glad you like the story. It's been a both fun and challenging! @Paul Walters was the other one! What is it with me and Pauls lately! @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian has been such an inspiration to me for social media and now you two writing rock stars IMHO! #2315/11/2016 #23 Paul KemnerWow- this series is an excellent first fiction! Writing serial stories seems to be a great way to get started- you get feedback and encouragement as you go along, and it's a lot easier to get someone to try a short chapter instead of something that will take weeks to read.
I agree with you that the female warrior and high-elder words would be the ones to keep- they describe important characters. You're using them frequently, so we get a chance to learn them.15/11/2016 #22 Pamela L. Williams#21 I always thought I would love to get an actual Passamaquody tribal member to teach me how to say the words. On the site where I found the words there are pronunciations available, but even still they are extremely difficult to verbalize. You never know exactly how they sound things out. Like German. I sometimes find myself reverting to German pronunciations of certain words that I can tell are of German origin. No I don't speak German but I took so many German grammar classes the pronunciations come easily if the vocabulary does not.!!15/11/2016 #21 Deb Helfrich#20 That's one of those things that someone will either love or hate. I thought it brought so much of the world alive, and you used the parentheses at just the right time. But for a larger audience, I can see it being a stumbling block...there has to be a both/and situation of using the words as enrichment while keeping the readers in the flow of the story. Audio comes to mind..... a short clip of how to say the words might help the sounders-outers in the crowd, for instance.15/11/2016 #20 Pamela L. Williams#19 If I do a rewrite and expand the story I've decided, with the help of some very nice writers whom I turned to for advice, to simplify the use of the words, but there are some I'll keep just because I liked them! Like the word for the high elder and the female warrior. They seemed add 'punch' to the characters. and roles.15/11/2016 #19 Deb Helfrich#15 I did want to report back that I both am glad I binge read the first 9 installments, because it really built a world for me, but that my initial reason, to be able to follow the complex use of names, turned out to not be an issue. You did a great job in keeping the flow of all the new terms easy to remember without the reader needing to generate their own cliff notes.15/11/2016 #17 Pamela L. Williams#12 Well I sent you on a roller coaster ride of emotions on this journey @Donna-Luisa Eversley, I'm so glad it ended with a happy sigh for you. So, how are you feeling about Running Deer now? Go ahead, admit it, maybe we all have the potential to be a bit mean when our heart is broken. We're human, all of us, we all say and do things we wish we could take back. It's about finding the strength to move on, just one step forward.15/11/2016 #16 Pamela L. Williams#14 I thought hard about the ending, even as I was writing the other chapters. I wanted it to end realistically; we all suffer losses and sometimes sacrifices have to be made to move forward in life. As I wrote in my reply to Franci; it ended with hope and dreams for the future. You've been a wonderful fan Fatima! thank you for that, my readers gave me the courage to finish the story.14/11/2016 #14 Fatima WilliamsOMG @Pamela L. Williams I love the ending and it's a perfect end for this drama. I would have loved for them to have met to rekindle the love they had, which was blinded by guilt and revenge nevertheless I love it. Thank you so much for giving us such an entertaining engrossing story that connects to each one of us at a different level.
I am your fan and then your sister. I've loved fiction since I knew how to read and this is going to the grave with me. An absolute entertainer. 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 High five ✋✋✋✋✋✋14/11/2016 #11 Deb HelfrichWow, as far as I am concerned, it is the happiest of endings. Some times we just don't fit somewhere and we would fit perfectly somewhere else. Especially when someone with a very prominent role seems against us.
This was a gift, @Pamela L. Williams View moreWow, as far as I am concerned, it is the happiest of endings. Some times we just don't fit somewhere and we would fit perfectly somewhere else. Especially when someone with a very prominent role seems against us.
This was a gift, @Pamela L. Williams Really and truly a fantastic piece of art. Close13/11/2016 #7 Lisa Gallagher#6 I think I understand your mushy self a bit! Remember, dont lose hope . Its easy to let go of hope when things feel as though they are crumbling around us, thats when we need others as reminders or 'pick me uppers'.. no not drugs (referring to my phrase, uppers') lol, just ways to uplift our spirits!13/11/2016 #6 Pamela L. Williams#4 I'm going to show my mushy self again and admit that I was sitting in my favorite coffee shop downtown and cried as I wrote the last few paragraphs of this story. Whether they were tears of happiness that Kisuhs Nicanol and Running Deer found peace or tears of sadness because she had to leave all that she knew is still a question I'm asking myself. What I liked most about the ending was that the high elder, a true leader, was willing to make the sacrifice of banishing his wife if Kisuhs Nicanol chose to stay, that he also realized that if the young warrior was to live life to the fullest she had to make the decision to simply live. As I told you on the phone; I don't understand where this story came from, or why I was driven to write it, but I know it wasn't mine. Live in Peace and Hope my friend.13/11/2016 #5 Pamela L. Williams#3 As I told Deb in a comment; not what I would call a 'happy ending' but the best ending that could occur. Sometimes sacrifices have to be made for the betterment of everyone. She now has family and hope, and in the end, isn't that what matters? That after all the trials and tribulations that we all suffer, that there is in the end; hope?
- 06/11/2016Let's not be carefree
Let's not be careless
Let's not be unkind
Let's not be lost with self
Let's not be lost with worldly gains
Let's not be selfish
Let's not be weak
Let's not be proud
Let's not overlook
Let's not underestimate
Let's be Human !
I've heard alot said on How we should be and in the process we forget how we should NOT be.
This goes out to all the people out there who tend to hurt other's easily !
Dedicated to all my favourite beBees.
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- 06/11/2016Precious people forever.Why do fractals look pleasing to us? - Quorawww.quora.com
Comments06/11/2016 #17 Fatima WilliamsVery interesting discussions and Thank you BFF @@Milos Djukic You are precious too.
I am reminded of a song now when I think of the word precious.
Fractals are unique and its beauty is in the eyes of the beholder to look beyond and understand it's patterns . Fractals are Smart and it's never ending patterns that repeat itself at different scales shows that each one of us are unique and keeping building up even though each one of us are different in our own ways.
We are complex and that's why it takes one fractal to identify another.
Each fractals unique worth can be unravelled and discovered repeatedly and I am so glad that beBee has provided me the platform to do that.
I agree with @@Sara Jacobovici on ""The 'beauty' of it all is that fractals exist in and of themselves, in spite of the meaning" ! #Fractalsforever #BFF #beBeesforever06/11/2016 #16 Sara Jacobovici#13 Hi @Pamela L. Williams, you introduce an important perspective into the discussion. I don't experience the discussion as positive and your comment as negative. What we project onto things around us, objects, people, situations and so on, is determined by a mixture of innate wiring and wiring formed by the meaning we attribute to them. Patterns create sensations which can stimulate a variety of responses. In general, it seems that fractals have an overall sensation of well being. It doesn't mean they all are pleasing to us or what I find pleasing is not disturbing to someone else or vice versa. For me, the "beauty" of it all is that fractals exist in and of themselves, in spite of the meaning I may attribute to them. As well, some fractals are created as a direct result of an interaction between myself and some other aspect of my internal or external environments.06/11/2016 #15 Anonymous#13 Great points @Pamela L. Williams. Encouraging too that advances in the field of neuroscience are showing that it is possible for negative hard-wiring to be changed. The very definition of Neuroplasticity: "The brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life" offers real hope for many.06/11/2016 #13 Pamela L. WilliamsOkay, so I'm going to throw a negative into this positive discussion. Those patterns that we find pleasing, whether in the emotional sense of kindness to which @Deb Helfrich refers or the patterns of music and art, to which @Irene Hackett refers, can also be hard-wired to the negative. We have all heard, discussed, self-perpetuating events in our life.. Which according to the Cambridge Dictionary is: "having a system that prevents change and produces new things that are very similar to the old ones". When negative patterns are instilled or emerge throughout life the 'hard-wires' to which @Sara Jacobovici refers are just as strong a pattern as the positives.. If these patterns are created early in life, they are the foundation upon which the person views life so they will self-perpetuate and create new situations that support those hard-wired patterns. In the article someone showed what I saw as an Ink blot pattern in two versions. The first was not pleasing to the eye, whereas the other had applied artistic effects that made it pleasing. A person that is hard-wired to see the negative will 'recognize' the non-pleasing image as more familiar, if not pleasant. All the positive in the world will not change those negative hard-wires if the person is repeatedly self-perpetuating.06/11/2016 #9 AnonymousThank you my dear friend @Milos Djukic for offering us this question. For me, Fractals show us that as we go deep, we are able to find the hidden beauty that is contained in all of us, in all of creation, and reflects our interconnectedness and perhaps our interdependence. ❤️💕06/11/2016 #5 Sara JacoboviciOne answer is always; it's how we're wired. Everything can be attributed to some sort of "wiring" because this is what we are made up of. and everything can be reduced to its service, to our drive for self-preservation. What makes us interesting is that our interest goes beyond the functional. Patterns are an important part of our need to recognize and organize neurologically and so we can find patterns in everything.. Human creativity in the arts is also explained as part of our "social" wiring in order for us to communicate and "bond" as a community. Again, it doesn't stop there. Drumming circles to organize and help us be in sync. great. But what about Beethoven composing the Moonlight Sonata and Claudio Arrau performing it and you listening to it; cross-culturally, cross-generationally, cross-media; this is beyond function. Fractals, wherever they are found, are a reflection of what is beyond function. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEMViAPLyrI06/11/2016 #4 CityVP Manjit#2 The Quora page in using comparitive pictures between fractal and counterpart biological forms, the bright mind and the simple mind can respond in the same way, to a means of actually seeing infinity in motion. Whether fractals are pleasing or profound we are appreciating elegance.
- Producer04/11/2016Finally a Friday Funday Again!Yes, really. It's Friday again. The end of the workweek for some lucky folks who get two days off to refresh, recharge, kick back, and LAUGH!Then, of course, comes SMONDAY . . . but before that, let's enjoy a few silly pictures.Now we all know the...
- Producer12/10/2016Contribution to the society is the responsibility of everybody Many people assume that contribution to the society is the responsibility of those who are already well settled in life and have nothing else to do; because, even if the average person tried to contribute to the society, it wouldn’t make much...
Comments10/11/2016 #25 Victor ChertkovPues eso: sé responsable de tu vida, sé dueño de tu vida, poco a poco, cada día un poco más, sin resignarte, aportando valor, siendo tu mismo, creciendo por dentro y tallando el diamante de tu alma...
Los acontecimientos diarios, las dificultades (reales o percibidas), incomodidades y fallos, son esas piedras esmeriles que hacen que el diamante brille cada vez más. También pueden estropear el diamante, ocurre, claro que sí, pero, una vez más, de ti depende lo que haces con la piedra.
Sé responsable de tu vida...05/11/2016 #21 Mamen Delgado#18 I feel the same @Irene Hackett, how could I miss this Producer??
Love the idea of the drops and the ocean. I feel like a little drop taking care and enjoying with the drops around me, cycling all together in the same direction.
Thanks again @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz for creating beBee!! 💫19/10/2016 #17 Robert CormackI like this Javier. I think building relationships here based on common interests and beliefs demonstrated how "together" we can be. Something tells me that's a strength we can build upon, hopefully to help others. I'd like to think we can make social media a platform for helping as opposed to showing pictures of ourselves.17/10/2016 #16 Praveen Raj GullepalliDear Jav, you have very rightly hit upon the complacency that creeps in from a personal sense of inadequacy in many. It could be due to any reason - poor health, money, work pressure, lack of time, etc. But yes, anybody can make a difference. Even without moving mountains. A random act of kindness a day, a smile, a hug, a cheerful attitude, a word of praise, an unasked raise ;) ...can and do make the world a better place! You express so well! Keep writing Amigo!16/10/2016 #14 Anonymous@Javier beBee, fractals forever. Kudos and thank you.
You Are a Social Leader, definitely. The Butterfly Effect ("Every person can make a difference to the society if they have the will to do so." - Javier Cámara Rica). The Fractal Revolution in Society, beBee affinity network is the first social media because of all members, affinity concept and high degree of awareness of management.13/10/2016 #12 Harvey Lloyd@Javier beBee your concept is timely. But i would offer up a perspective that negativity is a symptom not an outcome. I have read here and other places about "negativity" and it truly has become an emotional concept. I have had staff say, I wanted to say something but i didn't want to appear "negative".
Being negative is a matter of perspective. Steven Covey of Seven Habits fame talks about this as a bank account. Sometimes we withdraw and others we deposit. The balance is what is important, not the deposits or withdrawals. If you have made deposits with the team, negativity is a withdrawal but, no one sees it that way. Lacking deposits then one must be withdrawing from the team on a consistent basis.
I encounter negativity as a learning experience. Now i am not referring to the acute stages of negativity brought on by psycosys. But rather folks who express misunderstanding in a negative way. They apparently have a a different perspective, and i would like to hear it. I might try and discuss the presentation of the perspective so the person can express themselves and make a deposit rather than withdrawal.13/10/2016 #10 Brian McKenzieI have no inclination to join society or civilization again. "TEAM" is something I would consider, but when the machine spat me out - I am not overly excited about plugging back into it, no matter what siren song it sings. Hell, I quite enjoy pouring gas on the smoldering embers for fun and profit.
- 04/11/2016Try these life hacks and be happier. I love happy people!6 Scientifically Proven FasterEFT Life Hacks That Promote Happinessfastereft.com 6 Scientifically Proven FasterEFT Life Hacks That Promote Happiness FasterEFT is a methodology developed by Robert G. Smith after many years of studying and working with thousands of people. It is a collection of new cutting-edge techniques and...
- Producer03/11/201610 Motivational Quotes for Millennial Generation!1."I don't think that you can invent on behalf of customers unless you're willing to think long-term, because a lot of invention doesn't work. If you're going to invent, it means you're going to experiment, and if you're going to experiment, you're...
- Producer22/08/2016The Human ConnectionI had been pondering writing this buzz for awhile, but, wasn't able to assimilate my thoughts about it, until I had read some posts on beBee that made me think that I might have something worthwhile to say. Sitting alone in front of a computer...
Comments04/11/2016 #34 Don KerrJust reread this after reading your post about your friend checking out. It is troubling to think that people may be choosing to leave town. If we had a good blocking function that might help. This community does,not seem any worse than what I encounter in the 3D world and in very many respects,it is better than other SM platforms. People gonna stay. People gonna leave. It is all about choice isn't it? .03/11/2016 #33 Harvey LloydWe can read, post and comment in digi land and receive some sense of belonging. We have five senses. I too need and require the feedback that only personal experience within a group can indulge my wholeness. I enjoy the online experience but its like non-alcoholic beer. Drink all you want but bloating is about all you will achieve.
Enjoying the company of others in their journey is an experience that can only be experienced through physical participation. I believe that millions are right there with you in your post, @Chas Wyatt. Admitting it is another story.03/11/2016 #29 CityVP ManjitThere is isolation we may experience in our lives if we are living alone and in need of company. Then there is even worse forms of isolation which are when people deliberately shut another out. One form of that horrendous isolation is called "silent abuse" http://www.no2abuse.com/index.php/articles/comments/silent-abuse-the-mind-game-by-teresa-cooper
Whether isolation is just a moment in one's life or a deliberate act, we do much in simply showing that we care and even that has its limits because each of have footprint that is governed by our mental and felt bandwidth. Thoughtful share Chas.03/11/2016 #27 AnonymousThank you @Chas Wyatt. This is sometimes more than just a game. Loneliness is a silent plague that is hurting not only young people, but also adults. Writing is one of the simplest and fastest ways to express personal thoughts or insights and not necessary in a profitable way. Best, Milos02/11/2016 #23 Deb LangeDear @Chas Wyatt I resonate with you. I have been in the middle of a crowd at different times in my life and felt alone. Alone, aloneness and lonely have nothing to do with whether we are with people or not. We can be in a crowded room and feel very alone. The simple act of reaching out to connect heart to heart can make such a difference to our lives and the lives of others. I am glad you had the embrace you needed. Just imagine if we could identify what we need and give it to ourselves how different the choices we would make. Sending you warmth and connection from down under.26/09/2016 #21 Hans DholakiaGreat buzz, Chas ; straight out of the heart. We are all lonely, until we realize that it is One who has become many, and with that realization even when we are only by ourselves, the frustrating loneliness becomes a joyous solitude. Else, one can feel lonely even in a crowd. The key is to learn to get along with oneself. If I didn't explain myself well enough, let's connect and be in touch. Just followed you, with love ...30/08/2016 #13 Deann M. HarrityThis hits home for me because this is the way I feel the majority of the time. I am just waiting for that ONE person to reach out. Even the smallest form of interaction can help! A smile, a kind word, etc. from a stranger can make all the difference, hence why I go out of my way to be that person for others! *air hugs*30/08/2016 #11 Praveen Raj Gullepalli@Chas Wyatt you should write a song around it and compose a tune. A beBee tune! The Human Connection sounds globally relevant and so do your feelings about connecting and caring, even if virtually! Like Springsteen's Human Touch. And if I could have... I surely would have... flown across a few continents to spend a day or two with other bees...just to listen harder and understand deeper and relate at a whole new level. Maybe someday I shall meet at least a few! ;)30/08/2016 #9 Jim MurrayIt's kinda hard to physically connect with everyone. But I have had a number of Skype conversations and gotten to know some of my online friends that way, And then there was the infamous Beezers lunch In Port Credit. That was epic. LOL. Your point is well taken Chas. Good to hear from you. This is a Beezers hiver fore sure.
- Producer16/10/2016'Chinar Talks' is backHi fellow Bees....I am back after over two months break. The break was very long indeed with no digital footsteps at all - no email, no browsing, no Facebook, no messaging. But yes, in addition to our (I and my wife) almost daily long walk along the...
Comments31/10/2016 #7 Anees Zaidi#6 Thanks @Fatima Williams for your lovely comment. I will definitely convey your message to little intelligent poetess. I am happy you liked the name of our grand-daughter. Now most of our evenings are filled with Aliza on Facetime.
My best wishes to you and to your family.31/10/2016 #6 Fatima WilliamsI just read this buzz @Anees Zaidi and this is a very smart little niece you have there ! I totally love the poem Opportunities are like buses Very clever :) Please tell her that she is a very intelligent poetess to be :)
As for Aliza I love what her name means Joy and welcome her to our world with all blessings from above and I'm sure you had an amazing holiday.
So we can wait to hear you now ? Are you looking for bitten guavas (winks)16/10/2016 #2 Anees Zaidi#1 Thank you dearest brother @Ali Anani. I too missed all of you and the buzzing as well but I wanted to keep myself completely hooked off and give a full quality time to the family. I hope you and other friends keep doing fine during all this period. Soon I will catch up with the sweet honey produced in my absence. My best to you and the family.16/10/2016 #1 Ali AnaniThis morning I was about to send you dear brother @Anees Zaidi and to dear friend @William King a messages to enquire about your whereabouts. So, as I am reading this buzz I feel great and I say you filled my heart wit "Aliza" my goo brother. Congratulations on the arrival of Aliza with all the joy she brings with her. So happy to see you back and smell the fragrance of your mind. My day is Aliza
- 23/10/2016What Is my Name?
I am sharing a true story with you. Years back I used to live in a housing complex. We shared a swimming people among other things. The swimming pool was a social meeting place. A guy used to look after the pool, but I couldn’t remember his name if it was Khamis or Juma'a. So, to get out of this confusion I started to call him by both names. Soon, all fellows liked the combined name and in a short time nobody called the guy by a single name. A year or two later this guy approached me asking "Sir, I have to fill official documents. I need to remember my original name. Could you help me"?
I remembered this story while scrolling the homepage of beBee and noticing @Javier beBee filling the page actively with interviews, comments, sharing and passing some great news on beBee and its development. I tried to remember the original surname of Javier and couldn't. When we get immersed in passion with what we do our names become of less value.
@Javier beBee- if you ask me about your original name I shall be of no help. All I picture you as beBee Man.
Comments24/10/2016 #13 William DykstraIm super dyslexic
Putting names with people and places has been a battle ive fought for 50 plus years
I do prison ministry and being able to call inmates by name shows them you care more about them then hey you
When people ask me directions in my hometown
I respond im visiting
Im a visual person not a word or name person23/10/2016 #12 Ali Anani#11 This is a great comment and dear @debasish majumder you remind me of a true story. A new employee with PhD degree moving up and down the stairs with glory in his eyes. I never trusted this guy and believed his PhD was a faked one. The way he exposed himself was really funny and may be a story to tell soon. However; yes having a title that you respect AND keep its respect is of immense value in life,23/10/2016 #11 debasish majumdergreat post indeed sir@Ali Anani! you are truly amazing! i wonder, in case of you, how your name being attached with your Phd., bearing the true testimony of your wisdom, having wide array of knowledge, enabling to widen our horizon with great vistas. thank you for your post sir.
- 30/10/2016Flow - How To Be So Happy Time Stops - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Are you looking to find happiness in your work, or at least to make your work life more enjoyable? With this take on Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s book “Flow:...
- 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!