- Producer21/08/2016Selim Yeniceri Shoots A Video for The New AlbumGET SET: Selim Yeniceri is shooting a video for “Truth Hidden in The Stars,” a most extraordinary song from his new album, “Second Coming.” As mentioned before (stay on track with us here!), Yeniceri chose sets in today's Iznik, where ruins of an...
Comments21/08/2016 #12 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 I wholeheartedly '2nd!' that motion that Selim and I are with you all the way! Oh, Dear Dr! I get it. I'm sad. beBee needs to correct this - you just can't leave like this (I know it's a free country). It's so wrong, and so not your fault. I'm pausing to think greatly on this.21/08/2016 #8 Selim Yeniçeri#6 Thank you very much for your kind comments, Dr. @Dr. Allen Brown. I'm sorry for you leaving BeBee, but it's not the end of our friendship. I'm sorry for I couldn't keep up with the radio shows due to my extremely busy schedule. I'm working on my book "Dream Tiger" and on this video project, which both will be completed soon enough. Still, I'm on the same page with you regarding the radio shows, and I'll continue with it, so you can't get rid of me that easily. :)
- Producer23/07/2016Selim Yeniceri Fan Club: Road of the Kings/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Selim Yeniçeri's first album and the featured self-composed song is "Road of The Kings ." Image 1. Album by Selim Yeniçeri, Road of the Kings. In Turkish, "Road of the Kings" is "Krallarin Yolu."In his...
Comments24/07/2016 #17 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#9 Fantastic insight! I didn't know about the tiger vs. the lion relationship to a ruler, so thank you for the insight there. On a different note that many of us can relate to, sometimes we are ostracized and bullied as children for being "different." It is only later on in life that we learn that we really actually 'are' different. Perhaps more artistic, mathematical, linguistic, etc...and as adults we excel to a point. At the point of maximal acceleration, so to speak, we find ourselves alone, once again! Why? I think it is because most Leaders and Inventors, Philosophers and Spiritual humans are either ahead of their time or out of this world during their lifetimes. And these people, many of whom I mentored at Stanford, the University of Pennsylania and then UCLA...are loners. Alone. So one of the things I say to them is that "A King sits on the Throne Alone." He doesn't have friends or family to make the final decisions, and the responsibilities lie solely on his shoulders, even if he seeks counsel. So I like to empower 'loners' to know that there are others that have also gone before them, many of them with great stories such as Walt Disney, Colonel Sanders, and more. Considered to be failures, drop-outs of 'normal' society, they "had their time" in their own destiny. We need to remember that sometimes, it is necessary to be alone, and we need to derive strength, yes, the strength of a tiger. Thank you so much for 'the circle of a king' here. It sure gets complicated.24/07/2016 #16 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 You hit the nail on the head, my friend. To be a writer, one needs to write. The single most common 'word of advice I have seen from writers to others who want to write is: "BIC" (Butt in Chair). Just sit down and do it. That's why I made the Writing Challenge on MADNESS MEMOIRS...for fun, for exercise, and for history. You should start in on it, as you already know how to write 🎀. Starting Line: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/starting-line-writing-challenge-memoir-madness-is-on ....23/07/2016 #9 Max CarterI am reminded of a story I use in leadership consulting.
The true king never sat on a throne or wore a crown.
The true king wandered his kingdom with his head down. He would find someone in need of assistance and he would assist them them in whatever situation they found themselves in. When he left had these people been living by the law of the land and good and decent people a mysterious reward would arrive for them. If not something they paid the price.
The kings true power was in no one knowing he was the king. It also shows that the subjects don't serve the king, the king serves his subjects.
The Tiger in Chinese mythology is the King of The Jungle as the lion lives out on the plains. The tiger moves silently and often goes unseen.23/07/2016 #8 Deb Helfrich#7 Am working on it @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD...!!! I am a synthesizer when left to my own devices I like to think very holistically about things. Marinate a lot. In fact, I believe that I have a distinct cognitive style - field dependent. I take any new nugget of information and make sure it integrates into my world. It takes a lot of time and work. Apparently most people are more field independent - they can dive right in and don't struggle until they uncover the context, the nuances, and the patterns. Even commenting, I tend to take way more time than it seems that other's do. I mostly don't say anything when I - and I do mean I - don't believe that what I have to add has impact.
I stand in awe of the amount of wordage that I see you producing each day and will catch up in my own way in due course.
Especially when we have such a supportive playground, there is so much fertile ground for a thinker like me who will read simply to think, rather than to have something to say; that I do find it challenging to get around to the writing.23/07/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 And I love your writings, too @Deb Helfrich, especially your lengthy and comprehensive rally on writing research grants. Your writing skills are excellent and as we are all writers with books published, it means all the more to have a fellow peer compliment, as we know how hard it is to 'break through' in different arenas, whether it be writing, music, research, arts, poetry, or imagination. But we're both left- and right-brained over here, so the sky is the limit! Beautiful getting to know you and @Gary Sharpe, too. Some great relationships blooming here on beBee. Only wish you were all in the Writing Challenge, especially for other novice writers to see! Happy day to you both! And All!23/07/2016 #5 Deb Helfrich@Selim Yeniçeri - so great to be introduced to this aspect of what you've done and find out more about the person who created the interesting buzzes. I still think about the questions you posed in this one : https://www.bebee.com/producer/@selim-yeniceri/this-is-why-we-are-here-after-all23/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Dr. Allen Brown, @Max Carter, @Randy Keho, @Brian McKenzie, @Gary Sharpe, @Deb Helfrich, @debasish majumder, @Lisa Gallagher, @Sara Jacobovici, @Michele Williams, @Anees Zaidi, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Ali Anani, @Juan Imaz, @Javier beBee, @John White, MBA, as Selim is in Turkey.