- Producer13/06/2016BE A REAL BEEEn Bebee queremos ser distintos. No buscar una diferenciación publicitaria o ficticia, distintos de verdad. La plataforma se expande a pasos agigantados (entre 15 y 25 mil usuarios nuevos al día). Desde luego su expansión en países como Estados...
Comments14/06/2016 #18 Lisa Gallagher@aitor, what a wonderful buzz you produced! To 'bee' a beacon of light that spreads hope, promise, ideas and communal support can be world changing. I hope to keep beeing a bee who promotes positivity. So nice to hear beBee is growing so fast. Its been exciting to watch this platform expand14/06/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#10 Amen! Las abejas hacen la miel, y lo hacen ahorita. Ellos no hablan de ello. Me voy a ayudar a más huérfanos y viudas .... zumbido consiguió lejos! Bzzz!//Amen! Bees make honey, and they make it now. They don't talk about it. I'm off to help more orphans and widows....gotta buzz away! Bzzz!14/06/2016 #14 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDLove, Love, Love the heart of this matter, and that's what 'real' bees do, sí? I'm starting a new Hive on this: Invisible Illnesses: Malnutrition because tons of people love to "forget" and "not see" the starving children...giving to your church, in my opinion, is not good enough. James 1:27 is the crux of my online ministry #FOFMD to the disabled that can't get out of bed to go to church. And pitifully, no one knows what it says! "Pure and undefiled religion, according to God the Father, is to help the suffering orphans and widows, and to remain uncorrupted by the world." Time to make Visible that which people love to keep Invisible. It's About Time!13/06/2016 #8 Aitor García GonzalezGracias @Mamen Delgado y @Miguel López de la Oliva!! Estaremos en contacto para hacer mas grande esta corriente. Bebee será mucho mas grande en tan solo unos meses, no cabe duda. Hagámoslo mas grande aun añadiendo otro elemento característico como es la solidaridad! Un profesional contento tiene un alma menos contaminada, y por tanto mas abierta a colaborar!!
- Producer30/05/2016Philanthropy of the Heart.Walking through York this weekend, my 8-year-old daughter Beatrice was captivated by a homeless person with ‘puppy dog eyes’. I didn’t have any cash but she was determined to find him the next day and 'make his life better'. The next morning in the...
Comments31/05/2016 #19 Lisa Gallagher@daniel Donachie & @Deb Helfrich Thanks and appreciate the comments. Deb, yes my husband is a skeptic. It's a good thing one of us has strong intuitive skills.. he needs to work on his more. I think he has learned to tune things out for reasons only he understands.31/05/2016 #16 Deb Helfrich#14 @Lisa Gallagher I am certain he meant well, but your husband's comeback demonstrates a form of talking without true listening that we are constantly presented with as our cultural norm. American's take pride in being skeptical & will actively bully someone who they deem doesn't have a high enough level of skepticism. We are taught to internalize this inner critic who always interrupts when we try to do something because it feels right - either at the heart or gut level. Not to pick on your husband, but he had absolutely no data & you had a feeling that you could be of assistance - the important thing here is to become aware of the subtle ways in which we talk ourselves out of our own intuitions and the way it is the norm to do so in our society. @Daniel Donachie's 2 stories are very important reminders of what life would be like if we dropped skepticism as our default operating mode.31/05/2016 #14 Lisa Gallagher@daniel Donachie, your daughter has such a pure and compassionate heart.. I'm sure with the guidance she has it will continue to grow. You wrote, "Giving attention outwards into the world is listening with every cell of your being to the person or situation you are in contact with." So very true. I remember once seeing an entire family standing at the edge of our mall parking lot near closing. They had 2 children with them and they were holding a sign that said, we need food and a place to sleep tonight. I stopped my car and handed them 20$. I later told my husband and he told me I was scammed. I will never know if I was but I slept better that evening knowing I might have helped a family if even in a small way. Great article, really enjoyed.30/05/2016 #12 Deb HelfrichI like to think of the parallel with breathing. We can (and are modeled in modern culture) to breathe shallowly; but the deep, focused abdominal breaths bring us in line with calm, centered peace. When we listen shallowly with only our ears, just to parse together words and to rush to answer, we starve ourselves of full oxygenation. By dropping what we hear down into our hearts, then we can truly hear what someone is trying to communicate, regardless of the crude words begin spoken.
I'm glad I had a few moments to listen to your written words, they were needed today, and I am very grateful that you shared them and that I can share my own thoughts even further through the beBee hives.30/05/2016 #11 Deb HelfrichIn fact, listening seems to be the key to giving my self away completely." What an incredible gift this post is, @Daniel Donachie Even when we know this is true, we get so many messages from our western societies that obscure this truth that it is important to share the stories that refocus us on how to truly interact with our fellow travelers.
- 28/04/2016Be kindness every where,every times and in every situation.image-store.slidesharecdn.com