- Producer24/03/201712 portals of perception - 1) the intelligence in our sense of movementWe used to think intelligence was through the brain alone. We separated cognition from our other senses. We know now there are multiple intelligences that are all inter-connected. Even neuro-scientists now talk about embodied cognition, affective...
Comments24/03/2017 #4 Deb🐝 Lange@Lisa Vanderburg how are you going in your exploration with movement. One suggestion I had for you was to experiment with hanging, surrendering, being supported by another. The other experiment was to actively expel any unresolved anger. What is happening with your experiments?24/03/2017 #1 Deb🐝 LangeDear @Ali Anani @Sara Jacobovici my synchronicity with your posts on waves. I read Ali's post earlier in the week, and at the same time I had been writing my incomplete draft on movement. When I came tonight to post it I found Sara's wonderful follow on about choice and movement.
- ProducerThe 🐝 e-embassy Project - Call for e-CollaboratorsDear beBee 🐝 Ambassadors,As a newly adopted beBee 🐝 Brand Ambassador MY 1ST RESOLUTION IS THAT: i will conduct i will conduct a global beBee " e-embassy independent project " in the next few weeks. As we all know the terms and...
Comments23/03/2017 #82 siraj shaik#77 Interestingly put forwarded. I hope by chance @Devesh Bhatt if read a topic post on Li related to language support plus ratings, and focused on @Stephan Metral Innovative Brand Ambassador's words "the multiplier effect towards number of members" surely can evaluate what's ahead.23/03/2017 #80 Julio Angel 🐝Lopez LopezHi @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
As for the translators, after the first mistakes I do the following: Spanish to English, copy and paste from English to Spanish, check the result and change or add words if necessary for the desired meaning.23/03/2017 #79 siraj shaik#72 Appreciate your straight forwardness. The hidden mantra about "plagiarism" it's in every language and for sure everywhere where there's existence and presence of humans. Anyone got some patience, (sharing a friendly tip) if one feel deep within something they might have shared, & had worked on by themselves on own that's worth of "knowledge or content or concept" pick specific point(s). Just need to use free search engine and check out, may land in similar, same or small twist of what that's shared and it need not be in form of text only can be in other forms (if someone has access to paid search will get more info). So my dear friend don't think it happens only in "India" or "Indian languages". Those who came across comment exchanges about plagiarism by @Phil Friedman and some more of them can understand better. Once someone published as is whole article in different locale, another aspect a post shared with hardly few changes (amazing was thro' the same platform as that of original article posted).23/03/2017 #78 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Javier 🐝 beBee regarding the life-cycle hive process, i am building an BA's audience 1st, prior to any content(s) unleashing with all tools and steps and their relative milestones, so it takes time and i am currently measuring it to understand the patterns of the fractals. it is always fascinating to observe people analytics & dynamics.23/03/2017 #77 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#65 We could have any Worldwide language covered if we would run or have an API library, imagine a ribbon icon or menu with an automated online translator, example from the google API library. Of course the translation would be around approximate, but the leverage in communication between culture would lead us beBee Ambassadors to the next steps in our mission ( step 1: next million users, step 2: next 100 M users, step 3: Next billion users)..i do beleive in that case we would merit for good the offered equity.
Maybe there is a step 4 alternative (joking): we buy back FaceBook ? @Paul Walters @Devesh Bhatt CC @Javier 🐝 beBee ( it is becoming a Think Tank also) +@Rafael García Romano :Is there a API library at beBee ? i IMed you on that topic, did you get my msg ?23/03/2017 #75 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#72 Regarding translators, i an a firm believer that an Open API library could be of invaluable help to global adoption. Maybe @Rafael García Romano & @Javier 🐝 beBee & @Juan Imaz could be of help about that. Imagine a GUI additional icon in the ribbon or menu that would automatically translate the content (whatever language produced with) into the reader's user's mother tongues. haha. Maybe i am dreaming, but if there is actually an API library or the will to have one..it is only a matter of time.23/03/2017 #73 🐝 Fatima Williams#64 Here's the link everyone https://www.bebee.com/group/bebee-e-ambassy-project
@stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador Please add this link in the buzz so it will be easy for everyone to join.23/03/2017 #72 Devesh Bhatt#69 Hindi is great for networking and business but as a blogger there is very very sad side to it. People shamelessly plagiarise in Hindi... there is no effective way of stopping it.
One of the reasons so many great Hindi writers get reduced to mutate political slogans, unless they become part of thw film industry.
That apart, for business part it will really increase participation manifold. One can always use a translator.
This has nothing to do with the program..just some thoughts. Apologies if it is found inappropriate.23/03/2017 #69 siraj shaikThe beBee e-embassy will be an interesting project. And @Devesh Bhatt you are tuning the keys. Yeah @Devesh Bhatt initially made my moves as per my delivered opinions "what can LinkedIn can be" upon knowing about a networking web space coming up in the USA thro' some East Asians during 2004. I had created some hives. Except for bebee Hindi others not being shown now (bebee telugu similarly Tamil, Gujarati and .. ). I thought of sharing feedback post about this subject matter and refer to @Javier 🐝 beBee to cross check into reason of "vanished hives". Just hoping there aren't any by chance flaws.23/03/2017 #68 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis is great @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador! I've been on beBee almost daily since I joined last March. I think your idea is awesome and I'm game. Anything to help beBee keep growing. I have seen the growth and it seems to be gaining even more traction over the past few months or so. Gooo beBee! cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA @Juan Imaz
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- Producer24/03/2017I Choose, Therefore I am.Image credit: WIRED There is no such thing as having no choice. Choice is a place in which to be.In a comment in his buzz, The Wave-Based Strategies, Ali Anani wrote, “There is choice even in...
Comments24/03/2017 #17 Ali Anani#16 I appreciate your comment and wisdom @Joris Plaatstaal. In making choices and improving the life style we need to be aware of what we change to. My company give away for our clients was a bowl in which we placed a golden fish. We had cute instructions in the shape of fish to tell clients how to take care of the fish. One client didn't read the instruction by overfeeding the fish and the fish died. So, your fish example is perfect.
There are good choices and these are the ones that improve our lifestyle and to which we advocate.24/03/2017 #16 Joris Plaatstaal#5 @Ali Anani.
Is this fair to say? What if the only pattern in the universe was in the starting point? And from there on it evolved in a chaotic way? What if there is only a pattern just before the beginning of everything, including the conception of a life? And from there on chaos takes over?
It would explain why we all took fairly the same but are so different. A small part of mankind is able to make life changing choices. A bigger part is not able to do so at a variety of levels.
Is telling them they should make choices, helping them?
Telling a fish it should climb a tree, because that is what we think is best, is not going to make the fish happy.
My tone is not intended to be offensive in any way. I recently hurt a fish I love because I did not understand why she did not try to climb a tree.
I finally learned that we all have different abilities. Everyone is who he is. I will never try to 'help' someone to change anymore. That's my choice for now.
I share MY experience, I know YOURS can only be different. I respect YOU.24/03/2017 #13 Harvey Lloydhttps://www.bebee.com/content/1334222/1200986 This post along with the TED talk mentioned, http://www.ted.com/talks/angela_lee_duckworth_grit_the_power_of_passion_and_perseverance describe a focus on the waves.
Your post here is a great view of, and statement, we are what we choose. I would think though, that within the fractal of a fractal concept we could pull our own waves out of the macro waves of life and see how our choices bind us to the present.
The TED Talk discusses grit. Do we have the grit to look into our choices with a long term view or do we look at our choices in the immediate of self gratification. If we tie 1,000 quick self gratifying choices together over a month, where would we find ourselves? I would concur that @Deb🐝 Lange is correct in that a series of choices has laid us to rest with habits that find us stuck.
If we can see choice in the very tangible way you have stated here, then we can see the path of our own choices seperate from the larger fractal of life. In this same logic we could also state that the choices of today will have consequences in my future. (Good, Bad, unintended) Choose well.
Great stuff, my synapses, are all awake now.24/03/2017 #12 Sara Jacobovici#7 "How we choose to address and navigate the "chasms" in our lives underscores the beauty and complexity of the journey despite the challenging obstacles along the way." I can't imagine a man who can write like this, @Joel Anderson View more#7 "How we choose to address and navigate the "chasms" in our lives underscores the beauty and complexity of the journey despite the challenging obstacles along the way." I can't imagine a man who can write like this, @Joel Anderson, to be in a rut. Always glad to hear from you Joel, thanks Close24/03/2017 #7 Joel AndersonNicely done @Sara Jacobovici The power of being inquisitive, asking the questions, and daring to chose "steps" that lead each of us to growth, freedom and awareness. We all get stuck at times and find chasms and obstacles in our path. How we choose to address and navigate the "chasms" in our lives underscores the beauty and complexity of the journey despite the challenging obstacles along the way. Thanks so much for a really interesting and thought provoking post. Now I need to chose to get out of the rut I have been stuck in for awhile and get caught up on reading more great posts like this one.24/03/2017 #6 Deb🐝 Lange@Sara Jacobovici an aesthetic post about choice, waves and movement. Yes, no choice is a choice. If we are stuck we are choosing stuck. It is the space between the past and the future - we ae choosing to keep doing the same thing when we are stuck. We only need make one slight move and it takes us off stuck. And if the wrong path, we only know when we have made the movement. then we can choose again and again, modifying, adapting, choosing for as long as we have breathe in our body.24/03/2017 #3 Ali AnaniThere is movement in patterns and as long as we are choosing, we are moving and as long as we are moving there is life. This is a quote from your buzz dear @Sara Jacobovici. I agree though I have a question. Is this movement in the right direction? If not, do we have choices of changing the direction of this pattern? My answer is yes to both questions.
The beautiful mind of Sara writes "We are creative beings. We create choices". Great and this inspired me to ask? Can I define creative ways of making more choices? How? What choices? When to use the choices? Where in place to apply those choices? My journey with the questions started. As I am writing this comment I jotted down two approaches to deal with these questions and how to respond to them. I just remembered a story to support my thinking. WOW! I see the lotus flower of thinking opening up. Now, I find myself in a garden of fractal flowers. I am surrounded by beauty.
The real beauty is how you pick up lines of thoughts and weave them together. You changed my direction. I was planning to publish a buzz on Sunday. Now, I am still doing, but the buzz shall be my response to this buzz.
I am honored by your adding spirit and movement to what I wrote. Thank You.
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- Producer23/03/2017The Wave-Based StrategiesDo strategic thinking and poetry have a meeting point, or are they an ocean apart from each other? My eyes fell on a poem by Franci Eugenia Hoffman on bee titled "Clouds of Time" and the picture of molecular clouds jumped in my head. Is there a...
Comments24/03/2017 #48 Ali Anani@Sara Jacobovici picks the threads of lines from a comment on this buzz and weaves a mind-boggling buzz that is surely worthy of your reading time.
Sara published the buzz this morning and titled "I Choose, Therefore I am."
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/i-choose-therefore-i-am#c424/03/2017 #41 AnonymousWe have a lot to learn from nature, and I find wonderful you always find a way to point it out for others' enhancement.
A concept jumped into my mind when I was reading your post.
The key could be then, not only being aware that life moves in waves but as well, to harmonise our movements with them instead of going against them.
As usual, a mind provoking post.
My sword is yours.24/03/2017 #40 Laura DonnellyLike Harvey Lloyd, this line resonates with me - Life moves in waves and when we feel desperate and fall in the trough we should remember it is this trough that shall eventually push us up to the crest. I live in KS as we often are able to see waves of black birds streaming across the endless sky. Thank you for a beautiful post Ali Anani!24/03/2017 #34 Ali Anani#26 I am overly joyful with your evaluation of the buzz and your grasping of its real meaning dear @Sara Jacobovici. I invite people to ponder on brilliant observation "We are not wired to follow a particular pattern". Even in patterns we have choices. This is a hugely important finding and is worthy of building upon. I am deeply taken by your comment and I feel new thinking is on the verge.
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- Producer23/03/2017The Smoke that ThundersThere is one place in Africa I would visit again and again. The Victoria Falls. More than once I have been there. Each time I experience the scenery and adventure of the environment anew. The Falls As I stand on the precipice the waters...
Comments24/03/2017 #27 Netta VirtanenLovely buzz! Looks and sounds like an amazing place to visit. I can't wait to visit the Victoria Falls after reading this! Beautiful pictures too, the second picture by the Devils Pool makes my heart stop as it looks dangerous! =) It looks like such great adventure with so much beauty.24/03/2017 #21 Gert 🐝 Scholtz@Dean Owen I have never seen or heard of anyone riding a giraffe. They are essentially wild and skittish and difficult to get close to. What may surprise you is that I have ridden an Ostrich. Quite a bumpy ride and surprisingly fast. (No animals or Bees were hurt in the process) Thanks for stopping by Dean.24/03/2017 #17 Gert 🐝 Scholtz@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman @Ali Anani @Devesh Bhatt Thank you for sharing the post and enjoying this part of the world with me. Certainly on a bucket list Devesh – just don’t put the list in a bucket :) . Dear Ali – through your posts I learn to look anew at the natural world around me. Franci – good to see you “enjoy a fall”.24/03/2017 #16 Yogesh SukalAs someone mentioned bucket list by seeing your post, My one thought is exactly for you.
Inspired travel writer is a dream seeder.
As they have amazing stories to tell,
Experienced in each travel breathe inhale.
and yes bucket list for me as well
Thank you @Gert 🐝 Scholtz for seeding dreams24/03/2017 #14 Praveen Raj GullepalliCan almost hear the thunder Gert (and I don't mean down under Ken ;) I lived close to the Nagarjunasagar Dam in Andhra Pradesh India (1983-85) and that roar, that spray, that rainbow and that dizzy feeling as you look down the falls...all too thrillingly familiar!24/03/2017 #13 Ken BoddieLivingston, I presume? 😄 But I think I'd miss out on the microlight. Been too many accidents here in Oz due to poor maintenance. Love the idea of testing vertigo from a pool. Talk about living 'close to the edge'! You're a more intrepid explorer than me, Gert, although I'm always up for a game of giraffe croquet. 🤣24/03/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher@Gert 🐝 Scholtz are you an adrenaline junkie? Was the photo of the man lying at the edge you or someone else? The falls are GORGEOUS!!! I love the ariel views. Omgosh, the rafting.. OK, I would probably die from panic LOL. If I ever visit Africa you can give me the grand tour, just don't ask me to go river rafting haha. All kidding aside, this was very enjoyable to read and view the photos. I'm very visual so I love pictures within buzzes. I'm going to guess @Javier 🐝 beBee and @Juan Imaz would be two people who would love to go rafting in that gorge, I think they are adrenaline junkies too :-) Oh and the elephants, giraffes and antelopes on the golf course Wow, you don't see that every day, cool!
- Producer24/03/2017The life of the candle will not be shortened by being sharedThousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared. - BuddhaHow do we become happy and then how do we share our happiness? The first step is to define...
- Producer24/03/2017Tales of Gratefulness - 2I'm very grateful for the people in my life that I'm able to stay in contact with because of the internet. Friends from all stages of my life - my sixth grade teacher, my first college roommate, my first roommate in NYC (this woman taught a naive...
- 24/03/2017Cool Little Houses In My Town. There are an inordinately large number of cool little houses here in St Catharines. I've been waiting for a lot of them to green up a bit to show you. But every once in a while you see one that looks good even at this time of year.
Comments24/03/2017 #2 Jim Murray#1 @John White, MBA I would imagine that my town and yours are about the same size. There are quite a few bungalows and cottage style houses here. In fact, more of a mind-boggling assortment. This series is a continuation of one I used to do on Facebook. I've reconstituted it here because I have lots of material to choose from. More to come all summer.
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- Producer23/03/2017Booze ..... what is it good for? Well apparently your heart for one thing!A very large study (final cohort was nearly 2 million people) was just published in the British Medical Journal BMJ: Alcohol & cardiovascular disease. The goal was to examine of alcohol consumption had an impact on cardiovascular disease....
- 23/03/2017I don't have the kind of clout Tony Robbins does (I mean, who does?), so I'm sharing this as a reminder of the power of words -- on ourselves and on others..Change Your Words, Change Your Lifejournal.thriveglobal.com Do you realize that the words you habitually choose affect how you communicate with yourself and therefore what you...
- 22/03/2017I have been frustrated in not being able to read all the output of the many writers on beBee that I look forward to their work. I am only able to read a small percentage and that is my loss. However, when it came to the poetry of @debasish majumder I was happy to find the following resolution. I am now the proud owner of his publications.Amazon.com: debasish majumder - Kindle eBooks: Kindle Storewww.amazon.com