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Mindfulness is the practice of bringing one's attention to the internal and external experiences occurring in the present moment,[1] which can be developed through the practice of meditation.[1] The term "mindfulness" is a translation of the Pali-term sati,[2] which is a significant element of some Buddhist traditions.
  1. ProducerDeb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    Beginner's Mind Thoughts on Mindfulness vs Meditation
    Beginner's Mind Thoughts on Mindfulness vs MeditationMindfulness and Meditation have Subtle and Nuanced Differences Strictly from my own personal perspective, I'd like to talk through how I experience the similarities, overlaps, and distinctions of Mindfulness versus Meditation. Right up...


    Pascal Derrien
    06/11/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    I have never done meditation it just did not happen for me or crossed my path. as far as mindfulness is concerned I don't know I think my mind is resting or wandering when I run or cycle ...... :-)
  2. ProducerNicole Chardenet
    The Present Moment, Frankly, Sucks!
    The Present Moment, Frankly, Sucks!This post originally appeared on Aurorasa Entertainment, the "unprofessional" blog of Aurorasa Sima, Emotional Intelligence, Empowerment & Success coach. Some of you might remember her from her beBee days. She and I reconnected on LinkedIn...


    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    21/10/2017 #10 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    #9 I can't imagine the Vietnamese hating anyone. They seem to embody the Buddhist teachings deeply.
    Nicole Chardenet
    21/10/2017 #9 Nicole Chardenet
    #8 Funny you should mention a Vietnamese prison. Not that I'm planning to go to one, but I want to go to Vietnam, maybe next year...I'm curious as to why the Vietnamese people don't hate Americans. I get it with the military...the North is like, "Why should we hate you? We won!" and the South is like, "Thanks for trying. We didn't win, but we appreciate your effort." It's the *people* I'm interested in...if anyone should hate Americans it's the Vietnamese people and they don't...I wonder if it's the Buddhist attitude?
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    20/10/2017 #8 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    #6 I think we have more tranquility inside us than we give ourselves credit for. By practicing mindfulness and meditation regularly, we can gradually ease the access to it so when we find ourselves in a Vietnamese prison we'll know what to do! :-)
    Aleta Curry
    20/10/2017 #7 Aleta Curry
    Oh, that was so witty I can't help grinning. Thanks for the chuckle, @Nicole Chardenet!
    Nicole Chardenet
    20/10/2017 #6 Nicole Chardenet
    #3 Well I'm still hoping my cat's-eye sunglasses are cooler than yours, Zacharias :) I wonder sometimes how people do it in truly desperate situations. Thich Nhat Hanh has written about trying to practice mindfulness and calming when he was in a Vietnamese prison. I think I'd be a head case in that situation. But not only did he manage to keep himself calm enough to get through it, he did it without any lasting anger at his jailers. He's a better man than I, Gunga Din!
    Nicole Chardenet
    20/10/2017 #5 Nicole Chardenet
    #2 Well I tell you, Lisa, mindfulness and meditation has really helped me, and I had money issues for the past year and a half until I got this new job. Even when I knew my old job was on the line (you can always tell...) and was jobhunting, I would have occasional anxiety attacks but they were fewer and farther between and not as bad as they usually were. I would walk and remind myself that most of what we worry about never happens. And that we can never be prepared for *everything*. It takes awhile for your mind to get acclimated but I've begun to notice in the last few months or so (after having been at it for over a year) that my mind is calmer and less prone to craziness. It doesn't stop completely - apparently it never stops for *anyone* including people who are masters at meditation - but it doesn't control you nearly as much.

    However, one thing I've read is that if you have a lot of trauma in your past it's not a good idea to do this without a therapist to help you through...because once you start focusing on yourself, your body, and your presence, the Bad Stuff comes up, and that's the stuff we avoid our entire lives. For a middle-class whiner like me it's not as traumatic as it is for folks who have serious PTSD when past events (whether they recognize it as such or not). When the Really Bad Stuff comes up you need to be prepared with a strong support at your back.
    Nicole Chardenet
    20/10/2017 #4 Nicole Chardenet
    #1 I hear you, Pamela! I have family on Long Island, NY and when I was still living in Connecticut and visiting them during the summer I used to walk the beach down to a jetty made of large stones and boulders and just sit and contemplate the vastness of it all. I think I got spoiled last summer with all the great weather (sometimes *TOO* hot!) and working from home I could enjoy it more with my computer out on the balcony. This year, the weather was cooler and crappier so I spent less time on the porch. Now I have an office job downtown so next year's rants will concern how the rain waits until the weekend to dampen my parade :)
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    19/10/2017 #3 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    Yeah, the weather can be a downer, urging us to flee to days where there was this yellow orb in the sky making things warmer and brighter... But let's face it, most of the days in one's life are either mundane or just plain painful. Mindfulness (or "joy in sorrow" as the Christians refer to it) is all about experiencing the moment nevertheless and perhaps some joy through the whole process. And this definitely leaves plenty of room for other things, including wearing cool cat's-eye sunglasses :-)
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    19/10/2017 #2 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    My mind is thinking and over thinking all the time. I need to find a way to slow it down. Like Pam wrote below, the Ocean is really one of the few things that truly calms and settles my mind. My husband offered to get me virtual shades and a tape of the Ocean (he was partly joking). I need the real thing. I enjoyed your buzz, you take a semi-boring topic (it shouldn't be boring) and bring it alive with your visuals and yes, your white privilege, LOL! If I could use mindfulness to stop my incessant worry over money issues... well, I'd be doing great. I need to find a place that brings me peace and quiet and try it but I tend to get lazy in the colder months.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    19/10/2017 #1 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    I loved this piece Nicole. I guess we all have those times in our life where it's all about "me". I find nature to be the ultimate trigger for bringing me back to the present and down to earth. The ocean especially has this effect on me. Watching the power of the waves, the sheer expanse and depths of these dark waters will usually put life back into perspective. When I'm in it's presence; I don't want to talk or think I just want to contemplate the beauty of it. It's why I love the early dawn hours on the beach; it's just me, the waves, and the sun peaking over the horizon. I feel my every breath, the tingle of the salt air on my skin, I feel alive rather than just existing.
  3. ProducerDon ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Cancer tails: Why our lives will never be cancer free and why we must take sides
    Cancer tails: Why our lives will never be cancer free and why we must take sidesI posted the following on my site Riding Shotgun (https://ridingshotgun.squarespace.com/) yesterday and posted a link to it as a buzz on beBee. The piece garnered some interesting responses (one in particular which I hope to share with you when/if I...


    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    10/10/2017 #28 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #27 @Dorothy Cooper We are all touched. Thanks for your commentary.
    Dorothy Cooper
    10/10/2017 #27 Dorothy Cooper
    My mother is 96 and just had some basal cells that were a carcinoma removed! We all do get cancer eventually and the rapaciousness of it never leaves anyone neutral again. I lost two brothers to cancer. Thanks for the thoughtful post.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    06/10/2017 #26 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #25 @Ian Weinberg Thank for your kind comments.
    Ian Weinberg
    06/10/2017 #25 Ian Weinberg
    Just concluded my last consultation of the week. It was a young woman who has not only survived a brutal medical history, but has transcended it by arriving at a place of acceptance and fortitude. I really doubt whether I could have survived as she has. And so to you @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr and your wife, my patients and all the other brave folk that absorb the body blows and soldier on with fortitude in an unjust world, I raise my glass and tip my hat in respect.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    06/10/2017 #24 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #22 @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher Good of you to stop by to deliver hugs. Thanks.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    06/10/2017 #23 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #21 @Phil Friedman Simply put - thank you my friend.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    06/10/2017 #22 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Very powerful @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr. I have heard other family members of cancer survivors and the survivor themselves, describe how cancer affects the person and entire family in many ways long after being told they are cancer free. I can only imagine that it would cause post trauma and certain events can cause people to relive certain moments in time.

    As for the rest of the world and all that has taken place, I swear, I'm at a loss for words. My only way to deal with it is to do what I can to help others and yes, live life to the fullest. I remember before I left for N. Carolina I told a friend I actually felt guilty going after what happened in PR and to other hurricane ridden Islands, then I arrive and hear the news of Vegas. I agree, we can't keep our tail between our legs and 'pray' that things will just improve. It takes a lot of action and we all have our work cut out for us.

    Hugs to you, Kate and your family! Thank you for sharing this honest buzz, well written!
    Phil Friedman
    06/10/2017 #21 Phil Friedman
    @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr, read this carefully, but quickly -- for this is not a usual form of expression for me, and it may disappear at any time.

    I am not often inspired and even more rarely do I talk about it. But people like you and Kate, and Char and her husband, and Jim and what must certainly be his "better half" inspire me to my core. For you meet life's travails with courage and tenacity. You do not romanticize misfortune, nor do you use your own challenges as a spotlight to garner attention for yourselves. What you do is offer encouragement and support and the wisdom born of experience to those who are walking the trail beside you. And I have to tell you that you guys are truly my superheroes.

    -- Phil Friedman
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #20 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #1 Thanks so much @Tausif Mundrawala
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #18 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #3 @Pascal Derrien Thanks so much friend.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #17 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #4 It touches everyone doesn't it @Deborah Levine? Thanks for reading.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #15 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #8 @Jim Murray Most days are pretty good but every once in a while it just bites you in the ass.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #14 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #9 @Lisa Vanderburg PD is wicked. My Aunt Dorothy experienced it and it gradually wore her down to a mere shadow. Best wishes to you.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #13 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #10 Too right @Laurent Boscherini. One day at a time.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    05/10/2017 #12 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #11 I appreciate you stopping by @Randall Burns How are things in the kitchen?
    Randall Burns
    05/10/2017 #11 Randall Burns
    Great article @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr Very heartfelt, I can relate...
    Laurent Boscherini
    05/10/2017 #10 Anonymous
    Thank you @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr for sharing your insightful and inspiring journey. Every small step counts. We might not reach all our goal today but that is okay, because each new day is one more day as a bonus.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    05/10/2017 #9 Lisa Vanderburg
    2: I've been intimately involved with cancer - my sister, who died Jan 2015. She's one of these very rare birds: a shut-in yet the best carer ever! She used to look after me during my many meningitis bouts (because my hubby didn't know 'what to do').
    My hubby is into more advanced Parkinson's; she helped me look after him too. Please accept this is NOT a comparison; the bandied-about phrase for PD is 'you don't die from it, you die WITH it'! It's meant to cheer everyone up and it's the biggest load of crap. I know. I write about it (not here).
    I also know how it will end; my whole life is built around keeping my man safe in an ever degenerative state that will rob him of whatever dignities he has left; his autonomic systems are fully under its curse now.
    Well done @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr....I understand the switch on the radio! :)
  4. Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    My most recent posting to Riding Shotgun is live. I am hopeful you'll find the time to visit.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Cancer tails: Why our lives will never be cancer free and why we must take sides
    tinyurl.com No. That's not a typo in the headline. This entire blog revolves around tales of cancer but this one in particular addresses the tail that the disease attaches to one's life. I better explain. Kate was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive...


    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    04/10/2017 #1 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    @Jim Murray You are mentioned and quoted in this posting. With gratitude and thanks.
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    Allen Fontaine

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  6. Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Recent heartbreaking events in Edmonton, Alberta and last night in Las Vegas saddened me beyond expectation. I am bereft of words to express the dismay we must feel at the state of our world. For some reason, I took comfort in this very old song, The Wayfaring Stranger. There are many versions of this song. It's been performed by everyone from Niko Case to Bill Monroe to Johnny Cash to Jack White. This version is from The Broken Circle Breakdown. . Maybe we can find hope in music.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    The Broken Circle Breakdown - Wayfaring Stranger
    tinyurl.com I am a poor wayfaring stranger While traveling thru this world of woe Yet there's no sickness, toil or danger in that bright world to which I go I'm going...
  7. ProducerDon ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Transformational Mindfulness Stress Reduction - A very special offer
    Transformational Mindfulness Stress Reduction - A very special offerRegular readers will know that my wife, Kate Kerr, is a highly-respected Mindfulness consultant. She recently posted the following on her FB company page and because I am such an enthusiastic supporter of both her and the benefits of mindfulness I...


    Charlene Norman
    22/09/2017 #5 Charlene Norman
    I have forwarded this to a bunch of lady friends @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr. Please do me a favour and put me on your wife's mailing list. This is fascinating. Can't do it now, but am interested. Thank you.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    21/09/2017 #4 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #3 @Pascal Derrien Indeed it is. As a BTW: really enjoyed your thought-provoking piece on diversity my friend.
    Pascal Derrien
    21/09/2017 #3 Pascal Derrien
    that's a pretty kool program by the look of it and it is so much better than climbing the corporate ladder :-)
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    21/09/2017 #2 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    @Kevin Pashuk Hi Beezer Buddy: If you, or someone you know, has an interest please do consider this special opportunity and or share with others. Many thanks.
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    21/09/2017 #1 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier, @Graham Smith, @Jim Murray, @Charlene Norman, Hi Friends: If you, or someone you know, have an interest please consider this opportunity and I would be delighted if you would share within your local networks. Many thanks.
  8. ProducerPascal Derrien

    Pascal Derrien

    In Diversity We Trust
    In Diversity We TrustMonths ago I wrote half an article that was meant to be bundled along side another half. Myself and another blogger had in mind to produce a long form post together. For various reasons it did not happen and it did not help that I had also lost the...


    Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    27/09/2017 #43 Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    #41 lot of hatred everywhere. But you have a voice, people do get to achieve solutions in USA for their own countries. That is something unique. Social divisions have been acceptable here for centuries until we decided to learn from the US.
    Pascal Derrien
    25/09/2017 #42 Pascal Derrien
    #41 thanks @Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams I think it is probably more a question of making it happen when one is rather than going to a place where everything has fallen into places, there will always be friction but if we can make it a slightly better on our turf I think it can go a long way :-)
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    24/09/2017 #41 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    Yesterday I listened to a news story on the battle going on in Barcelona over a people wanting recognition as a separate nation ( I believe this was the intent) The Catalonians...Then I listened to another story later about the Kurds. The US is so divided by so many "Thems', more so than I've witnessed in my lifetime.
    Then I had to wonder; was I living in a bubble, did this always exist and I just didn't see it. Who are all these hate mongers crawling out of the woodwork? They are not part of the America I loved. Is there anywhere left to go where diversity is seen as something of value or are we all truly being forced into cloning? I don't like my country any more. Iwe have truly become the obnoxious 'America' and it disgusts me to no end
    Pascal Derrien
    23/09/2017 #40 Pascal Derrien
    #39 of all places on the planet ๐ŸŒŽ you are the best positioned to bring some insights of the dos and don'ts @Claire L Cardwell
    Claire L Cardwell
    23/09/2017 #39 Claire L Cardwell
    Moving to South Africa as a foreigner (a white foreigner) in 1999 there was still an attitude of celebrating our diverse cultural background. We were trying our best to be that rainbow nation. Now things are different. Whilst the people look into each others eyes and make a judgement call on who that person is rather than what they are, things at the top are different. A divide and rule policy and a lot of finger pointing on all sides is taking place. Unfortunately we have to all admit that as humans we still mainly judge each other for what we are rather than who we are.
    Pascal Derrien
    23/09/2017 #38 Pascal Derrien
    #37 thanks @Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt for sharing first hand experience.......
    Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    23/09/2017 #37 Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    #35 if we were to talk in lines of caste ,Dalit and Non dalit.

    I belong to the upper caste despised by dalits, Himalayas are a non caste environment, so is a lot of the non river basin belt.

    Ram Nath kovind is an example of a Dalit who traded civil liberties of his caste for upper caste pupilage.

    Fyi.. see the Child labour Act of india legislated on 28th July 2016. Most lowere caste children suffere from this. Most upper caste children languishing in poverty suffer from this.. Our Nobel laureate has been talking in a muffled voice over this.

    Nobody opposed the passage of this bill, there was no public outcry because the areas where they resented, it wasnt covered by the media.

    Post demonetisation, children have been forced to work for food and shelter and Govt has fudged the numbers of child labour.

    I voted for this Govt. I feel ashamed now.

    Urban educated Indians believe in outsourcing social welfare to really old people. A 90 year old won us our Right to privacy, a 75 yr old our right to information.

    As far as India is concerned, A dalit President is political appeasement to show that all is progressive while dalit and non dalit politicians screw the people.

    It is a sham

    Casteism is publicised based on incidents that happen after a boiling point on certain days. The poor are exploited every single day, amd yes the women and children.

    Any man with money in their pockets has never been exploited. After long drawn enquiries,this is the outcome every single time.
    Pascal Derrien
    22/09/2017 #36 Pascal Derrien
    #35 true Yolanda but a taste of too few too little :-)
    Yolanda รvila Mรกrquez
    22/09/2017 #35 Yolanda รvila Mรกrquez
    I am optimistic.
    I think things are changing only that they are doing it very slowly.
    Ram Nath Kovind the Prime Minister of India is a 'dalit'.
    ย  AUDREY TANG, Digital Minister in Taiwan is a transgender person.
    They are just a couple of examples of what a few years ago was unthinkable and today is happening.
    Pascal Derrien
    22/09/2017 #34 Pascal Derrien
    #33 many thanks for dropping by I agree fully with the principles but I have not seen this executed or followed thru maybe there are examples out there which are not lip service ๐Ÿ˜€
    Deborah Levine
    22/09/2017 #33 Deborah Levine
    Cultural anthropology teaches us that every culture in every era has a sense of "Them" and "Us". There are times when differences are appreciated, like when we go to a foreign country for a vacation, see sights unseen, and eat exotic food. But the every day experiences of diversity on our home turf are subject to heightened emotions. Trying to homogenize all concerned may only deepen resentments, rather than create a level playing field. The situation requires mentoring programs and management training that focus on diversity. In turn, those initiatives must be implemented from the top echelons of leadership, whether corporate or, in this case, political. The placement of this unusual individual may be more of a political move than a diversity one, but it may now be replicated. Even if such an appointment happened just once in every town, workplace, and agency in the country, the message would gradually move from expediency to normalization.
    Jim Murray
    22/09/2017 #32 Jim Murray
    @Pascal Derrien. I'm glad you are getting a lot of views and comments. This is a very important issue these days as we battle to keep the playing field level for everyone.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    22/09/2017 #31 Lisa Vanderburg
    #23 I hear you @Pascal Derrien; I'm a foreigner here and in my country of origin, but I KNOW I'm lucky because I'm white(ish) and speak English....isn't that an awful thing to say! I used it on my own boys when they pissed and moaned about something (they were raised in the US); 'you're white, male, huge, English-speaking, in a first-world country....you have absolutely no grounds for whinging!'
    Pascal Derrien
    22/09/2017 #30 Pascal Derrien
    #27 mimetism microcosm and other little corners are hatred havens @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher don't be too hard on your town maybe it could reveal itself as a pocket of tolerance now that's the forever optimist in me :-)
    Pascal Derrien
    22/09/2017 #29 Pascal Derrien
    #27 a few home truths in your comments actually the video is fan made so probably more some kind of organic marketing than something fully thought thru :-) speaking of music I really like Corrosion of Conformity @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit View more
    #27 a few home truths in your comments actually the video is fan made so probably more some kind of organic marketing than something fully thought thru :-) speaking of music I really like Corrosion of Conformity @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit :-) Close
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    22/09/2017 #28 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #13 @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr, "They have friends with two daddies and others with two mommies. They have no comprehension of why that is somehow anything but normal. My wife and I strive to keep that attitude alive." That's how my parents raised us during the 60's and on. It wasn't until I grew older and began 'hearing' of race issues that I realized there were people who weren't able to accept or tolerate people who were weren't white. It made my stomach turn, literally and I had a hard time comprehending why people were so 'ugly,' literally- I really had a hard time understanding hatred over differing colors. I'm ashamed to admit but where I live now, well it's rare to see many black people here. I grew up in a diverse town and it's real... the town I live in is proof as are many rural areas that they still aren't open to diversity. If my daughter didn't live here, I would move in a heartbeat.

    My hope for the future, our kids and grandchildren. It has to stop somewhere, and begin anew!
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    22/09/2017 #27 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    There is diversity as an intelligence and there is diversity as a political and corporate conception. What diversity means to a politician or a typical corporate HR response is no where near diversity being an intelligence. Corporate and political speak is itself a conformity that plays out in similiar ways - so how the heck is that diverse?

    When the policy makers and political hacks all sound the same, then this idea of diversity is a product produced that resembles very little to the intelligence that should be diverse.

    Saying the right things and presenting oneself as diverse is another part of that branding song and dance that gets played, and that dance is definitely a conformist one, and nothing remotely like developing value from difference or recognizing diversity as an individual freedom and choice rather than a political or corporate conscription.

    Even the Chevelle band is not really diverse unless the four million albums it sold can be proven to be cutting cross boundaries. My guess is that there is a certain tribe who buys much of that music and so eventually the Chevelle's have their own marketing niche in which to sell records. The point here is not what the Chevelle's are but what marketing is and what politics is. Diversity should be that which is above those primal forces, but it is not.

    For sure acceptable prejudices as well damning prejudices prevail as do tribal separations Citing diversity initiatives does very little to all that stuff, which simply gets brushed under the carpet. Candor and difficult conversations are not the mainstay of diversity initiatives, but they should be - and as a Few Good Men Says - diversity initiatives often "cannot handle the truth".
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    21/09/2017 #25 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    First, humans have been migrating since the beginning of time, even if they came from a different planet. Second, that make us all cousins. Third, welcome to Earth, where you will pay to live, one way or another.
    Pascal Derrien
    21/09/2017 #24 Pascal Derrien
    #22 thanks @Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl :-) True
    Pascal Derrien
    21/09/2017 #23 Pascal Derrien
    #20 thanks @Lisa Vanderburg it is a tricky one and I sometimes end up believing that people won't understand what it is to be a foreigner until they actually become one, there are roughly 250 millions of people in the world living and working in a country different than their country of origin :-)
  9. Gary Watkins

    Gary Watkins

    Joss Stone - Oceans
    Joss Stone - Oceans The Ocean Generation and Joss Stone present, 'Oceans'. Download the song now - https://lnk.to/JossStone-Oceans For more information visit please visit...
  10. Tony ๐Ÿ Rossi
    Tony ๐Ÿ Rossi
    How Gratitude Can Help You Build Resilience
    advice.shinetext.com Gratitude reminds us of the tools we have to...
  11. ProducerEdward Lewellen

    Edward Lewellen

    Managing Your Mind Through Facilitated Neuroplasticity
    Managing Your Mind Through Facilitated NeuroplasticityWhen you think back to Napoleon Hill, William James, Dale Carnegie and, in more recent times, Zig Ziglar, Wes Brown, Jim Rohn, and Tony Robbins; What were (and are) they trying to do? Robbins consistently speaks of changing your "State", the way you...


    Edward Lewellen
    02/09/2017 #8 Edward Lewellen
    #3 Thank you, @Joyce Bowen!
    Edward Lewellen
    02/09/2017 #7 Edward Lewellen
    #4 Great illustration, @Cindi Wilkens!
    Edward Lewellen
    02/09/2017 #6 Edward Lewellen
    #5 Yes, my friend, feel free to tell other s about my new book!
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    02/09/2017 #5 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    "Another misconception about the brain is that you only use pieces and parts of it at any given time and that it's silent when you'r doing nothing". Sometimes I wonder my friend @Edward Lewellen how wa lead ourselves astray with misconceptions sometimes. Our brains receive info from our senses. Our senses are in perpetual motion and so keeping our minds busy. It is equally interesting that our brains keep changing as well (neuroplasticity).
    This is a wonderful buzz and I am sure as nore discoveries are made, new facts shall appear.
    You wrote that you are the author of the book "Life Mastery: The Fully Functional Life"! Is it published? I can tell your readers this is a book to rad. I have had access to its draft and the book is for us all.
    Cyndi wilkins
    02/09/2017 #4 Cyndi wilkins
    "It takes practice to empower a person to make significant change in the way their mind and brain work."
    For that it an absolute truth @Edward Lewellen ...It is not a 'one and done' kind of thing like learning to ride a bike ...it is an ongoing process of daily practice...like fine tuning an instrument...and that instrument is your own consciousness...the more you practice, the clearer your frequency becomes...you are then open to all possibilities;-) In my energetic circles we call that 'channeling.'
    Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    02/09/2017 #3 Joyce ๐Ÿ Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    I seek to change neural pathways. There are things we do that seem to be predetermined. It's up to us to institute change. Great Buzz!
    Edward Lewellen
    30/08/2017 #2 Edward Lewellen
    #1 Thank you for your insights, @Preston Vander Ven!
    Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    30/08/2017 #1 Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    Great Buzz. I love your methods of Meditation, Mindfulness, and Visualization. Yet for me to use these, I either need to read something or listen to something new or inspirational, write in my journal to get all the thoughts out of my head, or relax outside somewhere I call just hear the sound of nature. These three environments help me use the methods you describe above. Afterwards, I usually have more energy than drinking 2 or 3 energy drinks. It may not be physical. Yet, it is a emotional and spiritual boost that can get me over any temporary physical hump I may have that day. The human brain is amazing.
  12. ProducerDon ๐Ÿ Kerr
    How often do you reflect and remember?
    How often do you reflect and remember?A few weeks ago Kate, many of our breast cancer community and I lost a remarkable person and friend Catherine Brunelle.Since her death Kate and I have thought of her every day. There is no morbidity in our memories and daily reflection. There is...


    Joel Anderson
    29/08/2017 #6 Joel Anderson
    @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr Thanks for a great post. With lots going on over the past year and currently, I needed something like this.
    Jerry Fletcher
    29/08/2017 #5 Jerry Fletcher
    Don, you reminded me of this wonderful poem by Lord Byron:

    She Walks in Beauty

    She walks in beauty, like the night
    Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
    And all that's best of dark and bright
    Meet in her aspect and her eyes:
    Thus mellow'd to that tender light
    Which heaven to gaudy day denies.

    One shade the more, one ray the less,
    Had half impaired the nameless grace
    Which waves in every raven tress,
    Or softly lightens o'er her face;
    Where thoughts serenely sweet express
    How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.

    And on that cheek, and o'er that brow,
    So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
    The smiles that win, the tints that glow,
    But tell of days in goodness spent,
    A mind at peace with all below,
    A heart whose love is innocent!
    Bette Forester
    29/08/2017 #4 Bette Forester
    As always, Don, you plumb the depths of being a loving human being. Thank you. I challenge your idea of win/lose, however. Death, however grotesque and premature, is just death. Grace in all your poignant definitions lies in each moment... in each day. It is in that fullness and courage of being which is the win. You and Kate are proof of that. And your children, too. Catherine still is proof of that. She didn't lose... she won even as you morn... your loss, not hers. I am sad for your loss and I rejoice in your memories of her grace.
    Chuck Bartok
    29/08/2017 #3 Chuck Bartok
    Thank for the insight and sharing of a personal nature.
    Pascal Derrien
    28/08/2017 #2 Pascal Derrien
    Its up to us to make sure the sword is not too sharp, it is hard work becauseswords cut hopes and fun deeply sometimes so maybe we should throw a few rotten apples at Damocles that he forgets to bring it with him the next time :-)
    Debasish Majumder
    28/08/2017 #1 Debasish Majumder
    nice share @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr! ENJOYED READ. THANK YOU FOR THE SHARE.
  13. ProducerPreston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    Now is Powerful
    Now is PowerfulThe eternal present is the space within which your whole life unfolds. Life is NOW. There was never a time when your life wasnโ€™t RIGHT NOW, and only YOU can choseย to have the focus of your consciousness in the present rather than in the past or the...


    Kiaran FINN
    23/08/2017 #4 Kiaran FINN
    Agreed! It's a helpful mantra 'there is only NOW'
    Moi Kliniger
    23/08/2017 #3 Anonymous
    #2 A pleasure!
    Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    23/08/2017 #2 Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    @Moi Kliniger thanks for the share.
    Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    22/08/2017 #1 Preston ๐Ÿ Vander Ven
    Thanks @Milos Djukic for sharing my buzz.
  14. ProducerCharlene Norman

    Charlene Norman

    How to Beat Back Your Fear
    How to Beat Back Your FearFear is incessant; it makes us lazy, robbing us of many different assets. One of the things I do is help people overcome their fears and get on with their lives. EXCEPT, I can't use those words or phrases. Instead, I use phrases like, I can help...


    Charlene Norman
    23/08/2017 #27 Charlene Norman
    #26 Mr @Phil Friedman It is incredibly difficult to argue with a person who uses one of my favourite P words AND provides a picture to boot. ROFL. I find your brilliance beguiling.
    Phil Friedman
    23/08/2017 #26 Phil Friedman
    #25 Oh Ms. @Charlene Norman, I understand, believe me I do.

    What concerns me about the use of terms that express unrestrained optimism is that it can lead to genuinely damaging some people. Consider the expression, "You can do anything you set your mind to do."

    The fact is you can't. I have a younger cousin who once set her mind on flying. Put on a superman cape and jumped off the top of a staircase into mid air. Luckily she was very young at the time, the stairs and the floor were heavily padded and carpeted, and she suffered only minor injuries. But the incident illustrates the importance of understanding reality and not being either overly fearful and time OR being overly and unrealistically optimistic.

    Again, this is as important in business as it is in life in general: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/avoid-the-pitfall-of-excessive-positivity
    Charlene Norman
    23/08/2017 #25 Charlene Norman
    #24 Oh Mr. @Phil Friedman.

    How I miss the days of being black and white. While I agree with the concept of developing the ability to assess what one needs to be afraid of and what one does not need to be afraid of, I have found many folks don't share that opinion. And I have given up (in most cases) trying to change minds because frankly, it is just a waste of my energy. Instead, I start from where they begin and try to nudge them forward.

    No, I am not always successful with this approach but surprisingly, even to me, it is more effective than trying to convince them of the errors in their thinking patterns. Besides, I find when it comes to matters of the brain, I am generally wrong in the words I choose. Not in the ideas or thoughts. Just the words I choose. And that is a very humbling lesson.
    Phil Friedman
    22/08/2017 #24 Phil Friedman
    @Charlene Norman, not to put too fine a point on it, I believe that Lance is off-base when he says, "F.E.A.R. is an illusion. Something we fabricate in our own minds and pretend is real."

    Fear is often real, even when the "object" of that fear is very often not. But to deny reality to peoples' emotions is akin to taking drugs. What is necessary is to develop the ability the assess what one needs to be afraid of and what one doesn't. And that is just as true in business as it is in life in general. Cheers!
    Milos Djukic
    22/08/2017 #23 Anonymous
    #22 Cheers.
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #22 Charlene Norman
    thank you for the share @Milos Djukic. Cheers
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #21 Charlene Norman
    #20 yup. He is making my opinions even more stark these days. Gotta watch that eh? :))
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    22/08/2017 #20 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #19 You may have been hanging around the MurMeister (@Jim Murray) a little too much with that talk of 2x4s;)
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #19 Charlene Norman
    #18 Thank you for the share and thank you for the additions @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr. I find them all fascinating and very true. I will use them when next I teach. Although to be fair, I prefer to stick to the really practical stuff that I can beat in with a 2 by 4. Much easier that way. LOL
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    22/08/2017 #18 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    @Charlene Norman There's a couple of really valuable lessons that we learn in mindfulness meditation that are relevant here. The first is this: thoughts are not facts. Too often we allow ourselves to ruminate on thoughts that have very little to do with the reality of our situation. We allow past failures to fester or over-inflate past achievements and wonder why we're not achieving the same results today. Or we spend useless moments allowing thoughts to cloud our vision of the future or indulge in ridiculous, unattainable fantasies that our brains try to trick us into believing. Focusing on the present moment allows us to clear our minds and address things which we really can manage. The second is this: Jon Kabat-Zinn wrote "You can't tame the waves but you can learn to surf." His meaning here is that avoiding (because we're fearful?) adversity in our lives we get swept away. Turning toward adversity, recognizing our fears as factual is the only way to effectively put them in hand, examine them and address them with relevant action. We also refer to this as employing C.O.A.L. Confront fear with Curiosity. Be Open to what the reality is. Accept that they are present. Come to Love what they represent. Will share. Well done.
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #17 Charlene Norman
    Thank you for the shares @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee :)
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    22/08/2017 #16 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
    Charlene, I agree with your,

    "Today I say everyone needs a good jolt of fear to face down."

    The challenges bring us opportunities to shine and thrive.
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #15 Charlene Norman
    #13 Thank you Tracey. I always err on the side of practical. LOL
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #14 Charlene Norman
    #12 WOW! @Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular How brave to do a Live feed on such a raw experience. I was riding shotgun with you on the entire emotional roller coaster. Thank you. I have a few sayings ... 'everything is temporary -- the good, the bad and the ugly' "it is never as bad as it seems' 'we always have options' 'we never know how inspiring we are to others'. I think each and every one of those sayings applies to your very important lessons that you are trying to teach here. (I can't speak about the teachings of the live buzz feed. LOL) And it is soo true, the biggest fear we have is when we are gobsmacked with real life and death stuff or something important we can't solve with our loved ones. And then our whole perspective changes. And changes dramatically.

    My moment of reckoning came in Feb 2015 when I faced near death and two strokes felled me. I was scared silly I would never be the main breadwinner again, would never be the smart and sassy person my husband married, and would instead just be a vegetative lump. The power of the brain is truly remarkable. We all have the power to outstanding. A bit of hard freaking work, a positive can do attitude and the sky is the limit for pretty much anything. Today I say everyone needs a good jolt of fear to face down. At least once. People think I am crazy. Nope. Not at all.

    And it was wonderful to hear your accent too. It has been ages since I heard a good Aussie accent. The perfect way to start my morning. Thanks Lance.
    Tracey Sweetland
    22/08/2017 #13 Tracey Sweetland
    Thank you for sharing. A very useful read.
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    22/08/2017 #12 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
    My recent relevant Live Buzz...
    My Worst Night Ever: Fear is a Liar!
    Runtime 21:44 min
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    22/08/2017 #11 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
    #10 ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ–back at you @Charlene Norman
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #10 Charlene Norman
    #7 Lance my dear. My favourite emotive user! How are you? Thank you for sharing and buzzing for me. And you are so, so right. High fives my friend
    Charlene Norman
    22/08/2017 #9 Charlene Norman
    #6 Thank you kind sir. Much appreciated!
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    22/08/2017 #8 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
    ๐Ÿ‘ฅed ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿค๐Ÿณ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿšฒ
  15. Claire L Cardwell
    This lady is awesome!
    Claire L Cardwell
    How Spirituality Clarifies Your Successful Career Direction
  16. Claire L Cardwell
    Relaxing music - Sacred Chants of Shiva (full album) - Yoga meditation - Om Namah Shivaya
    Relaxing music - Sacred Chants of Shiva (full album) - Yoga meditation - Om Namah Shivaya Learn English on Skype - http://www.studyenglishskype.com/ Sacred Cยญhants of Shiva.ยญ From the Banksยญ of the Ganges.ยญ 2003 Artist: Uยญrmila Devi...


    Claire L Cardwell
    13/08/2017 #1 Claire L Cardwell
    This is the vibe I am on today. In all my travels around the world (and the Universe I suspect) meditation and yoga are the only things that keep me relatively sane.
  17. Geetam Khaond

    Geetam Khaond

    #receiving #courage #love #acceptance
    Geetam Khaond
    Courage in receiving
    www.linkedin.com In a nondescript neighborhood in Washington D.C., where street crime was higher than school enrollment and young adolescents were more found...
  18. ProducerNumo Quest

    Numo Quest

    Have a Great weekend .... The Power of Nothing ....
    Have a Great weekend .... The Power of Nothing .... For this weekend we have a great principle to share with you you can use at all times.Focus & EnergyAs we propagate and cascade that anything YOU WANT, is bound by Focus & Energy, this principle is applying to many things as well. Since with...


    Numo Quest
    12/08/2017 #3 Numo Quest
    Gracias @Cristina ๐Ÿ Lรณpez Hara for sharing. Have an Incredible weekend :O)))
    Numo Quest
    12/08/2017 #2 Numo Quest
    #1 It's great to see people understand these powerful things. As always, it' is nothing new nor ours, all we do is propagate and cascade to make each life a better one. That's our Mission. :O)
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    12/08/2017 #1 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    "Hence, you can not use that same Focus & Energy for a thing like, the attention and Love for those needing it around your corner, where you can make the difference to someone" Not for a second I would dispute this wisdom @Numo Quest
  19. Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    @Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen just shared a lovely piece of music with me and it caused me to recall this wonderful song by my good friend Cosima Grunsky. She's a fellow parent of two young boys at my kids' school and a genuinely sweet, loving person. She also mentions my wife Kate in this tune! Thought you all might enjoy her perspective on finding grace in a sometimes crazy world and enjoying the present moment.
    New Found Grace Cosima
    New Found Grace Cosima A new song from Cosima's new CD: Grace Notes...


    Claire L Cardwell
    11/08/2017 #7 Claire L Cardwell
    Love this Don! Just checking out her next song on the playlist - Ripples on the Water.. Love this lady's voice! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMJsU3WhXgg
    Sara Jacobovici
    11/08/2017 #6 Sara Jacobovici
    So glad you shared this wonderful singer and her song @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr! I was very moved to hear Kate's name. She is truly an inspiration. All the best to you all!
    Ian Weinberg
    11/08/2017 #5 Ian Weinberg
    Cool song, great voice. Inspiring lady. Thanks for sharing @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    11/08/2017 #4 Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    #3ghanks so much @Ken Boddie
    Ken Boddie
    11/08/2017 #3 Ken Boddie
    This lady's voice is like a ray of sunshine on a cold winter morning. Just had to download the album from iTunes. Many thanks for sharing your friend's music, Don.
    Phil Friedman
    11/08/2017 #2 Phil Friedman
    Wow!!! Just beautiful. With a flavour of Maritime Canada and reminds me of some of the voice artists of the Perth County Conspiracy. Thank you, @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr, for sharing this.
    Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    10/08/2017 #1 Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    Outstanding! Thanks so much for sharing @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr, another artist to add to the playlist for sure. Next time you see her, let her know she has another fan in Minnesota!
  20. ProducerMelissa Hughes

    Melissa Hughes

    Mindfulness Changes Your Brain... Literally!
    Mindfulness Changes Your Brain... Literally!Mindfulness is a pretty big buzz word these days. And before you dismiss it as new-age hype, there is scientific research and neural imaging studies to back it up. Mindfulness doesnโ€™t just change your mindset; it literally alters your brain. ...


    Claire L Cardwell
    16/08/2017 #5 Claire L Cardwell
    Excellent article @Melissa Hughes! Meditation and practice of mindfulness has helped me immeasurably over the years.
    Puneet Srivastava
    10/08/2017 #4 Puneet Srivastava
    The truth of the pudding,
    is in discovering its taste.
    Plus the feeling called 'yum'
    can't be captured
    in the charts, reports & statistics
    put together in the world.
    For that can be read
    only on the face of the one
    who just had a bite into the 'yum'.
    Same is this stuff,
    which you call Mindfulness.
    Gud day & Gud wishes. :)
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #3 Ian Weinberg
    #2 It's a start, but much more data required. Also, brain development (integration) is an active process (neuroplasticity). Merely practicing 'mindfulness' won't cut it. It requires integrating the mind state into all elements of daily life - an active process.
    David B. Grinberg
    10/08/2017 #2 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for sharing the interesting info and insights, Melissa. I'm sharing this on three hives. I think our friend and neurology expert, Dr. @Ian Weinberg, may also have some thoughts about the relationship between mindfulness and neuroscience. What say you, Dr. Weinberg?
    Debasish Majumder
    09/08/2017 #1 Debasish Majumder
    are we crazy to ponder about brain, when the external conditions largely effect out brains and the reflections we receive are largely responsible for navigating our brains@Mellisa Hughes, why do we only concentrate of our brains configurations?
  21. Numo Quest

    Numo Quest

    We have shared another Great Universal Principle today. All about Abundance. How it works, how to let it become part of your life and how to start the Cheap Challenge. Want to get it? Just email us at Power@numoquest.nl . It;'s commercial free, no hassle, no afters ales. Njoyยฎ! :O) Renรฉ C. Numo Quest


    Numo Quest
    08/08/2017 #1 Numo Quest
    Abundance. Who doesn't want it? How to make Abundance a habit to you? Only a matter of knowing how which is 'Free of Charge' for anyone. Just get the Habit of it. Request the how .... Power@numoquest.nl No Sales, no obligation...
  22. Numo Quest

    Numo Quest

    Come and get it for free.... Changing habits. It' isn't that hard or difficult, it's a Choice. Your Choice. What happens if you change a habit? Just grab a read and you know. Free of charge, free of choice. . Power@numoquest.nl Numo Quest
  23. ProducerGeoff Hudson-Searle
    Are good story tellers happier in life and business.....continued
    Are good story tellers happier in life and business.....continuedI recently wrote a post: โ€œAre good story tellers happier in life and businessโ€œ? I received an overwhelming response to it, so, with this in mind I decided to continue the subject in this blog.When we look at the constant and repetitive process of...


    Lisa Vanderburg
    04/08/2017 #14 Lisa Vanderburg
    #13 Thanks @Geoff Hudson-Searle! Sorry - should have mentioned I had read your blog post at the same time as this; that too was excellent. Like you, I'm a great believer in the power of story-telling. It is an art and by far the best way to communicate! Love to be tagged on your next post/buzz!
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    03/08/2017 #13 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #11 Hi @Lisa Vanderburg, great to hear from you loved your thoughts, I did write an earlier blog called 'Are good story tellers happier in life and business' I felt the subject was worthy of a further explanation and funny enough I have an interesting theme for a new blog that is due for release on October 16th, now that would be great to have your prospective and thoughts. What a storyteller says must be consistent in their heart and mind and truth to the audience, mindfulness is really important in how one delivers the story, a final thought: stories do grab us. They take us in, transport us, and allow us to live vicariously and visually through anotherโ€™s experience. As Iโ€™ve said often in my work around presence, shared stories accelerate interpersonal connection. Learning to tell stories to capture, direct and sustain the attention of others is a key leadership skill. Storytelling also greatly helps anyone speaking or presenting in front of an audience.
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    03/08/2017 #12 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #10 Hi Jerry, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. was correcting me over the day and she was so right, I needed more coffee on Wednesday, however, Tuesday could also be the new Wednesday :-) what exactly is time? According to Wikipedia, Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. Time is a component quantity of various measurements used to sequence events, to compare the duration of events or the intervals between them, and to quantify rates of change of quantities in material reality or in the conscious experience. Time is often referred to as the fourth dimension, along with the three spatial dimensions. So whether you are in the upper left hand side of the US, Midwest, New York, Europe or London, time to me is a metaphor for moments, experiences and of coarse mindfulness :-)
    Lisa Vanderburg
    03/08/2017 #11 Lisa Vanderburg
    This is my first experience of your story-telling @Geoff Hudson-Searle, and it is GOOD! Although I have never been part of the corporate world, I have given presented talks to some corporations. I observe the essence of what you know: Story-telling is wholesome and energizing; even if it's not particularly an 'up' subject, it can be enlivening, encouraging and should always be entertaining!
    I am personally a little wary of Mindfulness (happy to expand on that if you want), but I have no doubt to its power in those 'willing to receive'! I have seen thousands-strong corporations embrace this philosophy and become all the stronger and better bonded for it. So Mindefulness may well be the epiphany we collectively need, and that boils down to a good story!
    Jerry Fletcher
    03/08/2017 #10 Jerry Fletcher
    I'm reading this on Thursday here in the v upper left corner of the USA. The day/date doesn't change a well wrought excursion into what makes writers a little closer to the earth. I believe that as we live through, structure and organize experiences we may be slightly better attuned to all of our senses and the emotions they evoke with a dollop of synesthesia thrown in. If you want to call that mindfulness, okay.
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    02/08/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    #8 well I join you for that, thank you, happy coffee moments and more!
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    02/08/2017 #8 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #7 OMG, I need more coffee :-) Happy Wednesday too, enjoy the honey bee buzzes! :-)
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    02/08/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    #6 well, I thought it was officially Wednesday ;-) but thank you @Geoff Hudson-Searle, in that case the week will be longer and has more room for more beautiful posts here on beBee
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    02/08/2017 #6 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #4 Thank you Liesbeth Happy Tuesday! :-)
    Numo Quest
    02/08/2017 #5 Numo Quest
    #2 Amen to that Geoff.... :o)
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    02/08/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    bees that bring happiness to beBee
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    02/08/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    of course they are ;-), as they give, and giving is always receiving. You made bees happy with your post, and it will certainly reflect to you in bitcoins for happiness.
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    02/08/2017 #2 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #1 Thank you Numo, great comments and no surprise I am totally in agreement to your thoughtfulness on mindfulness, there is a quote by Thich Nhat Hanh that really resonates with me too โ€œPeople usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don't even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a childโ€”our own two eyes. All is a miracle.โ€
    Numo Quest
    02/08/2017 #1 Numo Quest
    Though the approach is most interesting, I like to leave the commerce out of it. Since the focus of Mindfulness as we experience, is free of all. Free of judging, free of feeling 'pressed' to judge, or to opinion or stand because of what commerce is want us to. Mindfulness is the joy and pleasure of nothing and all for any person in difference globally. Mindfulness is like floating on your back in the Ligurian sea looking sole to the blue sky and think nothing. Mindfulness is your focus, strive, journey to fullness, regardless what that fullness for anyone is. Just out 3cts in this great publish.
  24. ProducerRenรฉe  ๐Ÿ Cormier
    Questioning the Questioner: Sara Jocobovici Takes Her Turn
    Questioning the Questioner: Sara Jocobovici Takes Her TurnThe lovely Sara Jacobovici has taken to interviewing fellow bees and posting her Q & A series so that we may all know each other better. After Sara interviewed me, it occurred to me that Sara should also be interviewed. I have taken the...


    Renรฉe  ๐Ÿ Cormier
    07/08/2017 #51 Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier
    #49 It was a real joy!
    Sara Jacobovici
    07/08/2017 #50 Sara Jacobovici
    #49 Thank you for your kind and generous words @Sue Bryan. Much appreciated.
    Sue Bryan
    07/08/2017 #49 Sue Bryan
    @Sara Jacobovici continues to support us all in creating authentic relationships with each other. Thanks for doing this @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier.
    Renรฉe  ๐Ÿ Cormier
    04/08/2017 #48 Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier
    #45 It was fun to do!
    Renรฉe  ๐Ÿ Cormier
    04/08/2017 #47 Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier
    #46 The questions are all the same questions that Sara asks people she interviews in her Q & A, except for the bonus question, which was mine to her.
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    04/08/2017 #46 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    What a wonderful interview @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier. Your wise selection of questions helped us get to know more about our "high on life" bee, @Sara Jacobovici. It is a privilege to know, Sara, and enjoy her wonderful discussions.
    ๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams
    03/08/2017 #45 ๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams
    This is such a wonderful interview and a bonus to what we already know and learn from Sara. Her mind and thoughts are that a beautiful bee that buzzes around leaving pollen and honey on the way. Pollen helps generates more honey and the honey enriches our minds in creative ways. We have both shared our love for Victor Frankl and I knew the answer to that question.
    Your journey on self discovery is inspiring and I thank you for sharing it with us. Keep inspiring the world and stay awesome always #beBeelove

    Thanks Renee for the awesome interview.
    Michele Williams
    03/08/2017 #44 Michele Williams
    Wonderful idea @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier! Fabulous to get to know @Sara Jacobovici better. Viktor Frankl is a favorite of mine also.
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    03/08/2017 #43 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    This is great. thanks @Sara Jacobovici @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier. queen bees ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
    Sara Jacobovici
    03/08/2017 #42 Sara Jacobovici
    #41Thank you for your kind and touching comment @Tausif Mundrawala Wishing you all the best.
    Tausif Mundrawala
    03/08/2017 #41 Tausif Mundrawala
    I kept on hold to watch this wonderful video and believe me I became a bigger fan of yours, @Sara Jacobovici The pain of losing the closest family member in fact my own progenitor was devastating. I wanted to forget myself so that I could forget her but my entire family would have been in ruins with this drastic step of mine. You have always been a great support whenever I needed as you have asked about her well being. God bless you always.
    mohammed khalaf
    03/08/2017 #40 mohammed khalaf
    The queen of beBee interviews !Sara be Bee! With her warm smile and engaging personality
    Sara Jacobovici
    03/08/2017 #39 Sara Jacobovici
    #37 Thanks for taking the time to read and respond @Paz๐Ÿ Hueso Luque. Love hearing from you.
    Sara Jacobovici
    03/08/2017 #38 Sara Jacobovici
    #35 Love to hear what we have in common @Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen. That's wonderful! Keep me updated on the snowshoes and canoes.
    Paz๐Ÿ Hueso Luque
    03/08/2017 #37 Paz๐Ÿ Hueso Luque
    Congratulations for this beautiful interview, dear @Sara Jacobovici!Thank you so much, @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier!๐Ÿ˜
    Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    03/08/2017 #36 Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    A wonderful interview of one our more prolific bee's, @Sara Jacobovici!
    Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    03/08/2017 #35 Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    What an outstanding interview @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier! I love that you flipped the equation and put @Sara Jacobovici in the spotlight. And Sara, its so great to learn just a bit more about you. We have something in common, and its a bit funny. Just the other day a friend on LI posted about "what-if" careers. My response was twofold. First, I've always wanted to build canoes (Which I know my friend @Don ๐Ÿ Kerr, would understand) and I WILL do that ("I'm working on my first pair of snowshoes to learn how to form wood strips), the second (and funny thing), was that if I had it to do over again I might have pursued the Ethnomusicologist path as well. I think that would be a seriously COOL job! Back in the day when I was just deciding on my degree path, I didn't even know such a career existed. It wasn't until I was about 30 that I ran into a museum curator who was. . .
    Tausif Mundrawala
    02/08/2017 #33 Tausif Mundrawala
    Thank you so much, @Renรฉe ๐Ÿ Cormier for this interview. It was absolutely necessary to know the person who took pain to introduce many of our bees to us. The bees to whom I know but got to know them more closely just because of this interview. You are a jewel in this crown of beBee, @Sara Jacobovici
    Sara Jacobovici
    02/08/2017 #32 Sara Jacobovici
    #29 Thank you @Gert Scholtz. Love hearing from you.
  25. Don ๐Ÿ Kerr
    Last night was my son Gabriel's last game of the 2017 season. The Giants won only two games all year but they finished out the season with a hammering of the #1-ranked Expos with a score of 21-7. It was delightful to see the unbridled joy the kids displayed but equally impressive (if not more) was the determination, dedication and stalwart belief these 9 - 11 year old boys and girls maintained throughout the entire experience. There's a good lesson for grown ups here - it's about the playing and participating fully and not about the winning. I'm gonna miss these evenings at the ballpark being inspired by these kids and their amazing, dedicated coaches. Don ๐Ÿ Kerr


    Milos Djukic
    01/08/2017 #1 Anonymous
    Congrats :)
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