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Comments02/12/2016 #1 Ali AnaniSignaling with lovely symphony
To construe a hive with honey
Spirally they dance with glee
What a jocund company!
Nature’s amazing serendipity
A delicious produce
Dear @debasish majumder View moreSignaling with lovely symphony
To construe a hive with honey
Spirally they dance with glee
What a jocund company!
Nature’s amazing serendipity
A delicious produce
Dear @debasish majumder- you MUST be happy and grateful poet to be able to write an excellent poem. Just as @Tausif Mundrawala wrote in his lovely buzz we need to nude ourselves out of unhappiness. Close
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Comments26/11/2016 #3 Ali AnaniThis is a sad story @debasish majumder. I have witnessed similar cases. Social pressures overcome home bringing, drive some people to compare with others and do illegitimate actions to reach the level of the higher class. This ends up only in loss for the whole family and the parents who worked hard to have a son reach a certain qualification only to find out they were sowing in water.
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Comments24/11/2016 #4 Fatima WilliamsI love this poem @debasish majumder You truly make beBee special. Thank you
"Though tiny we are
Serving with significance for a fairly long tenure
We promote a grand signature in the existing nature
Emphatically declare our Royal nomenclature!
Be bee, be bee
Make only honey with utmost glee!
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Comments27/11/2016 #103 Jared Wiese#102 Love it! HA... here we go....
Your acceptance comment reminds me of M. Scott Peck's Road Less Travelled (which I imagine you've read ;)
The first 2 paragraphs speak to acceptance (CAPS are mine):
"Life is difficult.
This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult - once we truly understand and ACCEPT it - then life is no longer difficult. Because once it is accepted, the fact that life is difficult no longer matters."
The paradox, duality, good/bad, negative emotions (suffering) topics also remind me of Dan Millman's The Life You Were Born to Live. From the chapter, The Law of Perfection:
"From a transcendental perspective, everyone and everything is unconditionally perfect; from a conventional viewpoint, perfection doesn't exist" -J. Krishnamurti
"The Law of Perfection presents a paradox because it contains two apparently opposite truths, which operate at different levels of experience.
From a conventional view, this world is a place of suffering: crime in the streets, the hungry, the homeless, the oppressed. Even without the daily news, in our own lives, when we get what we don't want, we suffer; when we don't get what we do want, we also suffer; and even when we get exactly what we want, nothing lasts in this realm.
From a transcendental perspective - seeing ourselves and this world with all its difficulties from the all-encompassing wisdom and patience and love and understanding that comes when our hearts are open - then all of it, the joys and sorrows, the suffering and pleasure, and everything going on in this moment on planet Earth, is absolutely, completely perfect in terms of a great process of evolution."27/11/2016 #102 Sara Jacobovici#101 No rambling here @Jared Wiese but your perspective and insights. Thanks for sharing. When you write, "Until we reach a threshold, we probably will not really change the circumstances that got us, stung.", it reminds me of Carl Rogers quote, "The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."27/11/2016 #101 Jared Wiese#84 yes, Sara. Thank you for the insightful reply! More good perspectives.
My simile also speaks to tolerance. Many people can tolerate 1 sting. Some cannot. Until we reach a threshold, we probably will not really change the circumstances that got us, stung.
I am thinking of the more current definition of tolerance. To me, it then gets into how much pain we take before changing. This ties to negative emotions and your discussion point.
- Am I "really mad/sad/hurt/NEGATIVE" that I got stung? (notice the reactivity)
- Am I "grateful/glad/smarter/POSITIVE" that I now know what I did or can do to avoid getting stung (proactive).
It is not me vs. the bee. It is me AND the bee. Perhaps that's another perception of duality?! We both exist and do what we are innately born to do (sting/react)
. . . or learn to do better (sting/not swat at a Bee's nest, then get uoset about it) if we are more evolved.
Please excuse the rambling-if you feel/choose to see it as such. I hope it ties to many points in this discussion.27/11/2016 #100 Sara JacoboviciPart 2/2 @Nikki Petersen continued from part 1.....Tension does exist in the "negative" until the expected resolution occurs and then the positive/release takes place. The duration, intensity and sense of familiarity of the tension will create different experiences. Nothing simple about all of this but certainly makes for interesting discussion.
I have to confess the first thing I thought of was Peanuts and Lucy and Charlie Brown and the football. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=055wFyO6gag27/11/2016 #99 Sara Jacobovici#96 Part 1/2 Thank you @Nikki Petersen for taking the time to read my post and for your comment. I appreciate you bringing up trust/mistrust as they are are an important contribution to this discussion. You write, "For us to create the trust that enables the sitting with the tension, there also has to be mistrust. There has to be doubt that the outcome will be what we hope it will be." My sense of this is a mature view point; something we are able to form out of accumulated experiences, whereas trust and mistrust are formed very early on in human development. It's not a matter of hope for the newborn and infant to have his or her needs met, its an expectation. The newborn or infant trusts that his or her physical and emotional needs will be met; it's unspoken and innate. It is when those needs are not met that mistrust begins to form and produces feelings/sensations related to anxiety.
In any group, individuals bring their own meanings formed from experiences related to expectations and will either be "naively" open in their trust or on the other end of the spectrum, suspicious, or anywhere in between. Trust is earned; we shouldn't trust anyone until they have proven that they are trustworthy. In terms of my clinical work I remind my client of that. I have to work hard at earning his or her trust. As well, I remind my client that there are three aspects to the trust in the work; they need to trust themselves that they will do what they need or able to do in their work, trust the medium; whether the talking or the creative arts materials and process, and then there is me, where the client can take the time to develop that trust.27/11/2016 #97 Jim MurrayI learned a bit here and that's always good. This is a solid post, nicely reasoned and resolved and very useful, especially for Americans at this extremely stressful juncture in their history.
But I was a little taken aback at some of the comments. This Max Carter fellow very much appears to be a walking contradiction of sorts. "I have one rule in life. Do not go to jail. If you like it, do it again, if not, don't." What does that even mean and what does that have to do with your piece? The first time I read it I got the distinct impression he was approving of those who choose a life of crime.
There's a certain etiquette that needs to be observed here. People spend a lot of time and energy on their posts, and slathering the comments with non-sequiturs and discussion highjacks is really bad form. The whole idea is that the engagement should add to the value of the post, not take the discussion off into the wild blue yonder.
I guess you could accuse me of the same thing, but it needed to be said, because I'm seeing a lot of it lately.27/11/2016 #96 Nikki Petersen@Sara Jacobovici I enjoyed your discussion of this topic. I do enjoy this forum because it allows me to think deeply, which I need in my life. Thank you.
I wonder where trust fits in? In trying to apply the topic to my own life, personal, business, and parenting (among other aspects), my observation is that so much of the tension and dissonance is created by trust/mistrust issues. For example, the employees can feel that they should focus on the journey of discovery to multiple outcomes, but they have to trust that their ideas will fall on receptive ears; isn't the reason that sitting with the tension is uncomfortable is because they're not sure they can trust what will happen in the long-run?
With your other example, music and therapy, doesn't the client need to be able to trust that the outcome of being with the tension created in a session will be useful or meaningful? That trust isn't just there, automagically -- it has to be created.
For us to create the trust that enables the sitting with the tension, there also has to be mistrust. There has to be doubt that the outcome will be what we hope it will be.
And that's where the circle comes back to negative emotions. We've all been hurt and we've all experienced the disappointment of misplaced trust. It's part of being human.
The tension between positive and negative then, must come from trust and mistrust?27/11/2016 #95 Max CarterWhat is it you are disagreeing with?
Which part and why?
I am think the readers would be curious to know more than I would.
Is the part where I say we are not as removed from the animal kingdom a we would like to think?
Is it the part where I explain pack mentality and how it actually works?
Is the part about rules creating exclusion?
Or is it all of it summarily?
I covered more Tran one point.27/11/2016 #90 Max Carter#89 The chaos behind why the birds flock together has many variables down to the individual birds and the place they take within the flock. there are no rules, they feel their way though it with instinct and at times in any flock or even pack there are challenges for pecking order or place in the pack.
The alpha is the strongest leader of the flock or the pack that guides them true and out of danger based on the leaders intuition which is chaos based in the now and the variables in a state of flux being read in the moment.
We as humans foolishly think ourselves more evolved from the animal and will go against intuition in favor of thinking we can think better than our intuitive senses. That is the biggest road block we create and keep in place for ourselves.
I have one rule in life. Do not go to jail. If you like it, do it again, if not, don't.
When you start creating rules you have to start excluding those who don't meet with your rules. For me i think it's healthy not be hanging out with someone in the middle of creating a crime and to avoid breaking the law myself in my own actions.
When people do not comply with the laws we impose in society they go away from society and are excluded from society.
Rule building is about creating mechanisms for and parameters for exclusion.27/11/2016 #89 Ali Anani#88 There are simple rules for birds flocking together> The feedback effect leading to chaos is based on simple rules. No one pretends the rules are always right, but we strive to improve them. They help in focusing our efforts. Nobody till now can predict the weather of of its complexity, but it was the three simple differential equations that helped in noticing the butterfly effect. We are trying to do the same.27/11/2016 #88 Max Carter#87 I disagree because existence works on the principle of organized chaos and as a part of existence so do we which means all the variables are variable in the moment and no equation is ever going to suit the moment you are in unless you create it and can control all the variables which control is an illusion.
To create an equation is to engage in willful delusion that one has control over anything. We mange ourselves we don't control anything because we are organized chaos not a machine.
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Comments23/11/2016 #4 debasish majumder#3 Thank you very much sir @Ali Anani for being kind enough to go through my post and shared your warm appreciation and support. actually the nuances of modesty i honestly learn from you, precisely how effective tool it is in modern digital media, where majority lose their calm and tend to resort to useless ventilating their irritation, despite being humiliated, and resulting them to bring infamy for them. but, on contrary, your address all with a modest 'dear' word, despite their comment may not subscribe with your views, is truly a lesson for many to learn, setting an axiom for many to follow. once more thanks sir for your appreciation. i am privileged and honored.
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Comments21/11/2016 #1 Lisa GallagherGreat poem @Ebenezar John Paul. What you wrote of tends to be true for many, especially in the early stages of dating. It can also be true when someone is attracted to another yet they are afraid of letting them know for fear of rejection. Pretenses, we've all been guilty!
- Producer17/11/2016The Positive Side of Negative EmotionsI wrote a presentation on separation thinking in which I discussed our tendency to ask this or that such as is it the egg or the chicken? I wondered why not this AND that. More relevant questions are available that reinforce this separation...
Comments22/11/2016 #110 Franci Eugenia HoffmanNegative emotions are natural reactions that we need to cope with. Recognizing the cause of negative emotions can lead the way to deal with them appropriately. Ignoring them can eventually cause a downward spiral and even result in harm to others and ourselves.21/11/2016 #109 Ali Anani@Sara Jacobovici responded in a buzz to this buzz. What a great read Sara's buzz is. You may read it here:
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/developing-a-tolerance-to-negativity20/11/2016 #108 Ali Anani#107 I agree with you dear @Mohammed Sultan. Your comment is consistent with the quantum theory "When we consistently make certain assumptions about the bad things that may happen to us we trigger our negative emotions". When we focus only on negatives we develop the Observer Effect. Negative emotions help to stabilize positive emotions, but excessively reflecting on negative ones throw us out of balance.20/11/2016 #107 Mohammed SultanDear @ Ali Anani PhD.Thanks for sharing the output of your balanced emotion.When we consistently make certain assumptions about the bad things that may happen to us we trigger our negative emotions.Everything depends on how we view our external world.People with unbalanced emotion explain the bad things that happen to them in terms that are internal and stable.Thinking all the time of what went wrong is the moving sands of our emotions.It leads to giving up and prevent us from seizing opportunities because we think of punishment of failure(negative emotion) rather than the rewards for success(positive emotion).Fit and balance of our internal emotions should be done first before we align them with reason or with the external world.It also make sense to delay our decisions or meetings when we temporarily are flooded with negative emotion and become unable to balance them with reason.20/11/2016 #105 Ali Anani#104 You writing is packed with images dear @Lisa Gallagher. Having just read your beautiful buzz of today on "Relationships and Empathy", you proved to me that your words are poetic, rich in vividness, and draw images in my mind. You words are images and I wonder why you think it is hard for you to describe in words. For readers, I strongly recommend for you reading the buzz of Lisa. It shall be time well-invested and for you to know that my comment reflects reality:
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@lisa-gallagher/relationships-and-empathy#c1120/11/2016 #103 Ali Anani#102 @Lisa Gallagher- emotions and thoughts lead to actions. For every action there is an equal reaction in the opposite direction. That is why I find your comment so deep and informative, and especially this part of the comment "The more we put out to the universe, negative or positive, well it comes back to us". You do amaze me with how simply and clearly you express complex ideas.20/11/2016 #102 Lisa GallagherIt's amazing how negative emotions can over take the postive emotions @Ali Anani. I think you described some of the mystery behind them well. We can co-exist as long as our common core is one that comes from a good place. I think we aren't able to co-exist if one person is positive (for the most part) and the other is inherently evil. I've always believed that positive attracts positive and vice versa. The more we put out to the universe, negative or positive, well it comes back to us. Everyone has negative emotions and that's not a bad thing. It's when we allow those emotions to dictate our lives and treat others unjustly because we feel so bitter inside.20/11/2016 #100 Ali Anani#96 @David Navarro López wrote a beautiful buzz on the forging metaphor. Thanks @Max Carter for reminding us of this metaphor. To better understand this metaphor, I urge you to read David's buzz at the following link:
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/can-the-character-be-forged20/11/2016 #96 Max Carter#95 @David Navarro López I really dug the piece and thank you for sharing it. Bruce Lee said something to the effect to take what resonates and make it uniquely your own. That's what triggered in my mind as I read the part about Copy.
It's all been done before however there is always a way to express it that is unique to one's perspective and how one applies it to ones life
I like the metal forging metaphor as well as I use a simple philosophy of the sword has no master to illustrate that each is a living sword and the hilt is the mind and letting others have control over what and how you think allows them to weld you against whoever the choose.
Something ingrained in me by my Hungarian family and many family debates that looked like war was about to break out. I was taught if I couldn't put it in my own words I was not allowed to participate because until you can put it in your own words you have yet to live concept to find if it is wise for your life. .
It's never easy to look at oneself and ones past and see where one inflicted harm and own it and forgive oneself by changing ones behavior so they don't repeat the inflicting of suffering as a matter of habit as they keep on keepin on.20/11/2016 #95 Anonymous#92 No idea who gave you a -1, Max. Maybe an inexperienced user who does not know how it works, because your comment is full of wisdom.
I agree with your words "People fear changing themselves because then maybe they might have to take responsibility..."
Self awareness can be a very disgusting experience if you don't like what you see, and you don't have the guts to change it. But is possible, in every case.
Some time ago I wrote a post you might like, concerned to this: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-navarro-lopez/can-the-character-be-forged20/11/2016 #94 Sara Jacobovici#89 Thanks for clarifying your comment @Harvey Lloyd. I understand that the sarcasm can come from parenting experiences ;-) but..... objectively speaking.....that potential wisdom does exist and experiences with time does enable the realization of that potential.19/11/2016 #92 Max CarterWhy do we fear getting rid of the terms positive and negative when describing human emotion?
Let me see I can answer this.
We fear letting go of these abusive descriptors so we can avoid actually having to deal with the cause of the emotional response and own responsibility for actions that led to the emotion displayed.
We cling to these terms to avoid dealing with each other and taking responsibility for our actions and words by saying "They are being negative and I did nothing or said nothing to illicit that response, it's their choice. and they are being negative."
This is self delusional avoidance and why these terms are abusive to self and all ones.
This is behavioral psychology applied with out allowing personal identity in the form of the ego expression to distort the view.
To let go these ideas means a redefinition of self and the ego expression. People fear changing themselves because then maybe they might have to take responsibility for things they have done in the past and acknowledge the suffering they have inflicts and generally people like to avoid that as they see it as a negative experience and this increases their resistance to change.
- Producer15/11/2016Adaptations to Emotional FloodingI am not discussing the flooding of markets with products. I am not discussing the flooding of information. I am interested in this buzz to talk about emotional flooding and its consequences. I am tempted to write this buzz having read the buzz...
Comments16/11/2016 #74 Ali Anani#72 @Deb Helfrich- your dog example is more than apt. @Max Carter wrote a buzz as inspired by this buzz and his buzz too has drawn some great comments. I plan to write my next buzz to elaborate more on some of the points you highlight in your comment. Negative shouldn't mean bad. Without negative pressures water shall not move more than 30 meters from the roots of a tree to its top. A battery shall not function without the positive and negative anodes together. But we can't deny that there stressing emotions that if we allow to escalate and flood us they shall cause severe health problems. I again emphasize that it is our attitude that counts.
I strongly agree with you on this issue " So we are quite likely to have emotional responses parallel to the adults that raised us, but the underlying situations may be vastly different".16/11/2016 #73 Max Carter#72 There is no model is the problem and people are searching for a model or technical guide to tell them what's right and what's wrong and too many over history and currently are far too willing to sell them one keeping them crutched and never searching within.
One knows why one feels the way one does, it's when we tell people not to feel this way about this or that and then we pass project self-judgment onto others insisting they reflect our projected self image as their own and condemn them the fate we chose for ourselves.16/11/2016 #72 Deb HelfrichThere are some really important points of @Max Carter's that I want to highlight. To start. I have another, less emotional, and more observable parallel to the damage we do in assigning the concept of positive and negative - judgement - to emotions. My dog smells everything for information; she doesn't label one smell bad and one smell good, she drinks in all the scent particles. Sometimes lingering, sometimes rolling in them, but mostly just letting them waft by. The human need for judgement causes problems in all kinds of ways, but with the inevitability of emotions, we have an especially damaging problem.
Furthermore, he mentioned that we learned how to feel emotions by mimicking the adults around us. Big, big, big observation. It is how we learned language, too. Rules (grammar) and judgements come much later on, as our brains only develop that analytical aspect much later. So we are quite likely to have emotional responses parallel to the adults that raised us, but the underlying situations may be vastly different.
Both points bring us back to learning to adapt to our actual current conditions, perhaps using biomimicry as a great model, so that we stay in the flow of life, and its seasons and chaotic events, rather than letting emotions hijack our higher analytical intelligence. Hard stuff, but it comes back to awareness again and again and again.
@Ali Anani's metaphor of flooding is apt. We can grow into the ability to manage our emotions as a river that never threatens the banks of our peace of mind.16/11/2016 #66 Ali AnaniPart 2
A negative is a loss and the only loss that we truly experience is the loss of growth and learning when we ignore our emotions or other people because we use words such as Negative to describe the emotion and therefore the person.
During a recent visit to my dentist, he said that the new "artificial teeth" shall stick in my mouth by negative pressure. Here negative is doing a great job and very positively. I think the distortion comes from our attitudes to view negative as bad. Joy is great and positive; however excessive joy is harmful and becomes harmful. It is our attitudes that we may think we may have joy without having pain or that joy is always a good thing regardless of its quality and quantity. Sometimes we need to say the positive pole and negative pole of a battery. The positive pole alone or the negative pole alone shall not make the battery work. It is the presence of both that we may have a working battery. You ignited the battery of my mind, Max.16/11/2016 #65 Ali AnaniPart 1
I urge readers of this buzz to read the buzz of @Max Carter (the link is given in my previous comment). I commented on this great buzz by writing:
This is an amazing buzz @Max Carter- You make me think and rethink. I am honored that my buzz and the discussions inspired you with writing such a profound buzz. In fact, you too inspire me to write a buzz on same, but using a different approach. I shall do soon.
I read this buzz twice before responding and the following segments from your buzz caught my attention:
Psychologically speaking by saying some emotions are negative we will do anything we can to avoid them or someone experiencing them16/11/2016 #60 Ali Anani#56 @Deb Lange- as I mentioned in one of my responses to @Max Carter trees know fear, but accept it. They store certain nutrients for winter times. They change the direction of their leaves so as not to get exposed to intense sunlight. Trees may use alternative roots to find oxygen instead of the deleted oxygen in the water-depleted oxygen. That accept fear and adapt to it. Adaptation isn't controlling; it is mobility to move to finding solutions. Honestly, I fail to see big differences in our thinking.16/11/2016 #59 Ali Anani#54 Negative is made more negative by our attitudes. Negative emotions and positive ones co-exist, but in what proportions depends on us. I feel too I am in the rabbit hole, but I am not afraid to learn and find my way out. Thank you @Max Carter View more#54 Negative is made more negative by our attitudes. Negative emotions and positive ones co-exist, but in what proportions depends on us. I feel too I am in the rabbit hole, but I am not afraid to learn and find my way out. Thank you @Max Carter for this discussion has added lots of questions for me to ponder upon. Close16/11/2016 #58 Ali Anani#53 I am not less than you enjoying those convos @Max Carter. In fact not only enjoying, but also learning. Attitudes have a role and intentions too do. Therefore I enjoyed greatly this segment of your comment "They allowed the possible reward cloud their judgment by allowing fear to guide them. Afraid if they don;t make it big they will have no love in their life". Yes, they allowed fear to guide them and this is the point how not to let such fear to take its grip on us. Trees store carbohydrates for fear of not having enough supplies of it during winter. Trees accept fear and know how to deal with it. We too need to do the same.16/11/2016 #56 Deb Lange#49 The person you mention, may not have realised that there was something fishy. That person may feel shame. I would advise for them to give themselves much self-love to heal the shame. Shame needs acceptance that we were not wrong in this situation. If I hide, which is what shame wants to do, I will be perpetuating the energy of shame, as if I was wrong. As @Max carter says, we get tangled up when we cast negative and positive judgements on our lives, rather than saying that just is. I don't think trees judge that is bad, that is good. they weather the storms, the sunny days, and they may "know" the sunny days, allow their growth, the windy days sow seeds, or help them drop their leaves. Nothing to judge, a windy day just is a windy day. being sad because my Mother passed on, is not bad or good, it is a human expression of loss of a loved one. I think Ali, we may have a slight misinterpretation of what we both mean by control. Best wishes to you.
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Comments14/11/2016 #7 Keith Bare#1 @Javier beBee you are the perfect example, very very BUSY and before meeting me (by Bebee ) , you never considered Hydrogen as a mobility energy alternative investment, after watching $PLUG print China, Amazon, and Fedex in coming few months, you too will be convinced, this #HydrogenBee the perfect example of the potential of Bebee and the future!13/11/2016 #5 Keith Bare#2 @Deb Helfrich good points!! I'm an ex Nuke so I get physics and Energy and Hydrogen !! I'm a #NewbieBee to bebee and #SocialMedia
My Six points would be Walmart, China, Amazon, Home Depot, Fedex, and Mercedes and BMW!! Of course China and Amazon not announced as of yet12/11/2016 #4 debasish majumderhydrogen, the only element having the lone electron on its orbit is the most intriguing of all elements and of course beBee the lone and distinct of all social media site, making the difference, making all element as non-elementary comparing to hydrogen, who only enable to form other elements. nice proposition @Keith Bare for your lovely share. enjoyed read. thank you for the share.12/11/2016 #3 Ross CampbellHi, Keith. I may be able to help with some ideas on social media.. And if you wanted a social strategy, my company could help you. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out my recent interview here https://olliewhitfield.co/2016/11/09/social-media-for-entrepreneurs/ - look forward to hearing from you 😀👍🐝12/11/2016 #2 Deb HelfrichWell, @Keith Bare, I am sort of with you, but I just don't know enough. Which is probably what a lot of people are thinking.
The difference between beBee and Hydrogen fuel is that everyone gets the beBee concept easily, or they try it and feel the energy. So how can you make the use case for Hydrogen fuels easy to understand for someone scrolling through a feed? Think pitch deck, consolidating the main points. Let's say you might even need a series of 5 or 6. A concise buzz that you and others share of a consistent basis could really build the hype you are looking for.
Understandable chunks, shared repeatedly will build the buzz. You can just see what Javier and Juan are doing. We have front row tickets to a great class in entrepreneurship.
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Comments07/11/2016 #2 Mohammed A. JawadUgh...then racism stinks, and with discrimination there's only dislike and rejection stemming from thoughts of racial dominance.
Indeed, a just atmosphere where there's sense of fidelity and respect for others within a society nurtures humanity. Without this, the corporate world is a legion of bullying entrepreneurs.07/11/2016 #1 Mohammed SultanDear @debasish majumder, It's really a great post.Our actions have ever been a reflection of our instinctive feelings,this feeling came out of the idea that if you imitated anything ,you gained power over it.In business as well as in real life when you believe that you are going to win ,the battle is half won.All strategies are designed to win;in the same way we test markets before we launch a product,and also let a small kitten to play with a ball of string to train itself for hunting a mouse.This's almost not dictated by the dominating prestige of physical sciences,but entirely by our instinctive feeling and the passion to win to justify our existence.The same instinctive feeling can also be creative,innovative and poetry ,when is turned into an instinct of doing, making and create things.To conclude;it has to be conceded that the mystery of people attitudes can not directly revealed because they are likely to have a double-face and a double-talk,and our knowledge about people is not necessarily of a scientific nature.
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Comments02/11/2016 #5 Mohammed A. JawadAha…what a rhapsody in rapture that’s penned down with pounding passion!
As I read I feel there’s so much of abstract expressions coupled with mingled realities. However, there’s the presence of rhetoric draped with rhythmic words resulting in diverse declarations and deductions.
Good efforts @debasish majumder I wish you read the works of William Shakespeare, and follow the style of sonnets!01/11/2016 #1 Ali AnaniThe poet @debasish majumder- you know very well you reflect many of my views in this lovely poem.I sy the more we know, the less we know
Not to express our arrogance and adamant fancy
still we are in our infancy
We must not forget, we are mere a dot
To nature’s vast expanse with misty episode!
You pulsed my heart my friend.
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Comments30/10/2016 #46 Sara Jacobovici#45 Thanks for taking the time to respond @CityVP Manjit. I will take the time to read your links and reread your comment. Although my gut instinct is to disagree, this is a great opportunity "in real time" to look at how learning takes place within an environment of diversity of ideas and perspectives. Will get back to you as soon as I can.30/10/2016 #45 CityVP Manjit#40 Hi @Sara Jacobovici the way I see it fit the space/time of synchronization is the blindspot we all have within our judgement. Just as we can become alert to our sixth sense, to our intuitive expression that emanates from emotional awareness, we may miss the space/time between those we do not see, and in seeing that connect with a wider touch of synchronicity.
It goes back to the idea of sawabona/shikoba (measures of respect) so I combine this http://www.innerself.com/content/personal/intuition-awareness/intuitive-awareness/8640-synchronicities-invisible-world-becoming-visible.html with this http://exploringyourmind.com/two-powerful-words-sawabona-shikoba/ and the triad is completed by the physicality of the invisible becoming visible. At this meeting point we are strangers in the night, but at all levels of society we can be human beings.
In your work you do Sara you do see the grassroots of human existence, and I am in touch with that also in recent years, but for a large swatch of society, synchronicity flows where it is visible - in the place it gets noticed more, such as the middle class. If that is a judgement then that is a judgement but where we label someone poor because they are poor, yet we can remove that blindfold of a label and the prize is the inflow of synchronicity as the invisible is made visible.
I learn most from people who are different from me, but in this world where diversity is spoken as an expression, it is time that diversity is awoken even more as a practice.29/10/2016 #43 Deb Helfrich#3 @Chas Wyatt - thanks for opening me to noticing. I cannot believe what just occurred. A kid who I nannied while I was in college before he was in preschool, just popped up in my People You Might Know Window on the top of LI - in the very next browser tab to this article!!! I almost never get suggestions there because there is always some thing happening to my connections.
I am utterly astounded. It felt spooky. Good spooky but unfathomable.
His parents were professors at my university in Pittsburgh, PA, so I said, relatively likely he might have went there, that would be our connection - but surely almost 50k kids have attended since my time there and since it was so long ago for me, I don't have many of my college peeps in my network. I check and he is a Technical Program Manager @ Amazon in Seattle.
Universe, I adore you.29/10/2016 #42 Anonymous#41 "It is only when we tap into that "sixth sense" or look at things through our "third eye", that we can see beyond the immediate need for our physical survival." What an exciting idea! Is it then, when we see beyond our physical survival that we are possibly 'leveling up' in our experience of being? Again, an area that is vast and fertile with ideas!29/10/2016 #41 Sara Jacobovici#39 100%, @Irene Hackett, our sensory system is limited in many ways; even as sophisticated as it is. What is also interesting is that our sensory systems' ability to "record" input is based on our fundamental and primal needs of survival; interpreting our environment and everything and everyone in it. It is only when we tap into that "sixth sense" or look at things through our "third eye", that we can see beyond the immediate need for our physical survival.29/10/2016 #40 Sara Jacobovici#38 Leave it to you @CityVP Manjit to pull a phenomena from outside a physical state into the "grounded" physical experience. Your perspective is invaluable. Not but, just a however....I may be reading too much into your comment but I feel there is a judgment thread that I don't necessarily see how it fit into the space/time state of synchronization and synchronicity. I see a difference between someone who needs to work as a waiter as a stop gap and someone whose profession is a waiter. Regardless of the motive, I am very appreciative of the difference the waiter's attitude in relation to me as a customer will have on the quality of my dining experience. It is never right, under any circumstance, to lose sight of the human to human contact and objectify that person.29/10/2016 #39 Anonymous#36 "However, perception, from my perspective is first a raw innate experience stemming from our sensory and central nervous system and only becomes man made when we assign or attach meaning to the illusion." Yes, I can see the solidity of your interpretation. I find it interesting too, that our senses are limited - as in the example of optical illusions - what we see with our eyes may not be reality. Vast material here to work with. Love it!29/10/2016 #38 CityVP ManjitRight now it is the physicality side of synchronicity that I am in touch with. "When you are keeping your clocks in time, you are synchronizing". I note that when we are keeping our clocks in time we are synchronizing. The position where synchronicity becomes a high level topic rather than a grass-root reality is where we are clocking in. This is the domain of the everyday worker, the raw reality of regimented time, where physical energy might create muscle or fitness but the physicality leaves us without the energy to be in touch with our conscious being. It is the place where a student with a degree may begin their work-life, and until that student can step beyond that physicality of general labour - they endure life where time is physical energy. I rarely visit restaurants these days, but I used to with the professional classes and the appreciation for synchronicity is available to us, but then I would see the waiter, who is only a considered a waiter - but I have already seen in their eyes and subtle movements, that this is well educated young person, doing what they need to do to get by. Perhaps there is synchronicity in that contact, but the blockage in that synchronicity is that the mind of this highly educated waiter has been drawn to the tip for service rendered, rather than the human connection. That synchronicity is released from the prison of this physicality when we stop eating and start appreciating or at least reflecting for even the briefest moment, the human life that we call our "waiter".29/10/2016 #37 Sara Jacobovici#29 Wonderful comment @debasish majumder. I highlight this statement; "...in every moment we are evolving, and one state is converting to other where the quality of previous state no longer exist." Intriguing on many levels. One thing it reminds me of is where in Einstein's theory of relativity there is the following description (it is an excerpt taken from this link http://everythingforever.com/einstein.htm) "If they were able to travel at the speed of light, their time would cease completely and they would only exist trapped in timelessness."29/10/2016 #36 Sara Jacobovici#27 Your questions bring much value to this discussion @Irene Hackett. Thank you for your kind and generous words and for your insightful comment."So time and separation both an illusion", yes, except I interpret the illusion of separation as "man-made" and of time as "perception made". Now you can say it's all a matter of semantics because after all it's man's perceptions. However, perception, from my perspective is first a raw innate experience stemming from our sensory and central nervous system and only becomes man made when we assign or attach meaning to the illusion.
PS Thanks for the Star Trek reference; "live long and prosper" Irene.29/10/2016 #34 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#32 The other day @Aurorasa Sima and me were discussing her logo and some variants and all of a sudden I lost that thread totally. Each time I clicked her response notification i could only see a Page Not Found Error 404...and then i could see two different profiles of her for a while...dunno where that conversation went too!29/10/2016 #29 debasish majumderabsolutely stunning and intriguing post @Sara Jacobovici! i guess, whatever the universe exist surrounding us having the elements, driving us to imagine and triggering our potentials to express accordingly, as per our comprehension is concern, obviously in relevance to the available external conditions and environment we are dwelling with. the matter in and around possess the quality which reflects in our brain, inducing to explore it accordingly. in every moment we are evolving, and one state is converting to other where the quality of previous state no longer exist. a new design of dispensation we experience. past, present and future is just the manifestation of such continuous change and one entirely obliterate by manifesting a new shape or presentation. we are mere a system of particle, just being trigger to accelerate in due fashion according to the designed milieu. however, wonderful post madam. enjoyed read. thank you very much for sharing such enriching post.29/10/2016 #27 Anonymous2/2 - Time being held by cultural belief as something extremely valuable and precious and yet being explained by Science as illusory, jars the mind! This is probably what leads me to the same place as Chas Wyatt, resonating most with Fernando R. Goñi , "... synchronicity is our relationship with the total, Psychic and Physical Universe and therefore it connect us with the unconscious." The idea of "non-temporal" coming into the discussion again. As with Jung's Scarab illustration, when we become aware of non-temporal connections (synchronicity) in our reality, only then can that 'shift in perception' take place, a new neural path is formed, homeostasis achieved. The concept of connecting patterns within this framework intrigues me; something about it feels as bold truth. It is no wonder that discontent and dis-ease arises as one experiences the illusion of separation. So time and separation both an illusion - in the words of Spok: "fascinating"! When Goni speaks of imagination being the "bridge" enabling 'travel' at a higher speed, I am brought to the outstanding comments of our friend Praveen Raj Gullepalli who raises excellent points about consciousness and vibration. Is imagination a type of high speed 'vibration'? Is synchronicity the product of high frequency energy? Is vibration a type of 'energy' - and can we can "control" it? Or can we flow with it? What remains for me in all this excellent exploration, is loads of questions. And as I've said before, this is true learning. You are one of the most fascinating minds on beBee dear @Sara Jacobovici; thank you for this outstanding parting of knowledge and thought sharing - a piece most excellently researched, organized and framed.
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Comments30/10/2016 #2 Ali AnaniWith honesty, I picked the same portion of your beautiful buzz dear @debasish majumder as the same one picked by @Lisa Gallagher. You describe an almost ideal beBee society with all bees having much to gain and almost nothing to lose. beBee is the platform for authenticity, but without losing bonds with society. Thank you Debasish for sharing your thoughts.30/10/2016 #1 Lisa GallagherGreat buzz @debasish majumder, my favorite part: "beBee, a lovely amazing social networking site, which by virtue of affinity, we can come closer, making our personal, professional, as well social life a healthy one, by exchanging ideas, values, ethos and principles, which are not mere an imperative, but a rich heritage, which only we human beings possess. We can promote business, expertise, amity, empathy etc. which are the only imperatives to ensure healthy milieu globally,"
And so many of us are already doing what you propose above. I'm glad to have made friends with you. I also believe possessing empathy along with all the other traits you listed above is a great human quality that helps us to better understand the nature of others in many aspects of life!
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Comments20/10/2016 #5 Gordon PyeIve just been watching a Channel4News report on antibiotic resistant TB and how they are monitoring patients to ensure they take their tablets via video link, When On Healey I was given Amoxicillin ( which I had never had any problems with before ) just prior to my " Dog Walk " "with one of the nurses, I had to turn back as it felt like my lungs were full of cotton wool, and when back on the ward I asked one of the UCLAN students for advice on what to do. He informed me that Fructose kills Penicillin so I supped half a gallon of Cordial and it soon did the trick and I could soon breathe normally. Looks like the boffins are falling down on imperfect understanding of the basics again,, the patient in the video was swilling down her pills with Orange Juice ?03/10/2016 #2 Gordon PyeOur NHS doesn't get any help from the Department of Work & Pensions either, quite the contrary, but then everything has to be made as difficult and expensive as humanly possible to SWELL CORPORATE PROFITS ! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/uk-dwp-ministry-of-silly-walks
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Comments31/10/2016 #49 Ali Anani#48 @Simon Gray= I couldn't agree more with you "Sometimes the smallest things generate the most pleasure". This is the Butterfly Effect in action. We tend to give only negative meanings to it, but correctly you give a powerful example of its positivity. Than you for your kind words.31/10/2016 #48 Simon GrayGreat post Ali, I love the phrase 'craving knowledge' – it's so important for a happy and fulfilled life. This is something I pursue by spending at least some time each day with my head in a book. Sometimes the smallest things generate the most pleasure and I can honestly say I'm happiest when doing this. Thanks again for your kind comment on my buzz and for directing me to yours – it's a great read. Best wishes, Simon26/10/2016 #45 Lisa GallagherLeeuwenhoek's work was done because he craved knowledge, not to gain praise. Isn't that how we all should look at life? Whatever I do isn't to gain recognition but rather to either, gain knowledge or help another- purely for the reason of wanting to help, not because I feel I have to. I would never want anyone to feel indebted to me either, it's the circle of life as I see it.26/10/2016 #42 Anonymous#28 #37 #35 #31 A great example of @Ali Anani art knowledge. In order to achieve unrealistically high goals, hopes and expectations, we need more dreamers jointly united far above the merely material goals. We recently see here one inaccurate idea that the fractal structure of a social network is something that is religion and single-mindedness. If we abolish disagreement, we will never reach these lofty goals.An intangible help is also very valuable. It is safe shortcut to sudden serenity. Rage exists even in Eden, but not with you dear @Deb Helfrich, @Vincenzo De Florio, @Fatima Williams and @Sara Jacobovici. We're all a minority of one.25/10/2016 #37 Vincenzo De FlorioA great presentation, dear Ali! I know very little of van Leeuwenhoek -- merely due to the role that preformationism played in Leibniz's Model; it's been very nice to have the chance to read his own noble words. Thanks to you know now I want to know more about van Leeuwenhoek the man! Thank you very much dear friend.25/10/2016 #36 debasish majumdernice insight sir @Ali Anani. even Sir, Issac Newton was being forced to engage in family business, and later he was engaged in pursuing Law. but, the eventual epoch making scientist drifted from his traditional design of studies and we are being gifted with a remarkable prodigy. a giant in classical physics. Great share sir! enjoyed read. thank you for sharing the post.25/10/2016 #35 Fatima WilliamsI love this 🤗🤗🤗 @@Deb Helfrich and Fully agree with you. "What we do in each buzz, in each hexagon of the hive, scales so beautifully into a whole eco-system of fractal wonder"
Passion is the key Deb even if it migrates each morning ! With this key we can unlock any door ☺☺☺☺☺25/10/2016 #31 Ali Anani#28 You are becoming fast the Lady of Wonderment dear @Deb Helfrich. What a brilliant comment that you wrote. Converging and diverging- and how to reward the true diversion drivers (generalists) is a hugely innovative idea.
I highlight the name of dear @Milos Djukic for you rightly highlighted his first name in your comment. I am sure Milos shall find this comment by Deb so enriching and rewarding. I DO love to hear the feedback of Milos on this. I have some initial ideas.
Deb, as for your writing "What we do in each buzz, in each hexagon of the hive, scales so beautifully into am of fractal wonder" I am all the way with you.25/10/2016 #29 Ali Anani@Sara Jacobovici extended this buzz and the exchange of comments here between herself, myself and @Fatima Williams by publishing a great buzz titled Be Passionate. It is a great idea to read both buzzes as one bundle.
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/bee-passionate25/10/2016 #28 Deb HelfrichSo much here. I actually am glad I didn't comment when I first read it, as this nugget from Sara " If we narrow our scope" and how it echoes the two men profiled is very telling. Up to a certain point, history and science benefited from the urge to specialize and drill down and work to understand basic causes. Then, as everything, even knowledge is part of a cycle, we needed to migrate back to a much more broad, global, even universal perspective to integrate all of the knowledge gained via incredibly important specialization.
I believe we are all a part of the new migration away from specialization and separation in work and life to a period of collaboration across many spheres of knowledge and experience. Even our dear Milos, with a specialty like hydrogen embrittlement, through his tireless sharing and connecting and pointing out self-similarity and the nature of fractals is leading us in the new direction.
Now we simply need to figure out how to change the financial reality from rewarding specialists to promoting generalists. And we are all participating, as what could be a better site for generalists bumping into all sorts of specialists than the affinity networking concept of beBee.
What we do in each buzz, in each hexagon of the hive, scales so beautifully into a whole ecosystem of fractal wonder.
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Comments26/10/2016 #5 Phil Friedman#3 Debasish, I am not sure why Milos tagged me to look at this, but he did. It would be of great interest to me if you could detail some incidents of when "trolls" criticized poetry or other creative pieces. As I am trying to develop a true, not mythical feeling of how prevalent the problem really is. Thank you and cheers!
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Comments30/10/2016 #3 Donna-Luisa Eversley@debasish majumder...it is an interesting discussion on survival. I believe that life as we know it changes daily. Sometimes the changes are big and therefore easy to see. The bigger changes are small and incremental, thus only visible when we can see the impact on our lives, and have the choice to sink or float in the ocean of our lives for survival. Most will float, sadly some get lost at sea.23/10/2016 #1 Ali AnaniYou shall excuse my short comment dear@debasish majumder- This is lovely writing "At the same time, we do fight with the system we construe, which might sometimes cause impediments to our natural influx, bringing disruption to our available system'. I loved the way you highlighted a love story having more attention than survival. May be love is survival
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