- Producer28/08/2016A personal contribution to the Mind Buzz Introduction Contributors to the understanding of the concept of human consciousness represent a broad spectrum of individuals, each unique in their subjectivity. And while a diversity of subjectivity adds to the richness of the concept of...
Comments03/12/2016 #3 Lisa 🐝 GallagherA lot of food for thought and thank you for explaining consciousness @Ian Weinberg. I agree couldn't agree more with this statement, "These include: gratitude for the experience of life and its blessings as emanating from the source files of creation; respect, sensitivity and empathy for others - since we all are connected in the timeless-spaceless zone; calmness and trust in acknowledging that we are small but unique components in an awesomely vast system" Sensitivity and empathy play a major role in many relationships whether they are personal or professional!03/12/2016 #2 Gert Scholtz@Ian Weinberg A super post on one of the big questions of life - what is consciousness? I find it fascinating that neuro-electrical activity takes place a few milliseconds before a conscious decision. Which may lead to another big question - the existence and extent of free will. Or as someone said: "My will is free but my won't is not". The emotional tags you refer to overlaps with what Antonio Damasio calls the somatic moment/memory. A thought provoking read - thanks Ian.
- Producer29/04/2017INTRIGUING BLUE!Anirban Mitra is a teacher by profession who teaches Mathematics privately. He is not a teacher of any school. So there is always a sense of insecurity engulfs him in terms of his earnings. However, out of his adeptness in mathematics he earned lot...
- Producer27/04/2017CONTRADICTION BETWEEN FAITH AND DOUBT!Doubt keeps us in bout Though we claim to be stout Out of our faith, we resolutely state This grows from the hyacinth Nature’s wreathe engulf us in succinct! Sounds and colors flummox us Faith and doubt are the products...
Comments27/04/2017 #11 Qamar Ali Khan#10 This is an amazing work @debasish majumder, very closely correlated with @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.'s today's post. You explained it in a magnificent way. Really inspiring! Keep it up!27/04/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.poet bee @debasish majumder on doubt and faith27/04/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.aha, interesting @debasish majumder!
- Producer26/04/2017InspireA true story. Not for the faint-hearted!I’m sitting here alone in my consulting suite. My back is aching as well as my hands, after a grueling ten hour surgical list. On my screen is the MRI scan of a patient whose brain tumor was successfully...
Comments28/04/2017 #58 Tausif MundrawalaWe can aspire to inspire. Wow! I have been postponing reading this wonderful buzz by clicking to it but due to some work I couldn't finish it. Today I made it a point to finish it somehow or the other. You have proved that doctors are like angels for those who needs to undergo treatment on urgent basis. I was totally immersed in each and every word as the entire setting and situation sprang back to life the way it happened. The last paragraph of this buzz was motivational enough. You described very well the kinds of people who needs better care.
I am glad that I fulfilled the promise made to myself and thanks for sharing this fantastic buzz with us, @Ian Weinberg28/04/2017 #55 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsA life changing read in many ways. In terms of people and the need to help others and ourselves. I did cry when I read how you met that 10 year old girl now a women cherishing the life you helped her to continue living. Doctors are in many ways God. A faith that can make or break us. "Aspire to inspire by walking the walk" a fantastic message to take away. Thank you @Ian Weinberg I see that you are a caring human, an outstanding surgeon and hope and pray for more surgeons like you out there. The world needs more doctors with the heart to give than just with the need to take as is the case in most places in the current medical world.
A standing ovation at your smartness and blessed heart. Thank you28/04/2017 #52 Tricia MitchellWow @Ian Weinberg what a beautiful piece you've written here and an amazing conclusion. My own path of auto-immune antibodies and lack of an answer from medics led me on a journey of discovery towards a biopsychosocial model of dis-ease via energy psychology practices (starting with Reiki & Emotional Freedom Techniques, to arrive at META-Health (a scientific framework, that has its foundations in German New Medicine, which details emotions & beliefs specific to organ tissues & the corresponding brain layer the organ tissue relays to) & mBraining coaching - the cardiac, enteric, cephalic, reproductive brains & ANS intelligence). I totally get the significant life event preceding dis-ease you write about that creates the bio-logical conflict. Different paths & expertise, yet the same illuminating conclusion. I believe my clients are my teachers & reflect what I need to learn/heal within me.Your work sounds absolutely fascinating. I mention META-Health as it may interest you. Here's Dr Anton Bader (he can read a brain scan and tell what the biological conflict is, which organ tissue & if it's active or resolved) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5WR6RKrJKg28/04/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI was moved to tears reading this @Ian Weinberg. What a wonderful man and surgeon you are. I can't imagine the times you worked so hard and fate didn't want to cooperate. I'm sure those are the times you remember the most. How enlightening to read the story of the 10 year old who you met much later in life. I think your meeting was meant to be. I love how you ended your story, "And we can't control everything and fix things to conform to our own expectations. But one thing we can always do …. we can aspire to inspire!" I agree and honestly, this is something I've been working on. It comes easy at times and other times depending on what we are going through we need to be self aware. My husband is going through a tough time right now for various reasons. I have been trying hard to inspire him and pamper him because he needs it. I hope it helps. Inspiring story!28/04/2017 #48 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI have to reiterate the awe-inspiring accolades - this is such a well-crafted piece of writing. In each human life there is a time and place for the intricate processes and procedure that contemporary medicine excels in, as well as a time and a place to learn to use our thinking equipment to support our own best healing and life outcomes.
The highly skilled and exhaustively intense work that you perform, @Ian Weinberg, is so tremendously necessary in times of acute trauma, but even with coaching, it is up to the owner of the brain to decide how to regard this episode of their life. As gruelingly hard as those hours of surgery clearly were, your life-saving work is a tiny fraction of someone's life. If they don't cherish their own life and reinforce this belief with their consistent thought processes there is a risk that their body won't be able to fully heal if they cannot learn to live in a calm, relaxed, and grateful parasympathetic state.
The more we open up to just how much influence our thoughts have on the efficient functioning of our immune system, via the ways we stress ourselves with limiting and self-defeating thoughts, the more we can pair up the skills of medical interventions with the appropriate mindset needed to ensure our body can devote all required resources to healing during a crisis.
Bravo!28/04/2017 #47 AnonymousWoah, snarly isn't a common word and I used it in a festering thought in my brain and World yesterday... there is something here for me to learn, yes, and your scientific approach does wonders for ones reflective understanding. "It’s not about being driven to changing other people. It’s about applying those changes to yourself." Inspiring, you are, THANK YOU! *clapping*27/04/2017 #45 Jerry FletcherIan, I am in awe.
I thought, what would a brain surgeon write about. Now I know. I thought, what else intrigues a man poking inside of heads. Now I know. I thought, will there be a connection. Now, I know.
A brain surgeon can write about the troubles of the soul. A brain surgeon can be intrigued with how thoughts and beliefs can physically heal or maim. A brain surgeon can shed light on matters we seldom glimpse and find the words that can make them visible to the rest of us. Thank you.27/04/2017 #41 Aaron SkogenWOW! Outstanding post @Ian Weinberg! I spent a bit of my time as a medic. I loved my time spent in that profession as the field of medicine has always intrigued me. I was one who, however, "preferred" a trauma call over a general medical. Preferred is the wrong word really, I hated to see people hurt, but as a Medic, trauma's were somewhat easier to manage for me anyway. Thankfully my regular partner was the opposite, as she preferred the general medical calls.
Anyway, this is a great story. You touch on a great point about recovery and dealing with injury in this piece Ian. I am often amazed at how attitude and our ability to manage emotions can impact our health and well-being. Your spot on, that's up to the individual to choose and not you. I went through an executive leadership coaching session recently with a small cohort and the phrase "Aspire to Inspire" was used by our coaches. The phrase is so applicable, regardless of our "field" of work.
Well done Sir, very well done!
- Producer26/04/2017STARS OF SOLACE!We live in a place called Joy Land, where I along with my friends used to enjoy a healthy life, an intense bonding we feel among ourselves by virtue of celebrating various social activities in our local club. Precisely, the Science Club is very...
Comments26/04/2017 #9 Cyndi wilkinsOnly in our darkest hours do we truly see the light...awakening to the eye in the sky...I remember that message as well...those nearest and dearest to God will be spared a long journey in the flesh...I'm sure it is meant to sooth the families of the youngest souls to depart...However, I believe we are all near and dear to our source...be it good, bad or indifferent...We are one in the same with the all seeing "Eye." Beautiful piece @debasish majumder;-)26/04/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love your post, and it glows as a true star @debasish majumder thank you
- Producer26/04/2017DEPLORABLE HOLIDAY!Arup, a soldier by profession, serving in the National Army, is keeping his life at stake almost regularly with his fellow soldiers to combat against insurgents groups. Arup’s family comprising of his parents, a younger brother, who is in his...
Comments26/04/2017 #13 Brian McKenzieThere is no holiday from war, just reloading and waiting for the next farcus to go get killed or do the killing in the grand names and lies of "Freedom", "Liberty", "Democracy", "Americana" or whatever f'n hashtag they dream up this week. Luckily, we get another big one this year - I am thinking it is my last.26/04/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.well said and a post that reflects reality in specific parts of the world where peace is lost, I adore the core message in the picture as well, thank you @debasish majumder26/04/2017 #10 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsI agree to this "One thing became evident from this sordid incident that lack of adequate employment, financial insecurity, basic educational and health amenities and nutritious foods, State failed to provide with the majority, triggering the youth to go for astray" A very important message, a story with alot of emotions. Happiness and death seem to not be a choice one can make but that which comes naturally at it's own pace.26/04/2017 #7 Ian WeinbergThanks for sharing @debasish majumder This is indeed a great problem world-wide. There are less jobs and resources available for increasing numbers of youth. They are easy prey for organizations with evil agenda's since they offer some 'purpose' . And even though it is destructive, it provides some affiliation and 'meaning' which is better than nothing.26/04/2017 #4 debasish majumder@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., @Milos Djukic, @Melissa Hughes,@Melissa Hefferman
- Producer25/04/2017FAUX PAS OF HONOR KILLING!Suman and Amina, a boy and a girl of their mid-twenties, are from different economic, social and religious back ground. They love each other since they are in their teens and studied in the same college. Later, both are pursuing their PhDs in a...
Comments26/04/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis is such an angering story. I agree with Jan, there is NO Honor in killing another human being. I have to question if those families truly know what it is to love. It sickens me when I hear of stories like this. About 10 years ago in Canada a young gal met a man from a different religion, they were just dating. One evening when she arrived home her mom and dad stabbed her to death, their OWN DAUGHTER. That is NOT LOVE, that's just down right evil. They were rightly put in jail for life (the parents). This is why I consider myself spiritual. Religion can be a form of brainwashing (no offense to anyone that is religious). But, I see it within Christianity too... people become so brainwashed that they become detached from Society and even feelings. They justify every action or inaction through God! How horrible some humans can be in the name of religion.25/04/2017 #12 Qamar Ali KhanSad, what else @debasish majumder! I'm a religious man. Our religion doesn't allow to have a life partner from another religious belief, it's understood. In my opinion, every religion follows the same principle. But taking a life is totally something else. No religion ever allows anybody, except through proper legal ways, to fix a death penalty to anyone. If the couple decided to ignore their religious beliefs and married. The most appropriate way for their families was to disassociate them from the couple. They had no right under any religion and law to take their lives. Under both the religion, it's a cold blooded murder. The human life is the most precious asset on this planet.25/04/2017 #6 Harvey LloydA tragic story of pride gone wrong. Honor killing is an oxymoron. There is no honor in killing, even when justified as self defense. When i read the post immediately i had to wonder what state of mind does a family member have to get to that this ok? I see the journey of pride and discussion the religious law or feudal law that is dredged up and hung at the altar of pride to build the soul into justification.
This is not my culture so i will probably never understand.
The sad part of the story is that the killers succumbed to a belief they didn't have a choice. The act of one dictated the act of another. The virtue of being human is that we can choose.
- Producer24/04/2017TECHNOLOGY ENABLES PROGRESS OR REGRESS?Sima is a girl of her early teens from a low middle class peasantry family back ground of a quite unfamiliar place of rural India. She is having a dream on her eyes to become a successful one in her life, economically a self-reliant and...
Comments25/04/2017 #14 Lisa 🐝 GallagherA very sad story @debasish majumder but it's wondeful that you brought light to this matter. So many young girls are lured online and end up being kidnapped and sold into prostitution rings, even gals from the US. This is sadly a growing crime and many people are working behind the scenes to stop human trafficking. We would only allow our daughter to use our PC with our password. She knew that when she used it, we had the right to monitor everything she did. I had friends who didn't agree with me but it was our home, our PC and she was a naive young girl. Too many were preying on young girls even when she was in middle school and HS. She didn't like that we did this but she now understands fully since she became an adult and a mother. I feel for Sima's parents and all parents who lose their children to crimes! Thanks for sharing this, a very important topic.24/04/2017 #12 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt#10 if there is anything to be gamed we game it. With tehnology it can be done remotely and the cycles of misery become more frequent.
But so does our indifference. The only trouble here is this, we have never really emerged from the ills of the past while the onslaught of modern evils pounds us.
In times to come the same dilemma would hurt the west which is migrating from tools of oppression to tools of manipulation.24/04/2017 #10 Lisa VanderburgThis wonderful world we now inhabit, where we can grow, learn, exchange ideas, concepts, knowledge; explore new lives, new beings new ideas we never thought possible from the invisibility cloak we sit behind: The internet-of-all-things will be our undoing @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt. How do I know that? Because I'm human. Sad, aren't we?24/04/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful and meaningful thank you @debasish majumder
- Producer23/04/2017ENIGMA OF SHADOW!Earth has no dearthSpecies of myriad, initially in lurchLater with favorable conditionsNature provides with grand renditionsBees, birds, flowers and numerous livesEntwine with a unique vibesWhat a fabulous ambianceOur planet Earth only bears the...
Comments25/04/2017 #15 Lisa 🐝 GallagherVery nice @debasish majumder. I agree, a tough past will either make us or break us. I see so many thrive after going through so much! Maybe one day I will write about my husband's life. He's a true survivor. I just haven't written because I don't think he'd like me to share. I may write about him in 3rd person!23/04/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.I adore the core message, it creates hope for all humans! thank you @debasish majumder23/04/2017 #9 debasish majumder#5 i guess, all people use to draw images our of their genetic code where carbon plays the essential role, copying his or her lineage sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! The shadow which propound on him or her, guiding or enabling to lead a life accordingly. no wonder, changing external circumstances to impact on him and that too being copied and eventually endowed to the forthcoming generations. in my poem i tried to draw the picture and its impact on us.23/04/2017 #5 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"Life only rolls on with a mystic synopsis"! Brilliant dear @debasish majumder. I just wonder if you were to describe people by their shadows what would you say! I find your short-lines are more effective and I strongly advise you of writing shorter lines because they are more effective. That you can embed so much wisdom in few lines is truly admirable.
- Producer21/04/2017WHY POETRY?Why poetry? When the world is blazing with animosity Numerous innocents are becoming worst victims, no mercy What a turmoil our world is experiencing! Even we are unware of celestial debris Our dear world is being threatened by...
Comments22/04/2017 #21 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#19 you are most welcome @debasish majumder22/04/2017 #19 debasish majumder#16 thank you very much for your continuous support and warm appreciation @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. i am privileged and honored.22/04/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.super well done poet of poets on beBee @debasish majumder!22/04/2017 #10 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeePoets can draw a picture of impending disaster
That is why they make their emphatic effort with a positive gesture
yes, and poets can move hearts and I agree with the comment of @Donna-Luisa Eversley View morePoets can draw a picture of impending disaster
That is why they make their emphatic effort with a positive gesture
yes, and poets can move hearts and I agree with the comment of @Donna-Luisa Eversley. This you for sharing your beautiful poem dear @debasish majumder Close
- Producer19/04/2017OUR OBSESSION WITH 'I'!I, I and I Always reverberating and making a camouflage In our eye We are confused How we adduce How insignificant is ‘I’ Having no identity unless it glare on our eye Still we bang on to ‘I’ Aspiring it to carve a...
Comments20/04/2017 #16 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Buzz and Image. "I" has become a dictator of people's lives through Pride and Ego. Pride is a spiritual cancer that eats up very possibility of love, contentment or even common sense. Ego is the Pride when share with the world. Real Pride is what keep hidden to ourselves and the real dictator and cancer.20/04/2017 #15 Harvey Lloyd"I" has become a word of sensitive thought. I believe__________. The letter I can send you down many paths. So now "I" has become unanchored to anything as once you anchor I then you become a target for your beliefs.
The reality is that success begins with "i". If our fundamentals, internally, are not correct then we cant be successful outside ourselves. We discuss perspective, mindfulness and also Emotional Intelligence, these are all fundamental I wisdom points.
Your picture captured some good thoughts. But in our post modern world we no longer carry any absolute truths to anchor us, truth is relative to "I".20/04/2017 #14 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#9 Nice one @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. and @David B. Grinberg I did laugh for the joke of your's LOL.
We have to work earnestly to avoid "Enabling ‘I’ to emerge as a tyrant " - As Liesbeth says an I catching master piece.20/04/2017 #12 David B. GrinbergNice buzz, Debasish. You make some good points about "I" -- therefore, going forward it's only "me" and "myself." I will try to forget about "I" and not ask why, LOL! Yes, this a veiled attempt at humor, although usually the one who laughing at theses jokes is just me (not "I"). Keep buzzing, my friend...20/04/2017 #11 Deb 🐝 HelfrichYou have discussed the conundrum so well, @debasish majumder
"I, I and I
Always reverberating and making a camouflage "
The human condition comes with an "I" obsession, as it is the only voice rattling around within our mind. Yet, we are not designed to see ourselves clearly.
We have to work earnestly to avoid "Enabling ‘I’ to emerge as a tyrant "19/04/2017 #10 Joris PlaatstaalWe are not ants. They have no "I".... We are human, humans do have "I". Become an ant, or deal with "I". And for that matter, deal with "them", who tell you what your "I" should look like. Why does it seem to be SO HARD just being who you are for so many people? Becoming an ant to me, is giving up freedom in order to survive. Several steps back in evolution. Humans discovered the concept of "I". Do not run away from it, deal with it. We are not there yet, I agree.
"I" is me, that is what separates me from an ant. I do not see that as a curse. The ant has no notion of "I'. The ant will just survive. The ant will experience no joy and happiness, nor hardship and pain . Is that Elysium, nowadays? I have a feeling it is.........19/04/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc."WE" are blessed with your I-catching poems @debasish majumder!!!19/04/2017 #8 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeBeing gravitated by others appreciation
‘I’ proves to be potentially an element of destruction
You always have few lines that capture my attention dear @debasish majumder. I wish many people would be more alert to self-destruction. SOmetimes, we eat too many sweet "compliments" till our teeth gets decayed and only when it is too late to do something.
- Producer17/04/2017ENIGMA IN BRAIN!Human cerebral Supreme its character, sheer phenomenal It alone can perceive The rare capacity, hardly any creature can conceive It receives the signals being sent by five senses It synthesize with its overbearing presence...
Comments18/04/2017 #12 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeYour poem is consistent with what once I described you @debasish majumder- the scientific poet of beBee. I wonder if you were a teacher of science how often you would use poetry in teaching science. This poem is rich in ideas and creative imagination.17/04/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.I want to see all your gems in a book @debasish majumder
- Producer09/04/2017Windy Ideas Make WavesWriting is a responsibility. An author must have a purpose why h/s writes. If I write for to gain the admiration of readers then I am self-centered. I hope I am not this type. I want to open new opportunities for my readers. I don't mean only...
Comments13/04/2017 #24 Tausif MundrawalaLets dive in the waves of this sea of wisdom created by our very own, Sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. A huge round of applause for the hard work and thinking required to create this wonderful book. I am exhilarated that you have given this opportunity to everyone to read this wonderful book in its entirety.09/04/2017 #20 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#17 It is people like you that fill my life with bright waves dear @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.09/04/2017 #19 debasish majumderGreat share sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! i guess, the configuration of atom we may postulate are static apparently, but, we hardly realize that the elements responsible for their static configuration are not entirely being unearthed! they are they key source, propelling the atomic configuration to take a shape as far comprehensible to us. equally, the pendulum you are referring is amazing in its interpretation and i wish you may oscillates more to enrich us with knowledge to widen our vistas. Great share indeed sir! enjoyed read. thank you very much for such wonderful share.09/04/2017 #18 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.let the article go with the wind, with bees force!09/04/2017 #17 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.an ocean full of bright waves ... that is my wish to you @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee09/04/2017 #14 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#13 The idea of summing up my experiences has never occurred to me @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Sometimes, we get blurred to things that are close to our eyes. I guess this is kind of mistrusting our senses sometimes as happened to me. I shall seriously consider the writing this book with a request- you write the forward.09/04/2017 #13 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#12 Well you must write that book @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee the first person I read and followed was dr Margaret Wheatley, with her Book, "Leadership and the New Science" I think that was published about 1990, so you have been working on this longer than Margaret! her book was one of the first to study living systems and relate it to the way we organise people at work. I was lucky to attend workshops with her in bothe Australia and Slovenia and her work had a profound effect on mine. Along with biologists such ad Humberto Maturana - and I was lucky to attend a workshop with him in Australia too. So this work has been around for awhile now, but I sense it is being taken to a different dimension @Ali Anani. I know my work on the senses has uncovered new territory since I published that first book. I have been lucky to have one on one clients who are committed to the exploration and are uncovering some wonderful sense sights. I look forward to future discoveries with fellow explorers such as yourself.09/04/2017 #12 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#11 Thank you @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee greatly for sharing your mind here. I am truly happy to read your eloquent comment. Much more happier I shall be if readers would pay due attention to your comment. There is so much to think about in it and I refer mainly to your pointing "..., it is about mimicking and understanding nature to understand more about human behaviour and social and business systems". I tried to do this since 1981 and I find this field extremely rewarding. Nature tells us how to behave and strengthen our bonds and to grow beyond our limits. It also tells us how to achieve these goals. These are the type of things that can't be manufactured, but learnt.
I invite readers to seriously consider the comment of Deb.09/04/2017 #11 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I love the way you connect ideas from nature and physical systems and applying to them people, culture, business. I really sense this is a very big portal opening onto a whole new world. Even though biomimicry, and other fields have been around for awhile mimicking nature, this is slightly different as it is not about mimicking nature for manufacturing, it is about mimicking and understanding nature to understand more about human behaviour and social and business systems. I love the pollination of new ideas and the ideas spreading in waves and fields of energy across the globe.09/04/2017 #10 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#9 No, it is not difficult, but I use the services of the graphic designers in my office when needed. For example, a designer designed the cover of my book as I explained to him the main idea of the cover. SOmetimes we buy images and then modify them to reflect the content of the slides.09/04/2017 #9 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee is it difficult to make those slide share documents? i have made a simple one, but you have managed to put a whole article and image into the slides and make it look so good, as well as of course read so well!09/04/2017 #7 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I look forward to musing my way through your wonderful new ebook and reading your new book in the future. You are a wonderful writer and a generous support to so many people. It is wonderful to have made the connection.09/04/2017 #6 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#5 Thank you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams and you an example of novel people. As for the comments- very unfortunate this is difficult because the book shall be voluminous. However; I am in the process of writing a book in which extracts of all relevant comments will be highlighted. My initial title in "Comments Social Network". I am using a neuroscience approach to relate relevant comments together.
- Producer12/04/2017NEWS TO BE ONLY BEMUSED?Past propounds on future Death propounds on living Share propounds on giving Amazing! Where we are exactly heading? News are now only aiming to create sensation T.R.P. and profit is our only intension Devoid of reality...
Comments13/04/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.without trees no bees, thank you for again a gem of a honey delicious post that reminds us to be grateful for what nature offers @debasish majumder12/04/2017 #6 Gerald HechtThank you kindly for tagging me @debasish majumder thought provoking. A lot of truth seems (in this world) to be missing or something; yet the number of graduating broadcast/journalist majors keeps increasing; as do the number of green screens, cameras and microphones...and (I guess) they gotta say something...
- Producer09/04/2017LOVELY LIFE WITH ITS VIBE!Birds are chirping Conveys the advent of spring with their mellifluous humming Cuckoo is the most appealing Reenergize us with delightful rhythm Thus seasons have immense impact on our cerebral mechanism Making our faculty with...
Comments10/04/2017 #17 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThough we cannot literally see in our naked eye
Still we dare to vie out of our intellectual cry
If all are in motion, moving at random
Why should we take pride in humdrum?
You have the flow and ability to energize our hearts dear @debasish majumder10/04/2017 #15 Gerald Hecht#11 @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. I know right; whoa! Thanks @debasish majumder !10/04/2017 #13 Gerald Hechtahh thanks for the tag @debasish majumder...personally, I'm still ashamed at how upset I allow myself to become when my expression of the first signs of (the "mysteriously" ever earlier) spring arrived
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gerald-hecht/i-just-bee-spreadin-a-little-sunshine10/04/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.a poem that blossoms as a flower, more and more, @debasish majumder, wow!
- Producer08/04/2017INTRICACIES OF LIFE, A CONUNDRUM!Three in oneIn every event we noticed their intriguing accumulationIf you point one finger on meRepudiating rationality to fleeExpressing your vexation, annoyance or intoleranceWith adamancy and arroganceTo produce an ambiance of anathema and...
Comments09/04/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.seeds of JOY09/04/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.life is simple: seeds of good create more good, the inverse is also true, your poems (seeds of joy) create more of beauty in this world @debasish majumder, thank YOU09/04/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher"Check and balance is necessarily needed to kindle the ethical flavor of humanism" This is so true @debasish majumder! Right now when I think of humanity, I get reminded of the children who were gassed in Syria. My heart just breaks. I will never in my life understand how any human could harm another human, let alone children who are innocent. Well done!
- Producer07/04/2017COMMUNALISM, A DEVISE OF DEHUMANIZATION.Jhalawar is a small town, where people from all religions and sects used to reside with peace and harmony. Little outskirts of it, dwells a Muslim family, who are economically weak. Abdul, aged about fifty with his two sons, Rahim and Rahaman,...
Comments09/04/2017 #17 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#16 I rarely invite people to read my buzzes dear @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. This time I am inviting you to read my just-published buzz on "Why the Best Make Their Worst? May be you find the answer there.
When we reach a stage to kill innocent children then we are our of our human skin. These are the worst actions by people who are supposedly reached their best.09/04/2017 #16 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#12 @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, it's so sad that the news preys on those who do kill. If they took the time to showcase the many (majority) who do care about human life maybe things would begin to change. I have to admit, when I saw the news this past week after the Serin gas attack, I cried my eyes out. I saw the faces of my grandchildren on the faces of the innocent babies/children and it just made me want to vomit, literally. I often wonder when people make a choice to live to KILL if they are soulless at this point?08/04/2017 #15 Sara Jacobovici"...lying in the fetus of future." What a powerful line and way to bring your heartbreaking story to an end @debasish majumder. I want to thank @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for bringing my attention to your tragic story. Dr. Ali is right, I do say and believe that only humans tell stories and you are the teller of important stories debasish majumder. The sad reality is that no matter how advanced we become technologically, we are still emotionally primitive as a species. Although we are sophisticated enough to distinguish between killing and murder, between self-defense and premeditation, we still have good alongside evil and beauty alongside ugliness. Some choose to create, some choose to destroy, and some choose to repair. By continuing to tell these stories, debasish majumder, you are doing much repair work. Thank you.08/04/2017 #14 CityVP 🐝 ManjitFrom a National Geographic article, it asserts that 60% of animals in the animal kingdom do not show signs of killing each other, but 40% do and among them are violent and tribal tendencies we inherited from primates. The article concludes that do descend from a strain of killers in animals. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/09/human-violence-evolution-animals-nature-science/ Among the primates there are differences, the article points out to the peaceful primate of bonobos compared to the group violence dished out by chimpanzees. The percentages the article offers are interesting http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/09/human-violence-evolution-animals-nature-science/
I agree that communalism is a scourge and awful thing, but just because communalism expresses itself in an Indian village, does not mean that the savage beast does not exist in well developed urban communities. In the area I live it is highly orderly, but if I drive a couple of hours I enter community groups that not even the police like entering. The death rate in certain areas of Chicago are obscene and when I visited Detriot, our hosts warned us not to go out at night. The communalism expressed here is replaced by tribal gang behaviour in Chicago http://www.npr.org/2016/12/29/507436720/what-s-driving-the-violence-in-chicago. When the fire of tribalism is fanned in dire economic circumstance - it is then we get exposed to the savage animal fear within us, an orderly society submerges the savage self.
The article however also has optimistic view of what makes our species humane and this expression "humanity" has value. It is the economic system in well-to-do areas that makes us civilized coupled with the kind education and governance. There are well-to-do areas in India that are safer than Chicago and Detroit, but we don't focus on that and the grotesque does not nurture our humanity unless we have it as we curb our tribal animal response. Our humanity is still evolving.08/04/2017 #12 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeA sad story and depressing one this is dear @debasish majumder. I echo the voice of dear @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher that killing other humans is only legitimate to save ones' own life. As our friend @Sara Jacobovici keeps saying only humans tell stories; I may add also telling stories of mass killing. Why do we care for our lives and not also for the lives of others is a sign of a long way we to walk to be in peace with ourselves first.08/04/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis is a very sad story and one too common even though the theme may differ. I will never be able to comprehend how one human being can kill another for any reason other than to fight for their own life. This story was very moving and it's a reminder of what we still see worldwide, religious and political intolerance. We see human intolerance in general if some dares to look or act different. I pray one day this will change.07/04/2017 #9 Ian Weinberg@debasish majumder indeed a very important issue of out times - when will Mankind be able to transcend negative and destructive emotions and create a respectful space? If not now, with our technology, knowledge and understanding, then when? Perhaps this is our endemic state - to re-live the cycles of destructive emotions and prejudice and give rise to a handful of persons in each generation with sufficient respect, sensitivity and awareness to transcend and make it all worthwhile!07/04/2017 #8 Cyndi wilkins"He lives a humble life, but he enjoys immense happiness by spending quality time with his family whom he loves passionately. His hard work seems giving him sheer ecstasy by keeping his family happy. A healthy bonding he enjoys with sheet euphoria which cannot be translated in words and despite poverty, this rich values are imperative of immense gravity to the conventional life."
This passage reminds me of my own father...Rich we were not...but he was spun of pure gold...We were blessed to have him in our lives...RIP dad...Poverty is for those without passion. Thank you for the tag on this @debasish majumder...07/04/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.yes, we humans need to be aware of a number of things @debasish majumder
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- Producer05/04/2017FALLACY IN IDEOLOGY!Babri is a lovely place, a small town in the outskirts of rural India, where people from various religious beliefs live in absolute harmony and peace. It is a perfect example of unity in diversity, keeping the colorful fabric with an essence of...
Comments06/04/2017 #17 Devesh 🐝 BhattMiscreants, religious leaders, politicians only trigger the undercurrents of anger.
Have you ever wondered why there is no communal violence in Delhi or Hilly areas, forest outskirts or certain non transferable lands.
Our society is greedy and desperate, it gets compounded by socio economic strains built by politicians as well as micromanaging proxies in society, to trigger all this for profit or power.
We let the anger grow inside, this does not happen overnight, it is built up over centuries of mutual contempt and it is not hard to trigger such events for miscreants.
People just need an excuse to kill each other, peace is often just a pretence while people struggle to survive.06/04/2017 #15 Susan 🐝 RooksI can't fathom that kind of hatred, @debasish majumder! Just can't. What a horror for both the family and the community -- on both sides. I guess the hate must make some feel more powerful, more in control, less afraid. I just don't know, and I'm so sorry for anyone involved.
Thank you for a powerful and sad message.06/04/2017 #14 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanDebasish, you do an excellent job of sending a message. I believe the most thought-provoking question for these times is WHY? It seems those that hate and spread hate don't know the WHY, nor do they care. Tunnel-visioned beliefs with no light at the end of the tunnel.05/04/2017 #11 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThis is a sad story in which a small pebble grew into a big stone and sent the river of peace into agony. Small acts may grow and diminish long-standing cooperation. Nature truly favors disorder and we help in accelerating and increasing the disorder.
Thank you dear @debasish majumder for writing on a hugely important issue.05/04/2017 #8 Robert CormackIt's a common theme of fables, @debasish majumder, that hatred and change occur without reason. Something happens, a small incident, and suddenly otherwise peaceful communities show fear and violence. It remains an area of great interest for historians, trying to understand how this happens. Whole civilizations have been destroyed, yet nothing seems to explain the root cause. Yet there must be a root cause—just not one that carries through history like the events themselves. Interesting piece. Thanks for posting.05/04/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 ManjitYou sir are a 21st Century Indian, addressing the India that live in the past and the systems of politics that has learned not one thing from divide and rule and the independence of India from British rule. The sectarian nature of the political fuse of extremism in India is the one thing that endangers what is otherwise has been a far more multicultural country than America can ever pretend to be.
The danger of perverse politics is that it is rather easy to awaken the savage side of being and thus lose the human being. The culture I am from as already seen atrocities created in the name of politics and this is the orchestrated murder of thousands of Sikhs after the assassination of Indira Gandhi and at that point it is not a fallacy in ideology, it is a fallacy in this idea of being "Indian".
This ideological fallacy is as always the work of the few that uses the emotional poison of fear to turn the many against each other. The good news is that India has resisted a grave inter-communal bloodbath and that says that the minority is not succeeding - but nationalism is poisoning the fabric of India as we speak and the extremes of populism in India are just as rife as they are in Europe and America.
That is why it is important to find the Ashoka spirit of India and even here (the very symbols used in the Indian Flag and passport) are being questioned by extremists, and if they were ever to win, then the world loses. As it is, India does have an emerging middle class that is being educated with 21st Century skills, the politics of India needs leaders who will educate a nation to develop a 21st Century heart.
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Comments06/04/2017 #28 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman@debasish majumder, you express the woes of the world very well. I have probably used this quote several times on beBee and elsewhere but it seems to apply in many situations: “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”― Maya Angelou05/04/2017 #23 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt#22 keeping it small for the now. Trying for the big against all odds but it is no use talking about it now.
The minority has ruled the majority for a very very very long time. I doubt it would change in my lifetime but yes through word or through work one has to try.
Not for the greater good or any sich thing. But because nothing else is worth the time and effort because all else would eventually be sucked down this sinkhole.05/04/2017 #22 Joris Plaatstaal#21 Devesh, keeping it small... It is a good thing to do, I agree. But, I have a feeling it does not work. I think looking at history proves that. Throughout history the minority of power loving beings dictated the world. Fear and repression were the first tools. In many cases it did not work out for a long time, it frequently resulted in up rises and revolutions, swapping one ruler for another. And remaining the status quo.
Modern power loving beings dictate the world by the same fear and repression, but in a much more intelligent way. They evolved.
I hate to say it, but I am able to produce a blueprint of how to control the mass. Social media helps them more to stay in power. Fear and repression is cloaked by the illusion of freedom.
"I grand you the illusion of freedom and in return you do what I want you to do. I will tell you what is important for you. Obey my rules and I will enforce the illusion of freedom in your mind. Do not care about others, your world revolves about YOU. Try to become me, I give you this freedom, take it. The people that suffer are not your problem. It is their problem, self inflicted. I tolerate small intentions to better your world. I even reward you with a price. But do not ever touch my authority by becoming a big movement. I will react accordingly."
A few fortunate ones are able to see the illusion of freedom, many others need help, I think.
How can a minority rule 7.000.000.000 beings? 7.000.000.000 seconds is more than 200 years. See the power we have.05/04/2017 #21 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt#20 a majority of the 7 billion still suffer. Only a few fortunate ones like us cannot convince the majority that they allow people to exploit their suffering.
We all suffer because we presume our own pain to be the greatest, even the fact that we realise someone elses suffering, we presume to understand it better than anyone else.
I cannot possibly save the child in the picture or those like him. I can save the children in my village though.
I can help a few farmers against injustice here , empower them with knowledge and action.
As far as poetry or writing is concerned, i have seen people hold great meaning in them and get inspired to do good. Somewhere, someone just decides to something good while the majority just read through and forget.04/04/2017 #20 Joris PlaatstaalThat child is a symbol. Poor child. The child drowned despite all our good intentions. All those good intentions could not change the fate of this child.
For those who want to stop this, stop talking about it, start doing something about it. If not, think it is just a picture........
This little kid died, nothing we can do about it. Nor does sharing or poetry. Are we 7 billion good people? What are we afraid for? Do we not want this? What do we DO?04/04/2017 #19 Lisa VanderburgShame on us for hardened hearts; compelled to look away.
Immature sclerotic we whose footfalls leave decay.
Agonal screams are wasted on determined forward stares
as if anyone mistakes our coldness for a missing care!
Shame on us who watch; we wait for others cleave to 'duty'
we cannot see the love as we've squandered all the beauty.
Soulless creatures view the caring human plight
as nothing more than animals seeking out lime-light.
Shame on us, humanity. We've ground our rights to dust.
How Godlessly our blood runs cold with rust.
Beautiful sorrow, sweet @debasish majumder04/04/2017 #18 Mohammed A. JawadAh, the misery of wretched souls is that they are helpless and remain too bold and estimate not any risks. As the world goes on, their agony stretches and the world audience takes popular pride to paint their sufferance, with themes and words. Isn't that strange?04/04/2017 #17 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez#16 @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. @debasish majumder
That image is not real, it is even worse than real. Much of his family also died with him and there are rumors with photographs provided that that shot of camera was prepared.
That's why I say, it's worse than real.
Very sad04/04/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.sad image but reality @debasish majumder04/04/2017 #12 Gerald Hechtyeah...I know. I wonder what is wrong with us... FWIW, the only conclusion/wall I keep hitting is that nature/evolution has pretty much had it with our species...and one of the reasons is the sheer number of individuals who don't/refuse to believe that our species is as expendable as any and every other one...other reasons include the propensity of individuals of our species to believe in, engage in, take seriously, and even automate to the point of setting as the highest goal a "self correcting, AI based Algorithm" to spew their sacred "personal brands via hypocritical memes" that will "autospew" while said individuals take their kids out to dinner, or have sex with their (both "official" and "extracurricular") partners...how long oh lord? how long?
I may be just another hypocritical member of our species as well...but a couple of differences have been brought to my attention...when I do stuff with my kids, or am having sex...there will be no trace of me online...unless somebody is surveilling me or my phone is being phoned by its creator... similarly as of now, I keep the grown up activities separate from doing stuff with my kids.
I don't think it will matter in the end...when we've done more damage to 1)the planet, 2) the other species, and 3)our own species than nature is willing to tolerate...we will go into the fossil record for possible future discovery by ?
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Comments03/04/2017 #1 Devesh 🐝 BhattMain bharat desh ka vaasi hu,
Main shoshan ka abhilashi hu
In shahro mein jungle raj Jo hai,
Main kalyug ka banvasi hu
Par raavan se mujhe bair nahi
Hai uske pas bhi tark sahi
Bin chchal mile hai kuch bhi nahi
Jaha mauka mile loote hai sabhi
Main bharat desh ka vasi hu
Bas beimani mein sahasi hu
Padha likha sab vyarth raha
Main lobhi Aur andhvishvasi hu
Kya dharm, nyay Aur kya sanskar
Bas MATLAB par Tika hai sansar
Youn juda Aur youn bikhar gaya
Manthan hua vyarth, kuch bhi na mila.
Main bharat desh ka vaasi hu,
Main bharatiyata ka vinashi hu
Jeevan ka satya bhool chuka
Main shoshan ka abhilashi hu
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Comments03/04/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.@debasish majumder poems grow like flowers blossoming in the garden of beBee, again a creme de la creme piece of art02/04/2017 #7 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeHumanity’s choice
Which we overwhelmingly rejoice
With a hope to obliterate discrimination
Chaos, blood-shed and unequal distribution
The primary elements responsible for all abhorrence and conflictions
I feel your words dear @debasish and cry for less discrimination and more of justice. It is a legitimate call and so I shared your buzz.