- Producer21/06/2017BREATHE OF REPENTANCE!Rubel Roy is a successful entrepreneur. He started his life with nothing apart from his own dreams, firm belief on himself to become a successful businessman with a capital of hard working attitude with a vision and a degree in engineering and a...
Comments22/06/2017 #14 Ian Weinberg#6 I would enlarge a bit upon what @Pascal Derrien has commented. Indeed all professions have their bad eggs, mine included. But the problem with the world of coaching is that it remains an unregulated profession, globally. Candidates are not screened, there is no universally accepted curriculum and no pre-qualifying evaluation. There is in fact no licensing and ongoing evaluation of standards. This is of great concern since many of these unqualified individuals, unscreened for potential personal psychopathologies, are engaging with clients and working with very personal emotional issues. I have personal experience with this issue, since I have been training coaches for several years. I have needed to become very selective as to who I train and accredit. I refer you to an article which I wrote a while ago in this regard - see https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/drowning-in-snake-oil22/06/2017 #13 Ian WeinbergThanks again @debasish majumder for reminding us of the bigger picture of life. It is unfortunate that it takes the dying and the dead and indeed any great loss, to bring us back to a sober and authentic reality. The real journey that we need to undertake is inwards, not outwards. And as we approach a space of authenticity, our external world naturally begins to manifest more sustaining values.21/06/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.wow love this one!21/06/2017 #11 debasish majumder#5 i must admit cogently that out of so many personalities, you are the salient one @Pascal Derrien who consistently encourages me to write. i unhesitatingly admit that out of you peoples encouragement i get the spirit to write. thank you very much for your consistent support and appreciation. i am privileged and honored.21/06/2017 #6 Jordan Sands#5 I am one of those ' so called life coaches ' . I also study astro physics so, yes. I understand this article. Do not be quick to judge all life mentors with the same brush. I work extemely hard to help my clients lead a better life. Open your mind. Never judge a whole group with the same ethos.
- Producer18/06/2017REVERIEAloke asked to Ashim, ‘what you are thinking so deeply?’ Aloke replied, ‘Nothing, Just thinking about the deep concern being expressed by my mother, in her letter, about my younger brother, Animesh. He recently started to neglect his studies and...
Comments19/06/2017 #10 Tausif MundrawalaThe entire description about blood was remarkable. The inquisitive buzz like this have always caught my attention and have never restrained myself reading and commenting on it. You reminded me of, Manto- the writer who never restrained himself of telling the truth in the form of stories. You are a wordsmith my friend, @debasish majumder and have never hesitated to pen stories on complex subjects like these.18/06/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.mmmmmmmmm what a story @debasish majumder, well told, books are smiling at you
- Producer14/06/2017CRISIS IN RATIONALITY!Ashis Roy, promising software professional is an outstanding student since his childhood. His adept in mathematics and science triggered him to embark a career in software engineering from a premier engineering institute. Afterwards, he cracked...
Comments15/06/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeSaddened terribly by this story and I feel the tragedy of our lives. How easy it is to kill is amazing. If people would only realize how much effort the parents made to grow up their lonely son only to be knocked dead on the head. As @Pascal Derrien View moreSaddened terribly by this story and I feel the tragedy of our lives. How easy it is to kill is amazing. If people would only realize how much effort the parents made to grow up their lonely son only to be knocked dead on the head. As @Pascal Derrien pointed out "...on the dark side of mankind". Close
- Producer12/06/2017TIDE AND EBB OF LIFE!My wife Rimi is insisting me for a long time for visiting to a holiday resort to refresh our mindset with newer spirit and she prefers to go in Sea site. Actually, owing to my hectic schedule, I barely get any lapse time to spend quality time...
Comments14/06/2017 #15 Savvy RajTouching! .... Nature is like a mirror, reflecting through my wavy shadow about the ups and downs I am experiencing in my life! I wonder how it intricately attached with me. Appreciate this very poignant piece of writing .
Waves and ripples all a dance in this circle of life! . Sharing it on Life and Living14/06/2017 #14 Cyndi wilkinsIn my darkest moments I have always gone to the sea and submerged myself in the arms of nature...She can be cruel as well as she is kind...but in the quietest moments I hear her voice.."Come home and be healed."
Very powerful piece @debasish majumder View moreIn my darkest moments I have always gone to the sea and submerged myself in the arms of nature...She can be cruel as well as she is kind...but in the quietest moments I hear her voice.."Come home and be healed."
Very powerful piece @debasish majumder...thank you for sharing this piece of you.... Close13/06/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.yes nature is mystic! thank you @debasish majumder for honoring nature with your beautiful art work13/06/2017 #11 Ian WeinbergThanks for sharing @debasish majumder indeed I believe that there exists a greater connectivity with a timeless-spaceless energy space with which we resonate. And so we fluctuate with its eternal rhythms and consequences, having very little influence upon its physical manifestations. It remains for us to develop awareness for the greater dynamic, to derive fortitude from challenges and seek new opportunity by transcending the mind state of despair - for through resonation, despair begats loss and further despair while optimism and hope begats innovation and fruitfulness.12/06/2017 #3 debasish majumder@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., @Breno Barreto
- Producer10/06/2017TREACHEROUS IMAGINATION!Today, being very hot and humid day, not only I, rather all are feeling extremely uncomfortable and exhausted which resulting them to lose their temper in a trifle account. Mercury level has risen to 41 degree Celsius which is not the normal...
Comments11/06/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.this is a magnificent perspective, yes all what leads to growth is part of a bigger story, well done @debasish majumder11/06/2017 #9 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThank you dear @debasish majumder. You touched my heart with your buzz. The quote that you have on the background image says about growing in a dark side. Trees do that and in fact the parts that are shadowed grow faster than the parts exposed more to sunlight. SOmetimes being in a shadow allows us to grow more. But, as I commented somewhere else, I feel your stories make us see real life examples of people who grow on slopes and cliffs and the challenges life imposes on them. This story is a perfect example of what I mean.
- Producer06/06/2017CHOICE OF FANTASY!Aloke screamed at his wife Soma, ‘Quickly arrange my lunch dear. Afterwards, there will be no time for me to eat. From 2.30 P.M., I will be watching cricket match in the television. Don’t you know how important today’s match is? We have to win....
Comments06/06/2017 #6 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @debasish majumder- if at home we have varying interests then how about the society? I have different interests from my family, but I learn a lot from these different interests. However; I agree with you on people slitting into major camps because of sports. This interest has turned the attention of many youngsters to sports because there is money and fame (and ...). It amazes me that one soccer player makes a year more than thousand professors make at universities. Not only we are splitting societies and relationships between neighboring countries, but also we are igniting hatred and grudge.
Your story is a great example of what I mean.
- Producer30/05/2017ENIGMATIC HYDROGEN!What we are craving for? We may be confused and express our mental state with abhor Not knowing the matter In its state to comprehend its clatter We cannot see in our naked eye atom Can we dare to fathom its availability in our...
Comments02/06/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.awe, fallen in love, forever, with nature
- Producer28/05/2017INTRIGUING LIFE!Sarama, a girl of her mid-thirties, works as a domestic help to number of houses, majority of them are from affluent class and offers handsome financial package to her as remuneration from which she maintains her livelihood. At a very tender age,...
Comments28/05/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love this one, full of wisdom, please combine them in a big book of all your stories!!!!
- Producer25/05/2017MANUFACTURED DESTINY? A CONUNDRUM!A place, extremely remote rural area, where nature has endowed her all bounty along with flora and fauna, making the place an alluring one, precisely for the beauty being dispensed eternally and abundantly by the nature. The place is being...
Comments25/05/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.agree with @Pascal Derrien it happens in real in parts of the world, but you have written in a masterful way
- Producer22/05/2017OBITUARY OF GRATITUDE!Once I have been asked While having an encounter with fracas With an agitating bent of mind A man, hailing from human society being entwined Reaching to higher echelon with gleam Ignoring people, who sent him to such elevated...
Comments22/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful! there is something about gratitude, whenever we tap into it, we shift and see things in a much different way @debasish majumder
- Producer20/05/2017TECHNOLOGY'S TYRANNY!Ramen lives in a rural area in India and enjoys a small business out of which he earns decent earnings. Besides, he possess his ancestral agricultural land from which he used to fetch good fortune as the yields he gets from the land is enough to...
Comments20/05/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.wise message thank you for this wonderful story @debasish majumder
- Producer18/05/2017DEADLY SHARK!Mahesh was almost of our age and he was like our close friend, though there was a gulf of difference with him in terms of his family’s economic status. But, in our childhood days, he used to play with us and precisely his skill and athletic body...
Comments19/05/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.the library comes back, I see really thick books written by you, @debasish majumder and thank for tagging me and especially thank for sharing your beautiful creation with all of us here!18/05/2017 #6 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeA moving story with passion this is dear@debasish majumder. The pendulum swung for your friend from poverty to wealth and only to cost him his life. Your friend was a special case for me. In spite of his wealth, he didn't withdraw himself from your society. He came bag to invite you for his wedding. Again, how a relocation changed his life path and put him on the trajectory of death. We plan (or don't) and destiny laughs.
You are a great storyteller my friend.
- Producer17/05/2017Spontaneity in Human RelationshipI love to write about ideas that create spontaneity in my mind. The writing of such ideas requires minimum amount of energy and they flow naturally like waters of a waterfall. The writing of this buzz is a spontaneous process which resulted from...
Comments22/05/2017 #66 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMAIt would seem, then, a successful business would be one which has a combo of individuals whose comments and ideas are 'salty' as well as those who add salt to the mixture. Hopefully with time and encouragement the two will - like ice-cubes melt into each other having - eventually - found common ground. As always, Ali, thanks for a post which makes us think outside the box.19/05/2017 #65 Sara Jacobovici@Harvey Lloyd, @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee, @Lisa Vanderburg, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, @namita sinha, @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA. I wrote something on spontaneity inspired by your great discussion. I know it can't do your exchange justice, but at least a small contribution. Thanks. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@sara-jacobovici/part-three-you-can-take-science-out-of-philosophy-but18/05/2017 #62 Harvey Lloyd#61 Now you bring back some memories of not just childhood but the lost years of exploration. Reaching never land through chemicals in search of the mad hatter. Ahhhhh the days of old when knights were bold. The lead solo was a classic, you could almost hear it talking.18/05/2017 #58 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SANot much I can add to the erudite discussions @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee except to say that I found the discussions on this important concept.I wondered about the connection between spontaneity and creativity.When in the "stream of conciousness/flow" many great artists and musicians have claimed to have achievedtheir greatest succeses. Example a song composed in minutes; a painting in hours. I also find a close connection between spontenaity and innocence; how much easier for an innocent child to be spontaneous than a world weary child? Its a truism that we all need to seek our inner child again @Sara Jacobovici.
(I loved your image of the sun dappled trees Ali...induces a calmness of spirit)18/05/2017 #57 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA#12 @Harvey Lloyd.Agree the spontenaity of childhood is the purest type..i find spontenaity and innocence to be very closely correlated qualities. Neil Young expresses this perfectly in his song" I am a child":
"I am a child, I last awhile
You can't conceive of the pleasure in my smile"18/05/2017 #56 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#55 Thank you @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian for your support and appreciation. I have just tweeted the buzz and I am grateful to you.
Yes, many commenters don't tick the like, but they make repeated comments. I believe the comment is more enriching for them. Also, some bees tick the like button, but don't comment. A third point is that the comments count the authors' responses. So, the number of comments might be well-over the likes sometimes.18/05/2017 #55 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianVery thought-provoking.
BTW: Right now, you have 55 comments and 29 relevants (I'm not sure how that works. I would think a comment means you find it relevant). Consider sharing this post to Twitter. Add buzz @beBee ( That's the word "buzz" + a space + @beBee ) the end of the text window.
BeBee will tweet-promote it for you. Powered by https://www.myTweetPack.com18/05/2017 #51 namita sinha#50 @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee , Your posts and comments always inspire ..and have a cathartic effect ! Yes I am on my way to write further...thankyou so much for the motivation ! Blessed are we to have "mind-troublers" - as you fondly referred to the ones like dear @Sara Jacobovici ; in this network of great souls ! Have a safe and successful journey Sir :)18/05/2017 #50 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#43 "This is true for all relations – initial spontaneity and being vulnerable –and then letting our curiosity take the better of us as we unravel further..". You said it beautifully my dear @namita sinha View more#43 "This is true for all relations – initial spontaneity and being vulnerable –and then letting our curiosity take the better of us as we unravel further..". You said it beautifully my dear @namita sinha. I agree and wonderment coupled with curiosity have a synergetic effect. You can build on this and expand it into a great buzz, or even book.
I shal not be able to contribute more buzzes for the next twelve days because I am traveling tomorrow noon. But I shall write the buzz upon my return. Here, I live spontaneity and many times I started writing a buzz then a bee such as the wonderful mind @Sara Jacobovici makes a comment that pulls me to its attractor of wonderment and curiosity and I find myself swimming in different waters. This is my I address Sara sometimes as my mind-troubler Close
- Producer16/05/2017DECEITFUL DEVISE!‘Sir, would you mind to fill the withdrawal form, so that I can withdraw Rs.50000/ money from my savings bank account?’, Bimala requested me ardently. She was feeling little hesitation to ask, thinking I might be disturbed. I gladly said,’ sure....
Comments18/05/2017 #15 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianThe greatest gift we can give our children is to see them as who they are, not who we want them to be.
BTW: Right now, you have 15 comments and 20 relevants. Consider sharing this post to Twitter. Add buzz @beBee ( That's the word "buzz" + a space + @beBee ) the end of the text window.
BeBee will tweet-promote it for you. Powered by https://www.myTweetPack.com17/05/2017 #14 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsWhen children forget the pains their parents went through they kill the existence of their parents who are supposed to leave a footprint in their sands of time.
Children should adorn their parent's and be proud of being given the chance of survival that which many are not lucky to have. Infact we are supposed to give them everything they did not have, like they did while raising us.
I pity Bimala's daughter for there will be a day when she realises it and won't be able to do anything anymore.16/05/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful story thank you @debasish majumder I see a library full of books written by @debasish majumder16/05/2017 #10 Harvey Lloyd@debasish majumder i have read this a couple of times now and have a little (Maybe a lot) hesitation with this comment. The story or parable solicited from third parties an outward view that gets interpreted. Looking at the the other side of the coin the mother planned and raised a child to not be her but someone else. I don't judge this concept but as parents we are responsible for growing our children. We choose that path.
This story touched me as i have family and friends who went down this path of not wanting their children to face what they did in growing up. This had the desired effect. The children shared the embarrassment or apathy that they had been given by their parents. Unfortunately the parent has become the symbol of that embarrassment that the parents wanted them to avoid.
This comment is not without feeling towards the outcome, but rather looks at the parenting we give our children as part of the source to the outcome. I realized this late in my parenting career, but fought to undo all that i had thought was great parenting by having my children not be me.
I resolved myself to the fact that my children needed to be who they needed to be. Not an amalgamation of my life narrative. I have family members now who avoid life's pitfalls instead of living life as they were meant to.
I truly pulled from the post the moral, don't tell them what not to be, show them their destiny.
- Producer15/05/2017EXTRAPOLATION OF SUCCESS!‘What you are writing Ramesh?’ Ramala asked. Ramesh replied,’ you won’t be able to realize.’ ‘If I cannot realize then what is the point of writing? Uselessly wasting time! Do something, out of which I along with our kids could understand and...
Comments15/05/2017 #13 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorIt is unfortunate that many gifted writers and artists are not appreciated while they are living. They miss out on the rewards of their hard work whether it be appreciation or financial gain. @debasish majumder View moreIt is unfortunate that many gifted writers and artists are not appreciated while they are living. They miss out on the rewards of their hard work whether it be appreciation or financial gain. @debasish majumder, your post sends a worthy message that we need to live in the now and to show our appreciation for one another. Close15/05/2017 #12 Ian WeinbergGreat narrative @debasish majumder While it is true that many a 'shining star' of inspiration has only been fully appreciated after their passing, we need to still acknowledge the need for value contribution in this physical dimension. Value contribution can be defined as 'making something better than it was before engaging with it'. And so we need first to contribute value to ourselves - aspiring to personal creativity and being the best that we can be. And then contributing value to those close to us or dependent upon us. Finally, contributing value to the extended environment. This incorporates 'balance' - balance of creativity versus duty.15/05/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.@debasish majumder you are a book of honey bee, what a wonderful post. Thank you for your gift.15/05/2017 #8 Chas ✌️ Wyatt"We live under clouds, which sometimes close and make us gloomy, and sometimes open to give a glimpse of the glory beyond. It is vain to be impatient and angry with this; resentment will never scatter the mist or disperse a cloud, whether it be in the world revealed by the sense, or by the spirit." ~Alfred Rowland, "The Clouds: God's Angels of the Sea," in The Sunday Magazine (London), 1884.15/05/2017 #7 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@debasish majumder- you wrote in this compelling and heart-saddening story "Few weeks later, out of Ramesh’s best novel, which eventually appeared to the stand, helping Ramesh to emerge as a new star in the domain of country’s literature". I can safely tell you that you are equally qualified t be the same. March on
- Producer10/05/2017Cycling of Ideas WastesThe number source of time is wasted time. The number one source of energy is wasted energy. I add that the number one of customers is wasted customers and the number one of ideas is wasted ideas. I am finding support to my additions in the...
Comments14/05/2017 #26 Tausif MundrawalaI always make it a point to jot down the ideas or something relevant in my diary. Some years back I made a list of must read books. In that list I have listed 'The White Mughal' written by William Dalrymple and after a year or two to my astonishment I was reading that book. Some goes with ideas we need to note them down so that we can revisit those ideas and at the correct moment we can act on it. Again an excellent masterpiece ,Sir @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee12/05/2017 #24 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#21 Absolutely true you and your quote correct. We give our existence for a while on earth no value if we only produce waste and not finding a way to turn the waste into something useful. Thank you @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador View more#21 Absolutely true you and your quote correct. We give our existence for a while on earth no value if we only produce waste and not finding a way to turn the waste into something useful. Thank you @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador for writing such an interesting comment. Close12/05/2017 #23 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#20 Smashing comment @Jerry Fletcher and I enjoyed reading "Simply by mentally walking through the notes and observations there is a bridge to a different time and different minds" How true and expressive of reality this is!. I love the way you keep your notes even we get lost sometimes in which binder to find them. At least we know they are there. Ideas grow chaotically till we find a way to self-organize them or they may do this job for us!!!12/05/2017 #22 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#19
We use chip clip all the time to seal bags of powdered milk, chips and many other food items. I didn't know the story behind it till I read your comment @Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA. This is a great idea of the value of simple ideas that find great potential. You have an entrepreneurial quality Jean as you know the value of not discarding ideas till their day comes. Love comment12/05/2017 #21 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorWe are a wasteful society @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. There are landfills full of waste, we have waste in our seas and oceans, we have waste in junkyards and boneyards. We even have waste floating around in space. We must learn more about utilizing waste and especially using ideas rather than throw them away. I agree it is time to wake up for them.
“If you have an opportunity to make things better and you don't, then you are wasting your time on earth.”― Roberto Clemente12/05/2017 #20 Jerry FletcherAli, thank you once again for stirring the "little grey cells." My example is from a file I have kept since I started speaking about 1990. Every time I attend an event locally, nationally or internationally I listen to the other speakers, make notes and gather their materials. When I return home I review those items, and build a list of "possibilities" based by what I saw and heard. The data has accumulated in three ring binders over the years. Some "possibilities" are done immediately. Others sit in the 3 ring binders until I take one down from the shelf. Like Paul's closet cleaning it has become a treasure trove over the years. Simply by mentally walking through the notes and observations there is a bridge to a different time and different minds. If you'll pardon me, I have a little reverie to enter. The only question is, "Which Binder?"11/05/2017 #19 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA"Business", said Tom Peters, "Is about people. It's about passion. It's about bold ideas, bold small ideas, or about bold large ideas." I have an Ideas Journal to jot them down as they come to me. I regularly refer to it for additional inspiration. And while an idea may not be viable, at the moment, it could be in the near future. I say don't discard an idea regardless how odd it may seem. I can remember sitting on a beach at 11 years old, sharing a bag of chips with my sister and thinking wouldn't it be great if there was something to keep the bag closed when you've eaten your share and began chatting about it with family. I came up the idea to use paper clips. Et Voila! Not too many years later the 'Chip Clip' was invented. Proving, that even the oddest ideas can be used effectively. Thanks for another interesting article, Ali. As always you make us think.11/05/2017 #18 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#17 I am glad you cleaned your cupboard @Paul Walters and revived a long-forgotten idea. @Gert Scholtz wrote a beautiful buzz on his experiences waiting for the publisher to publish his first book. Valuable things show their value by keeping us waiting for hem.11/05/2017 #17 Paul Walters@Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Wasting time is for me right up there with sloth and procrastination. However during my time wasting phase I cleared out a long forgotten cupboard and found an idea from 10 years ago. An idea for a book. That book is now a trilogy and two more followed. I am now wasting time writing the next one. Would you be so kind as to write to the publishers and tell them that I have a cold and they should get their promised manuscript soon...well maybe not soon but sometime10/05/2017 #15 Yogesh SukalThank you for informative @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee the ideas which seems not tobe useful may inspire some solution to entirely different problem.
as Einstein proposed general relativity as four dimensional space-time fabric.
extension of same to fifth dimension, Kaluza–Klein theory (KK theory) is a unified field theory of gravitation and electromagnetism built around the idea of a fifth dimension beyond the usual four of space and time. It is considered to be an important precursor to string theory.
and many physicist lost faith and questioning string theory, but in that case these new cases may be ideas for futuristic problem which we are not able to percieve now.10/05/2017 #13 Gert Scholtz@Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee An example of turning a “waste” idea into a valuable one is happening close to me at the moment. A person I know realized that with the rise in coffee shops and coffee consumption, a big amount of ground and filtered coffee is thrown away every day. If the coffee waste is collected, it could be used in the form of coals or brickets to fire up stoves and fireplaces this coming winter. It would help the recycling of waste and save trees usually used for firewood. If this will be viable and will work still remains to be seen…. I thought an interesting way of turning what is literally a “waste” idea into something beneficial.10/05/2017 #12 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#11 You left no mask dear @Sara Jacobovici hiding the reality. Yes, the mask of pre-determining the value of an idea or whatever. Instead of enhancing the value of an idea we tend to have misconception and reject the opportunity for a breakthrough. Your comment resonates very strongly with me.10/05/2017 #11 Sara JacoboviciYou are forcing us to look at our behaviours in a very honest manner @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. We waste time, energy, ideas, relationships, as a result of losing sight; we don't see the value because it is masked by what we have already decided has value. If the two, our expectation and what is taking place, do not fit, then we "trash" it without any hesitation. The individual who is open to seeing the idea for what it is and can be, does what the CEO in your example did Dr. Ali, works the idea from the inside out; finds the fit and enhances the idea's value. Another thing that is often painfully wasted as a result of this tunnel vision, is potential. When an idea or person is not given the opportunity to thrive, not only is its worth in the moment wasted, but its potential for the future.10/05/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#9 You flow with wisdom @Harvey Lloyd. You go with the flow of wisdom. "The main lesson, be present in the moment you find yourself". Also, "but we find opportunity and wisdom by being present".
What Could I say? Your wisdom overwhelms me, Harvey.10/05/2017 #9 Harvey LloydTime can be seen from two contexts, a measurement instrument that we use to tell if we are ahead or behind; Or, a river in which we exist on. If we see time as a measurement then we can only measure it in the sense of not enough or plenty.
Seeing time as a river of ever changing opportunities, is a teacher of wisdom. The main lesson, be present in the moment you find yourself.
Consider the fact that if humans didn't exist is time a factor? We created time so that we might understand and measure our world and identify cycles of action. Unfortunately we have also adopted time as a performance indicator within our own intrinsic value. Its part of the equation. When we extricate time from our equation we still set the alarm, attend appointments on time, but we find opportunity and wisdom by being present.
Your post describes the opportunity that was produced as one looked at their existence within time, they were present at the moment the idea birthed.
It's not what you do with time that is important, it's is who you are within it that influences you and those around you.
- Producer09/05/2017ENIGMA IN EXTREMES!Pigs are amazing creature in natureThey fight among themselves with sharp teethThey themselves break it to existBy virtue of nature’s selectionThey eventually exist with jubilationThey adapt themselves to avoid from extinctionThus extreme of nature...
Comments10/05/2017 #15 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI am not the one to write on pigs dear @debasish majumder> I want to welcome the comment of @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee and her writing " give yourself the best conditions so you grow strong and beautiful, and if your conditions have not been good, change them". This is very true.09/05/2017 #13 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeyes deep in ourselves are seeds waiting to germinate - these seeds will grow no matter what conditions, they may grow stunted and weak and still have beauty, or strong and resilient, - give yourself the best conditions so you grow strong and beautiful, and if your conditions have not been good, change them - a late bloomer is just as beautiful as early bloomer, and those who have struggled have great strength.09/05/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.that is soul beautiful @debasish majumder, wise and true. We are all human. One tribe.
- Producer07/05/2017FAUX PAS WITH SUCCESS!Ramen is hurriedly going out of his room towards the garage to board his car, as already he is late for his office. Before closing the door, he said,’ dear Ramala, please don’t forget to attend the doctor’s chamber in time. The appointment is fixed...
Comments07/05/2017 #3 debasish majumder@Milos Djukic, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., @Melissa Hefferman, @Melissa Hughes, @Paul Walters, @David Navarro López
- Producer05/05/2017HERITAGE IMBROGLIO!What is heritage? Is it a privilege? We human only can make hype Out of all creature which have life Fanning our culture to ripe An abstract parameter designed by our whims Chanting hymns to eulogize with mystic rhymes...
Comments06/05/2017 #11 Tausif MundrawalaTrees being the vital focus of this buzz made it more special. Being a nature lover I get attracted to anything related to it. Your poems have that essence which strike chord with the one who reads it. This should be used as an anthem against deforestation. Am blessed with each and every word still resonating in my mind. Thanks for this wonderful poem, @debasish majumder05/05/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.it is true trees do so much for us, we should be more aware of their value thank you for reminding us @debasish majumder
- Producer03/05/2017DECEPTIVE CHANGE! A CONUNDRUM!Long time back, there was a boy, named Aloke, and out of his weird character, still he remained vivid in our memory. Since his childhood, he possessed a unique behavioral pattern unlike us, for which people in and around his neighborhood used to...
Comments03/05/2017 #9 Antoinette Capasso-BackdahlYes, if we could only get the male machismos to accept that females have the same issues. It is not always about hormone imbalance. It is about the desire to have the same economic opportunities. Especially when males have created offspring they've abandoned or were forced to leave either by nature or war.03/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.I say yes to change and transformation! You let us reflect once again @debasish majumder with your posts, thank you!
- Producer02/05/2017DEATH OF IGNOMINY!Ramala, a girl of her early teens, lives in a remote village, where her parents both are engaged as agricultural laborer. She has six siblings. She is the elder of her rest siblings and in absence of her parents; she used to look after them. Her...
Comments03/05/2017 #14 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorUnfortunately, the vulnerable and naive can be victims of horrific acts that no one is aware of and/or no one believes them. Their lives snuffed out with no justice served and probably never will be served. Interesting story, @debasish majumder02/05/2017 #12 debasish majumder#9 nobody knows neither the viscera report reveals. but, the reality is how we draw the pangs of a small girl being wiped out from our dear planet? is n't it enough evidence that she is truly forced to accept an ignominious death. in our country how many can envisage that iron is not a native element and the nature's spiral motion being responsible to meet numerous accidents, causing untimely death? how many of us can comprehend that when we go to the market to purchase a commodity in exchange of currency we are carrying, that we are actually carrying Gold, which is equated with currency we are carrying and that also not native? how many can show that the force we apply to hold a matter against the force being acted upon a matter owing to gravitational pull and we are acting against the gravitational pull? how many can show us what is energy in physical state? ow many can show us that, freedom is an abstract concept and primarily designed by virtue of our essential needs and should be asserted by us, lest we may not able to conserve it, despite for freedom lot of patriots dedicated their lives? money power can eclipse our faults and we surely know its immense strength, by virtue of which we can afford to do what we want. even it have the capacity to cover our misdeeds! however, thank you sir for being kind enough to go through my post and shared your valued comment. i am privileged and honored. being a common persona from a developing world i just shared my experience what i observed in my naked eye and being naked i tried to reveal the actual picture what i have observed and accordingly shared sir @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee02/05/2017 #11 Qamar Ali KhanSo sad! The rise in the quality of life brings a decline to the quality of humanity, and this saddening but wonderful story proves it. Poverty is a sin. Poverty is the most serious crime. That's why the poor are sentenced hard everywhere. The life of a poor is written with tests and sentences, as well as hopelessness. Great post @debasish majumder02/05/2017 #9 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThis is a sad story dear @debasish majumder. Miseries follow Murphy's Law. The poor girl suffered two brutal incidents on same day and caused her life.
Our world can be quite vicious. We steal from the poor their dreams, aspirations and at the end push them to lose their lives. Poverty and exploitation when combined can ruin life.
One question though my friend. Carla lost her life the same day she was raped and accused of stealing. Then how do we know her true story? How did we find out that she was raped?02/05/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.it reads as a story but most probably this is reality in parts of the world, sad and part of life, let us hope that ... somehow everything connects @debasish majumder
- Producer30/04/2017OSMOSIS OF AVARICE!Five years old daughter of Aloke, Ritu is craving to her Dad, ‘Dad, you please come little early. Without you how I will celebrate my birthday? My all friends are invited. They equally want the company of my dear Dad. I don’t want to buy any...
Comments01/05/2017 #14 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorIt seems some decision makers don't have the human race nor our beloved planet in their best interests, no matter where we live. The selfish desire for wealth and power is increasingly alarming. What is so unfortunate is we don't know about the corruption until a disaster happens.01/05/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.mmmmmm, sad @debasish majumder, sad stories remind us that it is not evident when everything goes well, gratitude is the answer for that!01/05/2017 #12 Lisa 🐝 GallagherVery sad stories of the two families indeed. Making cuts to save money on behalf of human lives happens throughout the world sadly. I think of all the fracking that takes place in the US and they have proven there's been an increase in Earthquakes in the areas that do fracking yet nothing has been done. Oklahoma is one such state that was not prone to Earthquakes but that's changed since fracking began, not to mention all the poisons that spill into the soil which travel to the water that people use and consume. We need to take better care of mother earth. My heart broke when I read of that poor gal losing her father (on her birthday, no less) and even for the entire family that was killed in the accident.01/05/2017 #10 Ian WeinbergThanks for a screenshot of life in its multi dimensions. Indeed there are much more complex and timeless systems in play that influence every aspect of our existence. The question is - has mankind reached a threshold level of presence wherein the very source-files of the system may be corrupting? Thanks for this thought-provoking buzz @debasish majumder01/05/2017 #7 David B. GrinbergNice buzz, Debasish. It's very unfortunate that many politicians in the USA and elsewhere are climate change deniers despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. That age-old saying is really ringing true: "You can't fool Mother Nature."
To wit: decades of environmental degradation caused by greedy corporations, Big Oil, and carbon producing industries worldwide have only contributed to a host of already alarming problems, including: unclean air, polluted water, record-setting temperatures, rising sea levels, super storms, melting ice sheets and ozone layer depletion (in and over Antarctica), etc. It's a long and ugly list on the road to ruining the only planet we currently call home. A sad story indeed.
- 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...
Comments30/05/2017 #31 Randall BurnsExcellent article @Ian Weinberg Logical, very well presented, easy to digest. The physiology aspects, the "mechanics" of how our brain works, is fascinating and your expertise and input in this area is invaluable. I was brought up in a world of academics, (mother and father both PhD's, Economics and Physics), and in my experience I have found that the most, (as you say), "inflexible" people were also the most "educated", (not my parents nor most of their contemporaries). it comes down to the age old struggle/battle with the individual "ego" which can afflict anyone regardless of experience or education.
Well done sir!30/05/2017 #29 Ian Weinberg#27 Deborah - here's another article which may contribute further understanding to the subject. See - https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/united-in-energy29/05/2017 #27 Deborah Levine#26 Fascinating! So many questions! How do scientists define ESP/PK ability? And do you think that yoga might increase that ability to slowing the EE- resulting in increased creativity? Lastly, do scientist think that creative people somehow learned to suppress the left front-temporal, or is that ability innate?29/05/2017 #26 Ian Weinberg#25 Thanks Deborah. You ask an interesting question - one that I can't answer. However some circumstantial observations - ESP/PK ability appears to be related to dysfunction of the left fronto-temporal lobe such that the right fronto-temporal is released from left hemisphere dominance. The right hemisphere appears to support creativity, big picture sensitivity and ESP. Experiments have shown greater success in creative abilities when the left fronto-temporal is artificially suppressed with trans-cranial stimulation. ESP is more successful in slower (Alpha) EEG activity. Slowing the EEG using biofeedback techniques has resulted in greater ESP success.29/05/2017 #25 Deborah Levine@Ian Weinberg wonderful article. I wonder if, as unique individuals, we also have unique traits regarding the infrastructure of our mental-emotional pathways beyond what is determined by our life experience. Why do some people have ESP while most do not? Can ESP be acquired or is it embedded at birth?01/05/2017 #23 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee"And while a diversity of subjectivity adds to the richness of the concept of consciousness, the inflexibility of some individuals to respect, consider and evaluate the authentic views of others on the subject, impedes the evolution towards a collective understanding of the concept." Ahhhhh so true01/05/2017 #22 Ian Weinberg#21 Thanks for sharing your perspective @David B. Grinberg and thanks for the complimentary words. Indeed a very interesting time. I truly believe that the ultimate frontier is that which exists at the interface between consciousness and the realm of quantum and relativistic physics. Just one little point that I would raise - the fact that human consciousness 'co-creates' by shifting 'matter' from superposition to base physical state, implies that there is no 'end-point' - the substrate is in dynamic flux directly as a result of our conscious engagement with it. I would submit that it is therefore more valuable to study and understand the system and its 'source files'. From this space we would gain greater insights into the components and substrate.01/05/2017 #21 David B. GrinbergWow, what a brilliant buzz, Dr. Weinberg! Thank you for fleshing out (no pun intended) these comprehensive and complicated topics like only a neurology expert could. Just a couple of random thoughts.
1) First, when it comes to space and the Universe, the best scientists on Earth apparently still don't know what they don't know. They have a handle on some the "known unknowns" but not the "unknown unknowns." Thus, the more we leverage the power of new telescopes (ground and space based) to peer outside our own solar system, explore new galaxies and look back to the beginnings of time as we know it (per the Big Bang), the more we find out how little we actually know. Thus, space remains a vast mystery, regardless of whether humans are too arrogant to comprehend this fact (like in the time of Galileo and Copernicus when it was thought the Earth was the center of the entire Universe. What a farce).
2) Second, it will be interesting to observe the future expected merger of human intelligence with artificial intelligence (transhumanism). This raises fundamental questions about altered states of consciousness, such as surpassing the "singularity" and potential transcendence to alternative states of consciousness outside the bodily experience -- in which neural networks might exist in cyberspace by combining the mapping of individual human brains with vast quantum computing power to form new states of reality. It's most certainly a lot to wrap one's head around as we move closer from science fiction to science fact.29/04/2017 #18 Tausif MundrawalaThe excellent part of your buzzes is to bring forth the medical terms in a simple language and after explaining the concept you present conclusions which seems as a great therapy to me. Which proves the fact that being a Neurosurgeon, you are an exceptional therapist. Only after diagnosing someone's problem we can come to a helpful conclusion. Your buzzes transports me to that world where you have always been an expert. I have to read and sometimes reread carefully in order to grasp the worthiness of your buzzes.
You are an excellent therapist and a great problem solver, @Ian Weinberg29/04/2017 #16 Sara JacoboviciI continue to find your posts "awesome" @Ian Weinberg. I appreciate how you are able to organize complex ideas in such a user friendly way. The only part that I need to go over a few more times before I am able to articulate what it is I am not quite in agreement with, is your definition of "Belief". I'd like to share a couple of things I came across today that I found interesting. One, (I paraphrase); Death is a fact, but how we deal with this fact is subjective. Two, I started reading Kurt Goldstein's The Organism and found Oliver Sacks forward very much in the spirit of the work I have read by you.
- 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...
Comments30/04/2017 #11 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeSImply your best buzz and I enjoyed reading it with sorrow filling my heart for the father and his loss. You reminded me dear @debasish majumder of my brother who passed away because of brain tumor. Life is chaotic and who she picks to test is her choice30/04/2017 #10 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"By losing his only endearing son, Anirban is engulfed with immense pain. He is champion of solving mathematical problems, but, in real life he is entirely flummoxed by the mysterious game of life, not knowing at all how to solve such complex problems". Agret read29/04/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.mmmmm it is terrible that the son died, and this happens in reality, we really must enjoy the now and make the best of it @debasish majumder
- 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 faith