Jasbir Singh

Jasbir Singh

31/7/2020 · 2 min read · ~10
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10 Powerful Morning Thoughts For Health & Happiness

10 Powerful Morning Thoughts For Health & Happiness

Our soul is our friend and our soul is our enemy too. We are our friends or enemies. ‘Each early morning time Beginning of the day right is significant. Since as a matter of first importance,Thoughts For Health & HappinessOn top of it, we...

Cyndi Docy

Cyndi Docy

4/10/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
Effective Prayer Starts at Home

Effective Prayer Starts at Home

    As I was looking through my hives,  and came to "Pray for the World", I thought about how I first came to know God through prayer. The simple fact is this world needs prayer.  But,  how do we effectively pray for this world? It begins at...

Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. beBee Global Brand Ambassador
4/10/2018
Cyndi Docy

Cyndi Docy

Inspiration

4/10/2018
Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

27/9/2016 · 1 min read · +100 · 1
10 Second Summary of the 1st Presidential Debate (2016)

10 Second Summary of the 1st Presidential Debate (2016)

Trump: The American people are angry. Our futures are very uncertain. We are scared. We are angry and afraid, but we are not crazy. Hillary, please acknowledge our fears. Please acknowledge the mistakes we've made as much as you...

Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

Great read, thanks for the tip!

30/9/2016
Jared J. Wiese

Jared J. Wiese

Check this out: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@peter-morscheck/why-trump-won-the-first-debate

30/9/2016
Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman

27/9/2016 · 1 min read · ~100 · 5
1 Reason Why We Don't Agree on Anything

1 Reason Why We Don't Agree on Anything

1. We think that the opposite of rational thought is irrational thought.It isn't. There is no such thing as irrational thought. Unless your brain is significantly damaged and sick, and that happens. Otherwise, the human psyche is divided into two...

Deb Helfrich

Deb Helfrich

Hey Joshua LeBlanc-Shulman looking forward to continuing our conversations here - Welcome to beBee. This is an incredibly useful buzz. Sometimes we do need to work towards agreement and I think you've nailed the right strategy:

"Acknowledge your humanity. Acknowledge their humanity. Acknowledge the emotions involved. Acknowledge the facts involved. Find a solution."

27/9/2016
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

@Josh Leblanc-Shulman you are on point. Steven Covey describes this process as "Seeking first to understand, then be understood" Everyone has their emotional triggers. To assume yours are the only ones that matters usually makes for some cold coffee conversations. Great post.

27/9/2016

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