- Producer18/09/2017“ Here’s Looking At You Kid.” A Few Days In Casablanca, Morocco.First published in Oman Air In Flight Journal Sept 2017.Casablanca seems to be one of those cities that is often given a wide berth by tourists but, spend a little time here and you will see that for those who skip it while visiting Morocco are...
Comments20/09/2017 #28 CityVP 🐝 ManjitYour admiration for Morocco certainly shines through, as it did with the Magic of Marrakech https://www.bebee.com/producer/@https-twitter-com-paulvwalters/discovering-the-magic-of-marrakech and with the exotic blue of Chefchaouen https://www.bebee.com/producer/@https-twitter-com-paulvwalters/chefchaouen-morocco-s-jewel-in-the-rif-mountains
What I picked up from this is the differing aspects of Spanish Morocco and the Portuguese mentioned in this article. Thought it was very clever for the cafe owner to cater for some Bogart nostalgia and as you said with the original set actually filmed in Hollywood. That is one smart cookie !19/09/2017 #27 AnonymousThank you, @Paul Walkers. You have been faithful to the magical trajectory of the Casablanca of my childhood (despite the changes) but, no doubt, the charm will persist in its small alleys. My childhood was spent between Rabat (my hometown) Marrakech (the tender birthplace of the grandparents) and Casablanca (my child's memories with my cousins) All these memories coated with spice odors. A feast of memories, which stimulates a delightful nostalgia. Thank you18/09/2017 #6 Lisa 🐝 GallagherYou had me at "fried egg sandwiches," something we had for lunch on occasion. If I came across a vendor making them, I'd certainly buy one! Casablanca appears grand. I'm sure there isn't enough time in one trip to take in all the beauty and history. Nice piece @Paul Walters
- 17/09/2017Ennio Morricone en una gran banda sonora para la película de culto "The Thing" (La Cosa), 1982.The Thing (Complete Score) - Ennio Morricone Complete score from "The Thing" by Ennio Morricone 00:00 A Ship of Some Kind 01:44 Main Title 02:00 Anarctica, Winter 1982 04:36 It Begins... 05:26 The...
Comments18/09/2017 #1 David Sánchez González*** Desde luego, Morricone sabe crear atmósferas porque es un gran orquestador; al igual que Goldsmith, Rosenman, Jerry Fielding... se "casa" o engarza con la imagen y el montaje... Incluso películas como "Perro Blanco", u "Orca, la ballena asesina" (¿desde cuándo son ballenas XDDD?), en la escena en que el animal saca la cola del agua moviendo la aleta, ¡se atreve hasta a subrayar eso...! Es un maestro, ganas tengo de hacerme con el libro que se ha publicado hace poco de él... :-)
- Producer09/09/2017Picking up ink and playing on a screen of dreamsPicking up ink and playing on a screen is a great pretension ... the pretensions of the gods who shaped the earth and beings ... the pretense of illustrating the most diverse follies of the fabric ... is shaping the invisible ... the breaking of...
Comments09/09/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#1 Thank you dear Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA for tagging to to this lovely buzz by @Neto Montana. All the buzz is full of creative and fragrant thoughts. It amazes me that in my buzz of today I mentioned walking in a flower garden and I used also the word fabric, but from different perspectives
Our mood when we write governs what perspective we see.
I followed you Neto and I shall make sure I read your contributions more often.09/09/2017 #1 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA"The greatest weapon of civilization is language, expression, song ... it is the ammunition of the poet-laden poets who weep the anguishes hold the gains, thrill and shake the crowds, as well as the painters and craftsmen to create giants and pretentious fortresses in forms..."
A great short buzz which distills succintly for me the very essence of the value which the creative arts bring to us all.
Many thanks Neto..tagging some creative leaders on this @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee @Sara Jacobovici @Deb 🐝 Helfrich @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. @🐝 Fatima G. Williams
- 20/08/2017Oh God I just cant forget the beauty of Norway ! Its a heaven o earth ! check out all my dearest honey bees how wonderful she is !nature of Norway
- 19/08/2017Leonardo Da Vinci Documentary - I had linked this one before in a Spanish buzz by Christian Galvez and now I am taking a second dip. of this documentary.Leonardo DaVinci (Full Documentary) Renowned as the "Mind of the Renaissance," the genius of Leonardo da Vinci reaches beyond the centuries. Painter, sculptor, engineer, and scientist, in each...
- 14/08/2017Sometimes songs are better sung in French
Found Indila - Dernière Danse to be a fascinating composition even if I do not speak a word of French.Indila - Dernière Danse (Clip Officiel) 1er Album « Mini World » sur iTunes http://po.st/MiniWorld Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/IndilaOfficiel Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/Indila...
- Producer12/08/2017Chefchaouen, Morocco’s Jewel In the Rif Mountains.This is the second article to appear on beBEE covering Chefchaouen this year. Nicole Leigh West's excellent piece, “Kif in the Rif” summed up exactly why this town is a must for any traveller. I was recently commissioned by Arabian Airlines...
Comments12/08/2017 #32 CityVP 🐝 ManjitOriginally I thought the blue in the photos was simply a photographic effect, but as you explain, the hues of blue in these photographs is intentional and so it is greatly appealing because the colour of homes where I am from stretches from gray to brown and with some wealthier and poorer bits of white. These shades of blue do possess a spiritual characteristic to them.12/08/2017 #17 Savvy Raj'All of the buildings are painted in these vibrant hues twice a year and they make for a beautiful palette offset, as they are by Andalusian red terracotta roof tiles...'Quite an imagery you manage weave with your words @Paul Walters View more'All of the buildings are painted in these vibrant hues twice a year and they make for a beautiful palette offset, as they are by Andalusian red terracotta roof tiles...'Quite an imagery you manage weave with your words @Paul Walters. Thank you for sharing Close
Comments13/08/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#4 you too, @Moi Kliniger, thank you12/08/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.lovely image11/08/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThis painting is by Huda who is from Saudi Arabia, she has been on Deviant Art for a dozen years and the rest of her collection is sublime and beautiful also. There are other artists named Huda from Saudi Arabia but what makes Gemini Soul special is the purity of her soul and that is demonstrated in the way she returns her kindness, if you call her sister she responds with bro, if you say lovely, she responds with love, if you write in Arabic, she responds in Arabic.
That shows me that Huda responds in the flow and rhythm of other souls and that I find incredibly genuine and though she never reveals her face or full name, it is so self-evident to me that she is a beautiful person, where beauty is the quality of her heart, that beyond the beauty of her paintings makes me glad to come across this person even if this artwork was posted nearly a decade ago. Some contributions that people leave are timeless, and this is..
The above picture was posted by her in 2008. It is not clear if she is still active on DeviantArt but from the comments she left behind between 2008-2013 she was very active in responding to her community and her words reveal her to be generous and giving and quite OK with people sharing her work. We may never know who she is but we can see her talent in ample supply and the goodness of her heart in her words.
- 07/08/2017Jim Carrey I Need color I funny just laugh Funny Video 2017 : https://goo.gl/4kYkLr Jim Carrey I Need color Jim Carrey I Need color Jim Carrey I Need color Jim Carrey I Need color Jim Carrey I Need...
Comments07/08/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI was expecting funny-ha-ha, I wasn't expecting to see Jim Carrey as an artist. We know his genius as a comedian and he was the only actor that could play Andy Kaufman, now I see the full extent of his genius is an amazing creative repertoire and a thought process that matches it. This video was an absolute pleasant surprise, very meditative while ;providing great narration that represents the soul of an artist. Brilliant share in every possible way !
- Producer06/08/2017Damián OrtegaIf it was purely based on the thinker behind the artist Damián Ortega is, I would place him in my White Hive, but because his thinking effects so many perspectives about culture and are highly nuanced observations, he deserves to be viewed as a...
- Producer05/08/2017A Grand Tour in a Short BuzzYou can travel South Africa in ten minutes. Through these videos. For a mostly aerial trip through South Africa, I have selected a few videos for you to enjoy. Total viewing time is a few minutes. Choose one or two and see what scenic beauty South...
Comments06/08/2017 #24 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#13 you are most welcome @Gert Scholtz06/08/2017 #20 Ken BoddieBaie goed, Gert, except I couldn't follow much of the 'Howzit' video. Know any instant Afrikaans to English to Strine subtitle systems? By the way, did you know that the rhino is a very rich animal, from the original 'rhinosorass', derived from 'rhino' meaning money and 'sorass' meaning piles, hence 'piles of money' . 🤣05/08/2017 #13 Gert Scholtz#11 @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Thanks for sharing Liesbeth.05/08/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.South-Africa must be wonderful. Thank you for this information!05/08/2017 #10 Randall Burns#4 Absolutely!!! @Gert Scholtz Going to need a "decoy" to keep the Great White's off of me... Hmmmm... Do you know any slow swimmers? @Kevin Pashuk? @Harvey Lloyd? @Ken Boddie? Hey @Paul Walters!!! he still has a cast on his foot, perfect decoy :-)
Great videos, beautiful country. Yes it's on my bucket list
- 04/08/2017Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge.
We are perpetually on the way thither,
being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind.
Comments05/08/2017 #9 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThe actual context of this quote is better understood in its full text as copied below from On the Genealogy of Morals by Nietzsche :
We are unknown to ourselves, we men of knowledge—and with good reason. We have never sought ourselves—how could it happen that we should ever find ourselves? It has rightly been said: "Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also" [Matthew 6:21]; our treasure is where the beehives of our knowledge are. We are constantly making for them, being by nature winged creatures and honey-gatherers of the spirit; there is one thing alone we really care about from the heart—"bringing something home." Whatever else there is in life, so-called "experiences"—which of us has sufficient earnestness for them? Or sufficient time? Present experience has, I am afraid, always found us "absent-minded": we cannot give our hearts to it—not even our ears! Rather, as one divinely preoccupied and immersed in himself into whose ear the bell has just boomed with all its strength the twelve beats of noon suddenly starts up and asks himself: "what really was that which just struck?" so we sometimes rub our ears afterward and ask, utterly surprised and disconcerted, "what really was that which we have just experienced?" and moreover: "who are we really?" and, afterward as aforesaid, count the twelve trembling bell-strokes of our experience, our life, our being—and alas! miscount them.—So we are necessarily strangers to ourselves, we do not comprehend ourselves, we have to misunderstand ourselves, for us the law "Each is furthest from himself" applies to all eternity—we are not "men of knowledge" with respect to ourselves.
- Producer02/08/2017How To Get Lost In The City Of Bridges.First published in the Arabian Airlines in - flight magazine July 2017. There will always be days in Venice when tourists seem to outnumber locals by at least two to one, especially in July and August. But, don't let the crowds daunt you... they...
Comments05/08/2017 #24 Paul Walters#23 @Dean Owen The temptation was avoided... Its a little passe now I feel. My long 3 month sojourn is over and I am back in Bali. 31 flights, 9 countries and more hotel beds than I could count. Now the tedious times of scribbling pieces for all those mags that paid me to go there!! Thanks once again for stopping by and next time in Venice do try the Tiramisu !!!05/08/2017 #23 Dean OwenHow refreshing! An article on Venice that doesn't mention sipping those delightful Bellinis at Harry's Bar. One of the last converstations I had with my father was him trying to pursuade me to order dessert when I was full. "How about some Tiramisu, you like Tiramisu don't you? It's Japanese...."03/08/2017 #15 Jerry FletcherPaul, you have described the city of dreams marvelously well. One of my favorite photos is at a table along a canal at mid afternoon. You can see a slower almost melodic place behind. But what make that photo so memory inducing is the fact the we got lost and decided to let chance be our guide which led us to this family owned gem of a cafe. It had been in the family for generations but now they had to commute to keep it open yet they were wonderfully friendly.02/08/2017 #13 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Paul Walters- as I have visited Venice lately you are so accurate in describing Venice. I concur fully with you that visiting it bring lasting memories. My wife says that we must return to Venice and I don't blame her. You reminded me of this great city and its unique life style. You also reminded me of my visit there to the glass factory and how Venetians have mastered this art. To bring back great memories is a gift that you are endowed with.02/08/2017 #12 CityVP 🐝 ManjitYou happen to follow up Barcelona with Venice, now you are teasing :-)
Instead of the T-Shirt this time, it is the Giant Suitcase see http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37963136 View moreYou happen to follow up Barcelona with Venice, now you are teasing :-)
Instead of the T-Shirt this time, it is the Giant Suitcase see http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37963136
Of all the cities in the world you have picked the two that are now engaging a tourist backlash, especially Venice which involves the tourist equivalent of gentrification.
The local yokels should also be concerned about global warming with the fear of Venice one day being underwater
Your buzz shows that it is still a beautiful city, though at a personal level I used to hate walking down the Grand Union Canal in London, and that was not a networked street of canals. I am not at all an amphibian creature, though my brother did go to Venice for his honeymoon and took his wife on the Gondolas and all the other romantic things one can do before whisking her way to the Swiss Alps. My misses, not so lucky :-)
He was planning to go back to Venice as a rekindling of his honeymoon but his friends told him to hold onto his original memories, that the Venice he honeymooned in is now a more different Venice. Looks like the scaremongers are everywhere now :-) Close02/08/2017 #11 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee"Venice is a city of magical dreams and after you depart is a place that will stay with you long after you have reluctantly left." I know with Florence, buildings were eventually constructed of stone because every six months, Florence burnt to the ground. Is it the same in Venice, @Paul Walters? I wrote my first real fiction piece staged in 14th century Florence. I've always wanted to visit it.02/08/2017 #6 Ian WeinbergOnce again @Paul Walters a masterly scribed ode to a remarkable destination. I would just add a footnote: July may not be the best time to visit. Being more in the peasant class of tourism, our lasting memories of our visit in July 2 years ago include hot, sweaty, smelly and over-crowded alleyways with humanity scrumming down to force a way to the next destination!02/08/2017 #5 Paul Walters#4 @Don 🐝 Kerr Hi Don, The BIG trip is coming to an end and tomorrow I leave London for Bali....sigh! Its been a bit of an epic journey across three continents in three month and me with a broken foot! . By all means have your friend contact me I would be delighted to show her around. She could e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 27/07/2017Esperanza Spalding - What A Wonderful World 🎶What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong cover) Esperanza Spalding Jimmy Heath live 2012 Lyrics vocals & bass: Esperanza Spalding sax: Jimmy Heath piano: Danilo Pérez drums: Vinnie...
- 22/07/2017Deacon Frey has debuted for the new Eagles lineup live in concert at Dodger Stadium as part of the Classic West shows featuring other bands like Steely Dan and Fleetwood Mac. Replacing his late father in the fabled band the young man stepped easily into those very big shoes looking and sounding uncannily like Glen circa '74.
Most commentators said 24 year old Deacon looked liked the seasoned pro whilst Walsh and Henley looked a bit "creaky" out there ! @Praveen Raj Gullepalli @Antonio L Rodríguez del PozoWatch "Deacon Frey" Fill in for his late father as "The Eagles" rock Dodger Stadium 24 Year old Deacon Frey fills in his late fathers shoes, filling in for co-founding member, Glen Frey, fronting The Eagles at The Classic West, Dodger...
- Producer27/07/2016Martos, Jaén (España) ¿Por qué no ver las Perseidas en una Reserva Starlight?Qué es el turismo astronómico El astroturismo o turismo de estrellas es un tipo de viaje que cada vez está más demandado gracias al hechizo que la observación del universo produce en los aficionados a la astronomía y los neófitos en la materia. ...
Comments18/07/2017 #9 CityVP 🐝 ManjitA delightful place. And to think that we can certify starlight, makes it worth a wait for blackout on a starry night - though in our Western digitally fed corner of the world, the chance to see stars in their natural dimension will soon be dimmed by people coming out with their light displaying cell-phones trying to take pictures of it.16/08/2016 #7 Antonio José Veas ArteserosEnhorabuena por tu pueblo Maria Paz...¡¡ es todo un lujo poder contemplar la cúpula celeste sin tener que coger el coche buscando parajes sin contaminación lumínica, como es nuestro caso en Murcia capital. Nos costó trabajo encontrar el paraje ideal para disfrutar de las estrellas en la Sierra de Lavia, a unos 80km de la ciudad, con pequeñas colinas que no sacrifican apenas el horizonte. En algún punto más cercano se pueden ver algunas constelaciones, pero nada comparable. Lo dicho..sana envidia astronómica de tu Pueblo..¡¡¡¡ un saludo¡¡27/07/2016 #5 Pedro🐝 Gómez#3 Si, Maria Paz, he ido mucho por temas profesionales (industria farmacéutica)...desde pediatras, medicos generales y últimamente psiquiatras en la Fuente...desde el 91 he ido con frecuencia...bueno y por toda la maravillosa provincia de Jaén, que tiene maravillas para recomendarselas a todo el mundo. Tienes un bonito pueblo, así que puedes estar orgullosa de él, de sus gentes y seguir haciendo patria, porque lo merece. un saludo.27/07/2016 #4 Paz🐝 Hueso Luque#2 Cierto!!!Todo en uno, una visita completa porque mi pueblo es único!!!Puedes hacer un recorrido fabuloso por su casco histórico, hacer una degustación de sus tapitas y de su inigualable aceite y por la noche, estar en un enclave único y singular para observar el firmamento sin contaminación lumínica...Qué más se puede pedir?
- 17/07/2017My Bookshelf...as my Bee friends and followers might expect it's dominated by musical and entertainment biographies..interspersed with some leadership and business bios of course.What's on your Bookshelf dear Bees?
Comments17/07/2017 #6 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA#5 My all time favorite artist @kevin.The family moved to Winnipeg when Neil was a teen and that's where he started his first bands.Interestingly Winnipeg was also the place where Randy Bachmann (of Bachmann Turner Overdrive fame) also cut his musical chops.
- Producer16/07/2017The Surrender ExperimentTwo years ago, I read a book that brought me to the exact place I am today. In a round-about way. In the way that it set the stage for giving me a framework for letting life unfold. I did my very best to not let fear guide my decisions and try to...
Comments18/07/2017 #15 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#13 Thanks for all that you are! I am pretty clear that what I am trying to solve for is stepping into my now, untethered.
I feel the freedom of where I am at, but catch myself evaluating now through those old, perceptual lens and this process has been one of confronting these thoughts and choices as they arise again and again.
I'm only glancing back when the now is perplexing, so that I don't get swallowed by the undertow that washed me up on this isolated, unsustainable shore. Resurfacing the wrong navigation is the key to diving back in facing forward to swim to a hospitable patch of ground to explore.18/07/2017 #14 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorI like this thought, Deb, because so many times, I find myself being impatient and fretting over things that eventually resolve themselves. "So again, this midsummer Saturday night, I state to myself that I surrender. I am not going to waste precious moments of life fretting over circumstances that I know will resolve in the fullness of time."18/07/2017 #13 Cyndi wilkins#7 You are being called to nurture yourself love...focus on that...The fact that you wake up every morning and can move about the world around you under your own power...find new places of experience...'unplugged' and in nature...she whispers, so you must be still and listen...really listen.
You are not here to heal others...you are here to heal yourself...so stop looking back...you are not that person anymore. It is time now, for something new emerge in your life...but it can only happen if you keep moving forward;-) Love ya!18/07/2017 #12 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#11 You are quite right, it doesn't have to be harsh, and I can see what delighted you and Cyndi with this turn of phrase - it speaks of integration and balance and that is a magnificent state to exist it.
But I got isolated in my thinking equipment, to the atrophy of my feeling equipment and facing this damage, these perceptual bars of imprisonment, is right now a speed bump on my road to surrender.18/07/2017 #11 Anonymous#10 Does it have to be harsh? Says who? Is Universal Flow found only one way, or is the way Truly your way? You're already there, here we are. Self compassion is a good tool I have experienced en route, and guess what; I care about you! Some connections seem so timeless sometimes. I applaud your daring.18/07/2017 #10 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#6 I went full-on OTT in my #7.... I meant think-feel in a harsh, emotionally-stilted way. Bargaining the terms of my surrender is what only a person who thinks their way into universal flow would do. I may just get there, but I will have exhausted myself in the process. When the actual surrenders I have experienced have meant a wellspring of energy, revving to flow.18/07/2017 #7 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#3 It's challenging. I was going to say funny, cause that is the socially accepted way to say I feel misunderstood, but I am being as accurate as possible these days :)
I gotta squint until my whole head hurts to see what you've just described in my words.
Because I feel intense pain. Lack. A life without anyone to ever honor my feelings accurately.
I only learned to think-feel because in my developmental years no one cared enough to listen to my feelings - full stop. In order to have a minuscule chance to express myself, I had to create a perfect argument. Which basically went unlistened to outside my mind.
In this moment of weakness, it feels like I am surrendering wrong, because even when I dive into helping with everything I have, I am not truly wanted, as I am. I truly believe, though I show up with some peculiarities, most assuredly, that my intent has been to help from my wide open heart.
I wrote this to encourage myself, it is what I think, and yet, still, I am committing lies of omission about my feelings.
My soul is tethered to a feeling of only having a tiny bit of surrender left.
Immediately my thinking equipment mocks my heart by saying, why are you surprised you have to surrender it all? And why do you believe you can determine the terms of your surrender? And how come you dare to want someone to care for you in your life?17/07/2017 #3 Cyndi wilkinsI love that you are a 'think-feel' person...So many of us have been desensitized by our struggles that we forget what it is like to just show up in our own lives...we lose precious moments focusing on the things we don't have instead of what is right in front of us. You've come full circle my friend...going places that angels fear to tread...I think that qualify's as a Masters''s Degree;-)
- 13/07/2017My be Bee followers will know by now just how highly I rate the late Scottish musician Gerry Rafferty (1947-2011) in the pantheon of rock music. Poet.Singer.Songwriter.Genius.The unsung Dylan.Legend in his time.This is from his little known 1988 album NORTH AND SOUTH.Can we give it up for the sublime music of Mr. Gerry Rafferty?Gerry Rafferty Moonlight & Gold (1988) from North & South Another Top quality ong from Gerry's 5th solo Album. The video is timelapse photography of A lunar & a solar...
Comments14/07/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 ManjitBaker Street will be his timeless classic. I was saddened by his passing and what is remarkable that it feels like it was like it was yesterday, but you remind me that it has been 3 years since the world lost this utterly genius and joyful man. Thanks for tagging Moonlight U& Gold, I absolutely love his unique voice and fully reiterate your own accolades.
- 12/07/2017“The foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love and loyalty.”
― Zig Ziglarimage-store.slidesharecdn.com
- Producer12/07/2017Our Last Love SongOur Last Love SongMrs-WhiteThis image is harsh on the emotions. Or is it the addition of the title which helps to nail its impact? I felt like I'd been thumped when I first laid eyes on this picture, although there was probably more than a little...
Comments12/07/2017 #5 Rowan Leigh#1 That would have been a considerably better title, but one I would not have ever come up with myself. I almost wanted to look more closely at the possible interpretation of him looking at his shadow...there was probably a message in there somewhere. Thanks, Chas, I hope to be around a little more often.
- Producer09/07/2017El lenguaje matemático del conocimientoLa lectura de “ El asesinato de Pitágoras” de Marcos Chicot, me está fascinando , a medida que me adentro más y más entre sus páginas. Además de proporcionarnos un intenso recorrido por la Grecia del genio matemático, Pitágoras de Samos...
Comments15/07/2017 #12 Yolanda Ávila MárquezEste tema es fascinante. Películas como 'El hombre que conocía el infinito' (hay otras muchas) o documentales como 'The Code' https://goo.gl/JH1mt8 View moreEste tema es fascinante. Películas como 'El hombre que conocía el infinito' (hay otras muchas) o documentales como 'The Code' https://goo.gl/JH1mt8 no sólo muestran la belleza de las matemáticas sino que dejan claro que estas son el lenguaje del Universo y que la vida está llena de patrones. Un saludo. Close09/07/2017 #3 Carmen 🐝 Juanes LuisApasionante la escuela pitagorórica y los números @Paz🐝 Hueso Luque. Mi corazón contable ha sucumbido al leer el nombre de Fray Luca Pacioli al tiempo que daba un paseito a través de la historia de la mano del pentagrama. Enhorabuena, ficción, realidad, historia, religión y arte envueltos en la magia de los números.
- 10/07/2017Sunset in Paphos, Cyprus @Gert Scholtz @🐝 Fatima G. Williams @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher