Dr. Allen Brown en Directors and Executives, beBee in English, Social Media President • Flash Back Academy 3/7/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 1,3K

Why Wait Until They Die

Why Wait Until They DieWhen I first heard the story of Joan of Arc, I was movied for many reasons. A young woman who heard her calling and despite what others had to say. In spite those who thought she was crazy. Some said it behind her back and others said it to her face. She saw injustice and stayed committed to her faith and lead a nation. 

I bring this to you because in our mist we have in our modern time a living modern day Joan of Arc by way of Dr. Margaret ArandaWhy Wait Until They DieTo often we wait until someone dies before we pay our respects or honor their work. I have had the pleasure or should I say the honor of speaking to her on many occasions and what I witnessed each time is a passion and commitment rarely see in the world today. Why Wait Until They DieThe word is her sword.

There is no secret that I have an agenda to get people off the streets and to provide training marketable training in as many countries as I can. I just want you folk to know that being part of the hive I have met some remarkable people like Dr. Aranda. Such Brian Mckenzie who made a heart felt gesture that I wanted to share with you. 

He said and I quote: Although I have no cash for the event (living in a third world will do that) I would be happy to contribute my time, experience and expertise to your efforts to help Vets and change their lives. All the best, Brian.

I cannot end this post with our mentioning Selim Yeniceri a real warrior. Why Wait Until They Die

Why wait until they die. Give a shout out to someone while they are still here. If we respect who they are and what the stand for why not give a shout out. 

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#8 Oh my sweet @Ali Anani, you're going to make me cry.

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#7 To get the maximum work we need to go into infinitesimal steps. This is what I call "The Law of Integration". So, when you write my friend @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD "Best to live minute-by-minute, conscious of each micro-action" I tend to agree because this this how we make then the maximum of time. I wonder then Margaret who is the mentor- you or I?

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#6 ...yes, @Selim Yeniçeri and we are also reminded that 'to whom much is given, much is expected.' Best to live minute-by-minute, conscious of each micro-action. It is @Ali Anani who teaches me of the fractals of thinking, most gratefully.

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Selim Yeniçeri 5/7/2016 · #6

#5 Actually you mentioned about something that I'm always aware of, @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. I always say that one of the strangest, the most mystic, and the most mysterious aspects of being an artist or a thinker is that you can never know whose life you touch with your words, your music, or your art. You my not know it, but what you do, or what you say can change or save lives. Or opposite. So one should always be careful about the message given.

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#4 @Selim Yeniçeri:....and you are my equal, personified more vibrantly in staunch power, my "John of Arc." Let it be so, and let us conquer the world of the voiceless, the invisible, the destitute, and let that remain so natural that we never really realize what we are doing. We seem to be 'awakened' only when someone of sweet experience and implicit knowledge like @Dr. Allen Brown reverberates with us, and vice versa. The GrassrootsTalks Radio Show is our Sword, going out to all the world, far more than we know. We shall remain diligent.

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Selim Yeniçeri 5/7/2016 · #4

I've been told a lot of good things about my art and work throughout my entire life, but never felt so humbled. All I can say is "Thank you!" @Dr. Allen Brown. And yes, I always loved this character, and I'm in love with the embodied one in this age, @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD.

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@Dr. Allen Brown, @Selim Yeniçeri, @Brian McKenzie: WoW. How silent I am, never thinking this would ever come up in my lifetime. Words are insufficient. I am just humbled. How did you know that Joan of Arc is my female hero? Wow. 🗝 You invisibly unlocked my deepest recess in my heart. 🗝

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debasish majumder 3/7/2016 · #2

lovely post @Dr. Allen Brown. enjoyed read. thank you very much for sharing the post.

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