Savvy Raj in beBee in English, Creative and Media Professionals, English Member • International Dance Council UNESCO Jan 20, 2020 · 1 min read · 6.8K

Birthing ideas…


Birthing ideas…


A beautiful and insightful post on the Germination of Ideas by  @Ali Anani brought me to spring forth with some of my reflections.

Birthing ideas…

Ideas find their own way to germinate
At times they stay dormant almost invisible and untraceable.
And sometimes they emerge out of nowhere
As if they have a mind all their own.

So whether there are plenty of ideas or one is at times starved of ideas.
It matters not where they originated from… the mind or heart spaces.
But it matters what path they take how they are applied?
What seeds did they sprout in the emergence?

And yet, an idea that remains undeveloped, unappreciated today becomes a genius breakthrough someday.


On too much and too less

Too much of liberty and free will
At times may lead to aimless explorations and confusions.
Too less freedom leads to slavery and subjugation.
Too much thinking can create stress and be overwhelming
Too many ideas can be hard to contain.
Too little fodder for thoughts leads to bland existence.
It’s our choice actually…
Are we to live or simply exist?

Is there a paradox of enrichment?

Is overdoing a crime
To answer this, I ask
Is there bad in the good and good in the bad?
Too much of anything will lose its charm and character.
Appreciation declines and contentment reduces.

As it all turns to excess!


So I believe in equanimity that comes in finding equilibrium
Moderation is the key.
Too much sadness is unbearable
Too much happiness may lead to wanting something more.
For in too much of the good times
Values are lost and things are taken for granted.

Let there be a balance
In thoughts words and deeds
So there is neither depression of deprivations
Nor extravagance in enrichments.

Guess like ideas find their way to shoot in suitable time in time.

Like life itself, ideas also know how to balance and counterbalance themselves in life and living.

Life itself is a great idea after all!

What say, aren’t you one?

Savvy



Savvy Raj Jan 27, 2020 · #21

#11 Thank you Mohammed Abdul Jawad  for your kind appreciation. 

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Savvy Raj Jan 27, 2020 · #20

#15 Thank you for your thoughtful  insights Fay💕 . 

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Fay Vietmeier Jan 24, 2020 · #19

#18 @John Rylance
Your thinking is brightly aligned with that of Albert Einstein:
"The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere"

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John Rylance Jan 23, 2020 · #18

#15 Fay, yes and along with the "soil" of the heart, you need a fertile mind/imagination.

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Fay Vietmeier Jan 22, 2020 · #17

#16 @Pascal Derrien
Thanks for the LAUGH Pascal ;~)

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Pascal Derrien Jan 22, 2020 · #16

#15 oh yeah I am a goof 😉

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Fay Vietmeier Jan 22, 2020 · #15

#8 @Kevin Baker ... "we crave to be balanced & when balanced crave to be extreme" ... what a great insight about human nature & our inability to be content ...
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@John Rylance ... I think both nature & nurture ... and "good soil" (of the heart) will determine growth & outcomes
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@Pascal Derrien ... you are a "G" ;~)
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@Savvy Raj ... what a great title "Birthing ideas" ... I like the concept of balance in your thoughts ... balance optimizes outcomes for ideas .. and outcomes in LIFE ;~)

Ideas find their own way to germinate
At times they stay dormant almost invisible and untraceable.
And sometimes they emerge out of nowhere
As if they have a mind all their own.

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Savvy Raj Jan 21, 2020 · #14

#7 Dear Franci that's quite a compliment. Thank you very much. Wishing  you  and all here a wonderful  year  full of great ideas and accomplishments. 

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