How Pure Humans Can Be?

How Pure Humans Can Be?

Human bodies are mostly water. This is the paradox: to be very pure is to be impure! Water being a powerful solvent may dissolve many solutes and it is very unlikely to find it in complete purity. What goes in water affects its quality and then does the quality of water in our bodies determine our quality as humans? What do we make available for water to dissolve is not completely beyond our control. This way water could become a strong indicator of who we are.
Water flows in rivers. It dissolves many substances. However; it is our behaviors that may deteriorate the quality of water. We dump wastes in rivers and even some intoxicating materials. I guess that people who don't care for keeping the waters of rivers clean are the same people who don't care to keep water running in their bodies clean.

It is not only the waters that we contaminate. Information flow is like water flow. Apparently, information too has a great "dissolving power". We contaminate information by throwing toxic information, rumors, false information and bias. I doubt if those people who don't care for the purity in their bodies would care for the purity of flowing information like a river. We may opt to pollute the waters of rivers and ignore the fact that this water goes for irrigating plants or as a source of drinking water for animals. Humans end up consuming plants and animals. If these are contaminated then we become guilty of intoxicating ourselves. This is similar to intoxicating information because we end up consuming this information.

How Pure Humans Can Be?

Impure water forms bubbles even in still water. This is mostly because water has some soapy contaminants in it. If you blow air in a glass filled with this water the soap will tend to form bubbles in the presence of the blown air. The greater the amount of the soapy material, the larger and more durable the bubbles are. You can even notice this in human urine. Normally, the urine shouldn't show bubbles. If the urine has a high protein (soap-like materials) the urine becomes foamy. This isn't a healthy sign and may be a good reason to go and see a doctor.

We see bubble formation in the stock markets. Are we releasing soapy information so that the bubbles form and do we need to pay more attention to the urine-like behaviors of investors?

One more point is that we call for staying in the flow. Be in the flow and relax. But what if the flow is contaminated? Do we still be better off to stay in the flow? I think this point is worthy of your comments.

Just a final note- if you want to imagine the flow of information like the flow of water then how about using a different metaphor? Sand shows tendencyo flow like water. Sand grains don't stick together whereas water molecules tend to bond to each other; yet both of water and sand show similar flow patterns. To stay in the flow is a great idea- but is it the same to stay in a sand flow?




How about bees? Bees prefer water with some growth in it. These way bees find the water easily to drink from. Sometimes the growth has bad smells and still attracts bees to water. The bees drink from it to produce honey for us to consume. Convenience of identification a water source is more than offset the bad small of water. Is it then our convenience to eat polluted honey?


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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#42
And another bravo CityVP Manjit for writing "it should be called impurity care". Very true

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #31

#42
Bravo CityVP Manjit. I would love to see this on any leaderships' platform.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#47
May be then this is a pink cow!!!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#42
Dear CityVP Manjit- your example "we could be reading ways of reducing cancer risk while sitting on a chair that is made flame retardant with a carcinogenic compound" says it all. Even worse, the food we eat and the water we drink sometimes are not of better quality than the chairs we sit on.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#40
Anything we can do Gerald Hecht? Any suggestions?

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#35
Dear Cyndi wilkins- totally absorbing comment and you hit the nail on the head by saying "Unfortunately, most of the toxic material we are fed is strategically planted in our hearts and minds via the media". The flow of disturbing and horrible news is incessant. Yes, we pollute our minds and hearts and then expect to think and act wisely. I do hope that you expand on your comment into a full-fledged buzz. It is worthy.

CityVP Manjit

CityVP Manjit

4 years ago #26

#38
I wish the cycle of life was simple as nature feeding healthcare, healthcare feeding quality of life, quality of life feeding nature but it is not. Once we break any cycle with unnatural motive, we have learned how to make nature work for us rather than us battle nature. The irony then is that we could be reading ways of reducing cancer risk while sitting on a chair that is made flame retardant with a carcinogenic compound - never mind the food we eat and the water we drink, the dust we breath in addition eventually needs us to invest in healthcare - and if we have to invest in cure rather than prevention, then we should not be calling this healthcare, it should be called impurity care. We should marvel at nature has given us bodily defenses, but not be ignorant enough to erode those defenses, such as lowering our immune system because "impurity care" says everything in life can be fixed with either a drug or a hospital visit. The unnatural hurts us at the psychological, spiritual and biological level when we are out of flow. In life we are water, in death we are sand.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #25

Absolutely Irene Hackett..." We must learn to know what energies we are feeding!" I recommend feeding the "Good Wolf."

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #24

#32
Another thought provoking statement that only you can write, CityVP Manjit, "...the machinery that nature designed within us is of pure motive, anything beyond that is a man-made construct which we judge rather than appreciate."

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #23

What we feed our minds is just as important as what we feed our bodies...Unfortunately, most of the toxic material we are fed is strategically planted in our hearts and minds via the media. Just watch the news if you can stomach the plethora of bile that we are constantly being spoon fed on a daily basis. Radical hatred is running rampant in our world, polluting the ocean of our collective consciousness. We continue to be divided by the forces of government and have been duped into believing it is all within our best interest. We couldn't be more wrong...The evidence is all around us and it is staggering to say the least. Fear and mistrust have been drilled into our heads from the moment of our arrival...It is time for us to develop new ways of thinking and adopt a more "holistic" approach to living...By working from within and basing our decisions on what we feel in our hearts to be true, (yes, the heart is where the truth resides) brings us ever closer to the collaborative efforts necessary to find peaceful solutions to our conflicts. Another beautiful article Ali Ali Anani...Thank you;-)

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#32
Dear CityVP Manjit will equally enjoy your comment, dear Manjit.

CityVP Manjit

CityVP Manjit

4 years ago #21

I am very conscious of words like purity and contamination because the human race has used these words to justify terrible things to other human beings. Where I take this buzz for my own appreciation is the organic machinery within us. Despite the metaphorical abuse externally and the biological abuse internally, what I marvel about here is the extraordinary internal resilience of what we subject our own bodies to and the surprise that our body does not breakdown or dissolve into ill health much sooner. A good filtration process sifts waste from water, which is different from the eroding power of water to turn rock into sand. First I pay respects to the resilience of design that nature created internally within us, which has its own internal filtration. It does not serve me to resort to the usual piss and shit analogies which we use to describe the worst of life. Very few of us study our own waste products with a determined attitude to use that insight for health decisions, instead we are actually expressing our frustration that society either does not understand the flow of life, or worse really isn't interested in improving the flow of life. Even at the level of honey there is no focus on the flow of life, with mass production of honey the human race turns into accomplices of thieves, who steal honey and replace it with sugar water and then destroy that honey through industrial processes so we can buy stuff that maintains our desire as consumers. When we understand these things intellectually but it does not lead to practical transformation, then there is this idea of purity gone right there, at least the machinery that nature designed within us is of pure motive, anything beyond that is a man-made construct which we judge rather than appreciate.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#29
There is so much to add on the flow of sand dear sister Irene Irene Hackett. The flow of sand and unlike water depends on the grain size. Sand tends to increase in volume under shear stress if moist. Yes, the flow of water and sand aren't mirror images of each other. Therefore your writing "with the flow of sand representing a collective, intermittent shift of movement caused by something else eroding but perhaps coming to an end at some point in time, whereas water represents a collective continuous movement, the eternal essence of life" is simply subtle. Reading your buzzes and comments need deep thinking and pausing without any question asked.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#28
Dear sister Irene Hackett- amazing is how your mind absorbs buzzes. Your writing " In order to "relax in the flow", it becomes critical to our growth to develop the ability to recognize the contamination, the toxicity - to become mindfully aware of our true selves and the water we find ourselves flowing". The paradox here is that when I read a comment by you I don't feel the duality of separateness and oneness as I feel only with oneness.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#26
The paradox of full moon and busy work is interesting Lisa Gallagher. I prefer too not be a waliwalking bubble, but our sounds do. Yes, drinking water and enough of it is a must for healthy bodies. It is the purity of water that we strive at, but how pure is it? A must need that we can't and don't keep with.

Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

4 years ago #17

I like your approach Ali Anani, water can be pure or toxic both inside the body and outside of the body. I'm sure we could all use a good 'cleansing' on occasion or be more mindful so we don't need that cleansing too often. I'd prefer not to be a walking a bubble ;-) I remember when I worked at the hospital, we always dreaded the full moon. Some people thought it was a fallacy but honestly, the ER was always full of the strangest patients and issues on the night of a full moon. Even the ER doc's would admit, 'Well tonight's a full moon, so we are going to be extra busy." And what about drinking the right amount of water? That is supposed to be healthy and cleansing too, right? I had to be mindful of that because I wasn't drinking enough of it.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

I hope we don't have "water wars" and that shall be the most degrading to our water qualities. Yes, we need to respect water for it to respect us. We need water much more than water needs us.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

I like your integrated approach dear Praveen Raj Gullepalli. Yes, and when we affect water we affect everything else. Acid rain is one example of what we do on a small scale that may result in global scale. The wind carries the acid rain and where it falls it causes great harm. We live with the growing realization that the Greenhouse Effect is affecting the global balance, marine environments, salting of some waters, stressing of stress and the chain continues. Some gases dissolve in water and out toxic gases or their products may end up in our waters. Look at detergents and what they did to marine bodies. I fully agree with you and that what starts in water in a localized area might end up with devastating effects somewhere else. Our world is like bodies when many feedback loops.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#20
I would say part of each and more Aurorasa Sima. For example, people who live next to smelly water lose their sense of the smell. I asked few workers who smell benzen in gas stations if they don't smell benzene and quite often they didn't. If you cook I wonder if sometimes you noticed that you no more could smell what you were cooking. When a guest walks in she ways "what a lovely smell". It happens for good smells and for bad smells. We say something smells bad to me, but when we hear the same thing frequently we stop saying that. In the stock market we see this recur. In part, and without noticing it, we may allow toxins in for we don't even know they existed because we don't smell or notice them.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#18
As your good words flow dear Mohammad Azam Khan

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#14
Great dear Deb Lange. BTW when do I expect t read the wonderful book? You know which book I mean

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Dear Deb Lange- The Beautiful mind- was the one who referred to the space-time dimensions in her comments below and I have no doubt shall shall enjoy your link as well. I picked the following from he link and I hope readers of this buzz would read the link as well. Water is the time and space understood by Mother Earth as she holds the womb of all creation within her: oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, creeks, streams, rains, floods, waves, humidity, wetness, dampness, hurricanes, tornadoes, rainbows, and the teardrops of babies.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#11
This time my expectation was correct Sara Jacobovici, even though I have another expectation now. I expect a buzz from you soon on this paradox. I might be wrong, but your writing "What I experienced was more in the "flow of transformations"; the process of what takes place to enable the transformation from purity and impurity and back again". Who has the answer to my expectation: it is only you.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #9

#10
Dear Ali Anani, you see things about me that I don't. I had to stop and think now why I didn't see the paradox in "to be very pure is to be impure!" I will try now to put into words the result of this challenge. If you look at the state of purity and impurity separately and then bring them together as you did, for sure, you have created a paradox. What I experienced was more in the "flow of transformations"; the process of what takes place to enable the transformation from purity and impurity and back again. Especially when you write, "Water being a powerful solvent may dissolve many solutes and it is very unlikely to find it in complete purity. What goes in water affects its quality and then does the quality of water in our bodies determine our quality as humans? " This is a work unto itself.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#8
It is challenging to respond to your comments dear Sara Jacobovici. You extract the main points, build on them and add your own and sound perspective. One clear example is your writing "when discussing the flow or movement of sand and water. This reinforces our life flow; movement (space) and momentum (time). Absolutely, and how different materials do this differently. It is no secret that I chose the background image of this buzz to show sand and water sharing almost the same place, but their space-time go into different destinies. One point- as the "Lady of Beautiful Mind and Paradoxes" I failed in one expectation. I wrote right at the beginning " This is the paradox: to be very pure is to be impure!" I expected that you would jump on this wagon, but you didn't. It is good not to be always able to predict. A new paradox emerges. If we expect everything correctly then life shall have no surprises. You surprised me wonderfully

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Sara Jacobovici- the way you read the authors' minds and expand on them with admirable simplicity and yet with profound depth is amazing. This is evidenced in your writing "You are giving us ways to open our eyes to signs that will allow us to measure the quality of water (internally and externally) and information (incoming and outgoing)". Simply, I couldn't say it better. If we can't keep ourselves clean from inside we shall not care to keep the outside environment clean as well. To be able to offer what we don't have is simple an illusion.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #6

Part 2/2 Another part of your Buzz that is leaving its mark is the similarities you make when discussing the flow or movement of sand and water. This reinforces our life flow; movement (space) and momentum (time). But it is the comparison you make when you write, "Sand grains don't stick together whereas water molecules tend to bond to each other.", that has left its "imprint". I can't get over the duality of this; separateness and bonding. The sand is the result of erosion and produces a material that is then returned to either provide an environment for other life forms or as part of the formation of materials humans use in our environment (glass and bricks). Water has a life forming potential and is necessary to sustain it. As you say, both "water and sand show similar flow patterns"; they both come from and return to nature. but it is the bonding of the water molecules that form life. Thank you Ali Anani for your life giving work.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #5

Part 1/2 Thank you Ali Anani for your bringing so much information to light. You not only teach your readers about the world we live in, you also make us conscious of the role we play in this world and how we are connected (whether we like it or not) to all aspects of this world we live in. First, let me say that you have given an, what I consider, old and tired, expression, β€œWhat goes around comes around”, a new perspective when you say, " Humans end up consuming plants and animals. If these are contaminated then we become guilty of intoxicating ourselves." There is another expression, "Ignorance is bliss." You take us out of the "bliss" by making us face the facts; we can't afford to be ignorant because it is destructive. And that is why your connection between water and information is so important. You are giving us ways to open our eyes to signs that will allow us to measure the quality of water (internally and externally) and information (incoming and outgoing).

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

SOmetimes the white bubbles reflect light and the bubbles become visible Deb Lange. White lies and white bubbles - I like this analogy. Yes, we do manipulate the info and make even sand-like bubbles. You know people from beBee started using my info to send me very dubious business offers. A very bad example of people with honey-like offers. I see bubbles coming out from their offers.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#3
My friend David Navarro L\u00f3pez- there are what I call singing comments- they voice intelligence, they speak wisdom, they explain difficult issues with simplicity and they are eloquent. Like pure water your comment is with all its dimensions. Truly, I am afraid if I talk too much I might contaminate it.

David Navarro LΓ³pez

David Navarro LΓ³pez

4 years ago #2

Your clever metaphors make always grow many questions and further thinking, my dear Ali Anani . A subliminal message I found out: We are the main responsible for contaminating, whether in nature, our lives, the information we process, or in business. Yet, contaminating can be unconsciously or consciously done, and if the last, it could be done by having wrong assumptions, or in its worse option, really on purpose to achieve the evil. In any of the mentioned cases, the wise thing to do is, as you mention, "The greater the amount of the soapy material, the larger and more durable the bubbles are." Sometimes contamination is disguised as something else, or simply invisible to our eyes, but the effect it does, like bubbles, or odour, can give us a hint. A Spanish saying says, "you can not expect pears coming from an elm", so it is wise to distrust any disguised "good purposes" coming from anyone who normally is "toxic". On the contrary, if someone uses to be beneficial to our "waters", we should take it positively in the first place if the doubt appears.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
Yes, i my next buzz I plan to show how both water and sand form bubbles. This may offer an explanation for singing sand, which is still puzzling us. So, I appreciate greatly your pointing out this observation on the flow of sand and water and other relevant points dear debasish majumder

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