Invitation to Angert Creative Suites; The Movie

copyright © 2010 Betsy L. Angert.  BeThink.org

I, Betsy L. Angert, wish to extend an invitation.  The honor of your presence is requested at AngertCreativeSuites.info. The pages comprise my portfolio.  There is no obligation to attend.  Not a single event is being held at the site.  The cost is free.  The dress, casual, formal, even a partially clad person will be welcome.   You choose.  This party, my portfolio asks only that you come as you are.  If you decide to delay a visit or never travel through the portal, all will be fine.  Curiosity is all that you might wish to bring.

Within the world-wide-web Angert Creative Suites is as a grain of sand. It stands still.  It is silent.  Yet, there is sound.  The energy of thoughts that gave birth to the portfolio may not necessarily be audible; nonetheless, these ensure that the pages are never stagnant.  The hope is that the musings will evoke emotion, empathy or a frosty feeling, either or neither.  Indifference is the only response that will cause the host concern.  However, that reaction will inspire me.

The waters within Angert Creative Suites run deep. Serenity sits on the surface.  It appears in the depths of this sea of work.  These analogies are likely a bit too abstract.  If you wish to know what might be found at Angert Creative Suites, please file through the folio. Watch the film unfold.  If perchance, you are intrigued, take the plunge.  Enter the portal known as AngertCreativeSuites.info






Be-Think

May I introduce the being and thinking behind this blog.  I am an educator, an author, and a student of life.

As a mentor, I massage learning; I facilitate discovery.  As a scholar, I endeavor to energize minds.  As an essayist, I explore.  As a pupil, I devour wisdom.  I am a person who consciously chooses not only to be; I choose to think.  I am as you are, on a path towards enlightenment.

As a person who thought to peruse a site titled “Be-Think,” you too may be interested in the essence of our being and thought.  Possibly, you probe in search of a treasure.  I believe that the most valuable riches are within us.  When we ponder our principles, as well as consider the insights of others, we grow wiser and more wondrous.  Our worth increases.  An individual open to expansive opportunities is precious and priceless.

It is my belief that our thoughts are the catalyst for our actions; for “As we think so shall we be.”  I wonder; What will we be?  Please explore with me, for  . . .

We know what we are, but know not what we may be.”

~ Shakespeare: Hamlet, IV, c. 1601

As we delve deeply, we might wish to acknowledge the paradox that is “people.”  Sadly, soooo much of what we think true is not what we say is sound.  What we profess to believe in principle is frequently contrary to what we claim is correct.  Our truest beliefs are often buried beneath the surface.  Few of us can proclaim to be consistent or knowledgeable when the subject is self.  Yet, most of us have faith that we are familiar with all the is outside our being.

Please muse with me for a moment.  How often do you say that you will succeed and yet you suspect that you will not?  Do you hear yourself speak optimistically while your inner self shouts out words of gloom and doom.  Have you spoken of yourself confidently, decidedly self-assured.  Perhaps, at the time you genuinely felt certain of who you were.  Then, seconds later, when alone with yourself, you discovered that you had no idea who you might be?  You realized, all that you trusted to be real, was but an illusion.  Once verifiable facts were, indeed, errors.

As you enter BeThink, please contemplate the term reality.  Reflect upon the notion that what we truly believe may be learned.  We are taught to think, to be, [to say, to do, to feel], and to believe as we do when we are very, very, very young, before we realize that there are other options.  Sadly, some of us never reflect and realize that the truth for others is as ours.  Each of us was told to honor a veracity.  Yet, these absolutes vary.  Hence, humans argue needlessly over actualities.  Perchance, that is why, BeThink exists.

Here, anyone can safely ponder.

In this site, opportunities are offered to open minds.  At BeThink, we acknowledge that facts are fluid.  We may know and yet, not understand all at once.  Hence, we come together here to stimulate thoughts that avail other options, alternatives beyond those that you, I, or we might have already imagined.  

Let us hope to travel beyond, to journey together, to take a trip that is never ending.  My desire is that our expedition is intellectually, emotionally, physiologically, psychologically, and spiritually expanding.

Mike Pinder, of the Moody Blues offers, as I believe.  In 1968, he wrote . . .

“Thinking is the best way to travel . . .”

~ From “In Search of the lost Chord”

While thinking is the best way to travel, at least it is for me, I know and have faith that what we accept, and what we do with our observations affects our being.  I offer a contemplation that changed me eternally.  I believe that it is one of the most meaningful expressions ever voiced.  

Horace Walpole; the father of the Gothic Novel.  He lived in the 16th century, yet, for me, his wisdom is timeless.  His male parent was the first Prime Minister of England and he himself was a Member of Parliament.  The Earl of Oxford writes . . .

“For those who think, life is a comedy.  

For those who feel, life is a tragedy.”


~ Horace Walpole [Father of Gothic Novels, Member of Parliament]

Might we smile, laugh, and look at the foolishness that is our lives.  For I believe that we all feel, and if we choose to think through the feelings, we will find such folly, funniness, and fun.  Therefore, I ask you to please tour with me, think, and be better, the best, and then even beyond!  For, as Nicolaus Copernicus states . . .

“To know that we know what we know,

and to know that we do not know what we do not know,?that is true knowledge.”


~ Nicolaus Copernicus  

[February 19, 1473 – May 24, 1543]

Astronomer, Mathematician; Proponent of Heliocentric Cosmic Model.

May your life be full and fulfilling. May [spiritual, emotional, intellectual, and conjointly physical] abundance be yours.  May we all Be and Think . . . Betsy

Be-Think ©


May I introduce the being and thinking behind this blog. I am an educator, an author, and a student of life.

As a mentor, I massage learning, facilitate discovery.  As a scholar, I endeavor to energize minds.  As an essayist, I explore.  As a pupil, I devour wisdom.  I am a person that chooses consciously not only to be; I choose to think.  I am as you are, traveling towards enlightenment.

As a person that is choosing to investigate a site titled “Be-Think,” you too may be interested in the value of being and thinking. Possibly, you are probing, searching for a treasure. I believe that the treasure of our being increases when we contemplate our own thoughts [as well as the thoughts of others.]

It is my belief that our thoughts are the catalyst for our actions; for "As we think so shall we be." I wonder, "What will we be? Please explore with me, for  . . .

We know what we are, but know not what we may be.

~ Shakespeare: Hamlet, IV, c. 1601

As we explore, we might acknowledge that, sadly, soooo much of what we think is not as we say, or even what we say that we believe. Our truest beliefs are buried beneath the surface. How often do you say that you will succeed and yet you suspect that you will not? How often do you find that while you state the affirmative, what you believe is less than? How often have you spoken of yourself as though you knew your self and then discovered that you did not? How often do you believe that you know what you yourself are thinking then, later discover that you were in error? You did not truly admit to yourself your own inner thoughts.

What we truly believe is learned. We learn to think, to be, [to say, to do, to feel], and to believe as we do when we are very, very, very young, before we realize that there are other options. Sadly, some of us never reflect and realize that the truth for others is what they learned to be true. Nor have we reflected and realized that this too is true of us.

In this site, I hope to offer opportunities, open minds, stimulate thoughts that avail other options, options beyond those that you, I, or we might already know. I hope to travel beyond, to travel together, to take us all on a trip that is never ending. My desire is that our expedition is intellectually, emotionally, physiologically, psychologically, and spiritually expanding.

Mike Pinder, of the Moody Blues offers, as I believe. In 1968 he wrote . . .
"Thinking is the best way to travel . . ."

From “In Search of the lost Chord”

While thinking is the best way to travel, at least it is for me, I know and trust that what we think and what we do with these thoughts affects our being. I offer a thought that affects me eternally. I believe that it is one of the most meaningful thoughts ever expressed. It is written by Horace Walpole; he is the father of the Gothic Novel. He lived in the 16th century, yet, for me, his wisdom is timeless. His father was the first Prime Minister of England and he himself was a Member of Parliament. He writes . . .

For those who think, life is a comedy.

For those who feel, life is a tragedy.


~ Horace Walpole [Father of Gothic Novels, Member of Parliament]

I believe that we all feel and if we choose to think through the feelings, we will find such folly, funniness, and fun. Therefore, I ask you to please journey with me, think, and be better, and better, the best, and then even beyond! For, as Copernicus states . . .

To know that we know what we know, and to know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.”

~ Nicolaus Copernicus  [February 19, 1473 – May 24, 1543]  Astronomer, Mathematician; Proponent of Heliocentric Cosmic Model.

Be-Think © [Typepad Original]

copyright © 2004 Betsy L. Angert

May I introduce the being and thinking behind this blog.  I am an educator, an author, and a student of life.

As a mentor, I massage learning, facilitate discovery.  As a scholar, I endeavor to energize minds.  As an essayist, I explore.  As a pupil, I devour wisdom.  I am a person who chooses consciously not only to be; I choose to think.  I am as you are, traveling towards enlightenment.

As a person who is choosing to investigate a site titled “Be-Think,” you too may be interested in the value of being and thinking. Possibly, you are probing, searching for a treasure. I believe that the treasure of our being increases when we contemplate our own thoughts [as well as the thoughts of others.]

It is my belief that our thoughts are the catalyst for our actions; for “As we think so shall we be.” I wonder, “What will we be?”  Please explore with me, for  . . .
We know what we are, but know not what we may be.
~ Shakespeare: Hamlet, IV, c. 1601

As we explore, we might acknowledge that, sadly, soooo much of what we think is not as we say, or even what we say that we believe. Our truest beliefs are buried beneath the surface. How often do you say that you will succeed and yet you suspect that you will not? How often do you find that while you state the affirmative, what you believe is less than? How often have you spoken of yourself as though you knew your self and then discovered that you did not? How often do you believe that you know what you yourself are thinking then, later discover that you were in error? You did not truly admit to yourself your own inner thoughts.

What we truly believe is learned. We learn to think, to be, [to say, to do, to feel], and to believe as we do when we are very, very, very young, before we realize that there are other options. Sadly, some of us never reflect and realize that the truth for others is what they learned to be true. Nor have we reflected and realized that this too is true of us.

In this site, I hope to offer opportunities, open minds, stimulate thoughts that avail other options, options beyond those that you, I, or we might already know. I hope to travel beyond, to travel together, to take us all on a trip that is never ending. My desire is that our expedition is intellectually, emotionally, physiologically, psychologically, and spiritually expanding.

Mike Pinder, of the Moody Blues offers, as I believe. In 1968 he wrote . . .
“Thinking is the best way to travel . . .”
From “In Search of the lost Chord”

While thinking is the best way to travel, at least it is for me, I know and trust that what we think and what we do with these thoughts affects our being. I offer a thought that affects me eternally. I believe that it is one of the most meaningful thoughts ever expressed. It is written by Horace Walpole; he is the father of the Gothic Novel. He lived in the 16th century, yet, for me, his wisdom is timeless. His father was the first Prime Minister of England and he himself was a Member of Parliament. He writes . . .
“For those who think, life is a comedy.
For those who feel, life is a tragedy.”

~ Horace Walpole [Father of Gothic Novels, Member of Parliament]

I believe that we all feel and if we choose to think through the feelings, we will find such folly, funniness, and fun. Therefore, I ask you to please journey with me, think, and be better, and better, the best, and then even beyond! For, as Copernicus states . . .
“To know that we know what we know,
and to know that we do not know what we do not know,
that is true knowledge.”

~ Nicolaus Copernicus  [February 19, 1473 – May 24, 1543]
Astronomer, Mathematician; Proponent of Heliocentric Cosmic Model.