What the Bees Have Taught Me

What the Bees Have Taught Me

Nature is awesome : sometimes ruthless, sometimes fragile, sometimes cruel but always wondrous and intriguing 

The importance of balance and harmony

The all cannot exist without the one …

   … and the one cannot exist without the all

The  rewards of being truly present

To relax and breath

What is transformed when fear disappears

The power of observation

The need to commit and to persevere

The ability of a group to achieve a common objective …

… and to do so without elected leadership

How a myriad of small contributions can build something big and beautiful

When you find a good source of nourishment, share it

Defend your home and family - everything else can be achieved without threats or aggression

Through the act of pollination bees continue the cycle of life in such a way that not so much as a floor or a leaf is destroyed

Bees don’t care about my gender, race, political persuasion, ethnicity, level of education .. they do care how respectful and gently they are treated.


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21.05 | 03:18

Its pleasure to read about Boy Scout here. He plays vital role to serve humanity. I will share after my https://www.goldenbustours.com/washington-dc-bus-tours

02.08 | 13:10

Hi Jeremy. I read this writing in the Pennsylvania Beekeeper newsletter. Your writing style is wonderful and so is your storytelling. Thank you for sharing.

25.12 | 13:26

Thank you, Rob. The origin of the word 'spirit' is 'breath'. Sometimes that sense of connection to something greater can quite take my breath away. Jeremy

01.12 | 18:43

I like this Jeremy,
I am a bee Keeper too. When I am working with the bees I feel connected with God , self others - the Cosmos.
Peace to you today!

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