I love this statement.
I first came across it in Antoine de Sainte-Exupery's book The Little Prince as a child, I knew it was important, but not how important for a life well lived.
I think we are all trying hard to look at our lives in this really difficult time. What matters the most to each of us, and how we will spend our time going forward.
Sainte-E said what is essential is invisible to the naked eye.
Love. Food. Home. Friends.
I'm sure you can add to this list... what is important to you?
Buzz on and bee safe.
As we practice social distancing, it may be comforting to think about the social behavior of honey bees.
They cooperate as a society: forming a hive together, sharing food, and caring for the offspring of the queen.
They have a complex division of labor system, so every bee has its own responsibility to keep the hive running smoothly.
To thrive, they rely on communication, usually by pheromones (smells) and dancing.
Let's follow hive rules and work together.
Spring time for the bees is a time to expand their population and leave the hive to gather pollen. A joyful time. When the birds start singing and the bees are buzzing around.
This year for us it is a time to stay home and bee safe.
What a contrast.
Taos Bee is busy filling orders from our ever lovely customers and digging growing beds to plant more flowers for the bees and veggies for me and my neighbors to share. Taos Bees will help to pollinate not only our orchard but all the surrounding orchards and fields too.
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