When You’re Gone, Where Will We Bee?

I used to keep bees. Not only did I learn much about them, but I also learned from them. Also check out my post, Animal Spirits: The Bee – https://peacockseyes.com/2013/06/26/animal-spirits-the-bee/


People have a hard time letting go of their suffering.
Out of a fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is familiar. ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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If only my words could fully express the luscious taste, smell, texture, experience of fresh, pure honey. Used as an medicine by ancient Egyptians. Used as a fragrant sweetener and immunizer to me and countless others. Breathing in, watching the honey drizzle slowly down upon a piece of bread. Breathing out, tasting an intense blossoming of joy in my mouth. Feeling a rapid rush of energy throughout my body. How can I express gratitude for having enjoyed honey all throughout my life, while sharing to those of you in the future who may not ever have this experience. Honey is a miraculous gift of bees, and sadly, now the bees are disappearing. It’s being called, “colony collapse syndrome.” Mindfulness is always of being aware…

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About Julianne Victoria

I am a Spiritual Counselor, Shamanic Healer, Writer, & Creator. I hope to help heal, teach, and inspire others on their souls' journeys and in this life. © Julianne Victoria and Through the Peacock's Eyes Press under the Common Law Copyright www.juliannevictoria.com
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6 Responses to When You’re Gone, Where Will We Bee?

  1. Fozziemum says:

    Bees keep me entranced for hours..i plant flowers with the blues to attract our native bees which have electric blue bands..google them and you will smile all day..adorable…i plant because bees are our lifeline in agriculture and peopl have no idea how important they are…lovely post 🙂 hugs Bev xx

  2. Many thanks for sharing 🙂 and yes Bees are essential to us all. And good to know you also kept bees Julie..We were lucky enough the other year to have two nests in our garden.. they never bothered us as we didn’t bother them.. 🙂

  3. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature says:

    I do love the bees so much. Thanks for sharing this. I am always so happy to see them, though they come around less and less. I am planning to keep some hives, and nobody uses pesticides around here, but they are so rampant elsewhere. The kind that are time released within the plant are so insidious. Unbelievably horrifying.

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