Cathryn: From his website http://gaiabees.com
"In this pivotal time when life on earth is in transition on so many levels, the bees enter our awareness worldwide through their struggles. They can become an inspiration for a change in our cultural, emotional, and agricultural landscape. The Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner emphasized that “we need to study the life of bees from the standpoint of the soul”. In the end, the world shows us whenever the soul element is missing in our lives. The current plight of the bees shows us the repercussions of our limitations. As our life-long allies, the bees mirror our own struggle to live in this world. Their encouraging message is to wake up – to wake up to this fragile, wonderful and precious world, to wake up to a heart-centered reality. May we all wake up!"
I so echo this statement and find validation in its message
"Currently, all of our colonies are endangered and at risk of collapsing. Insecticides. We are all at risk together. We’ll have to collaborate with humans to save all our communities. I know I speak bluntly. No time left for imprecision: it is better to speak blunt truth than to play nice. You pay a price either way, bee or person."
A concise descriptor of 'our' symbiotic plight...
Thank you yet again Cathryn, for your passion, consistency and persistence of focus.
You chime the bells so clear, that alert in us the will to change...