Yesterday, as I watched the honeybees buzzing in my pumpkin patch, I marveled at them. It’s always exciting for me to see honeybees after they have been so painfully absent from our gardens, struggling with diseases I believe were brought on by persistent pesticides and a resulting weakened immune system.
Covered in golden pollen so heavy they can barely fly, they appeared drunk and immersed in revelry, a perpetual party of seeking out what they love and then immersing themselves fully in it.
What nourishes each of us? Conversely, what is it that slowly poisons us and therefore we need to avoid or protect ourselves from being exposed to? What is it that we are inherently drawn to, and what attracts us because it is feeds the Core of our Being? What do we allow ourselves to get wrapped up in fully, before bringing it back home to nourish our family and friends with?
It’s becoming more and more important to me, no matter what, to let my Inner Wisdom draw me to that which I know to be best for my Soul, no matter how it looks to a casual observer or critic who is on the outside looking in.
Can anyone else ever really know what nourishes each one of us us, and are they ever in a position to take it away from us simply with their disapproval? No.
My loved ones benefit when I am following the wild call of my Wild Heart. The critics will never be happy or smile at me, no matter how much I sing to them.
I know it’s time to pay more attention to what nourishes me, less time worrying about why people hurt each other, and then fill myself up with the nectar of life until the pollen is dripping off my sides.
Honeybees have the right idea.
2 thoughts on “What do you love (like a honeybee does)?”
Karen, symbology is often the language of my soul, This image and the depth of what you have written here will stay with me for a long time…. What matters is that it is with me NOW, and so, I go in seearch of a pumpkin blossom into which I will fly and busy myself in healthy submersion of that which matters and nurtures my soul, ah, it begins, Kathryn
Kathryn! So wonderful to read your comments. So glad you “got it”! Enjoy your search…