Have you ever stopped to think about how we are all connected to each other? All of us, throughout the world. I was thinking about it the other day, from the trees to the seas and the buzz of the bees. I love a bit of rhyme, don’t you? Step outside the box with me and think of us all as pieces of one grand puzzle, never fully complete without each other. We are all connected.
Why am I rambling about this?
I was watching this video about a woman and a bee. Yes, a bee and the amazing compassion she shared with this fuzzy pollinator moved me to tears. I hope you will watch the video below.
We are all God’s creations! I do think of us as one big puzzle, with each puzzle piece equally as important. It doesn’t matter if you are a corner piece or a squiggly one. I have days when I’m a corner and days when I’m squiggled ( wink).
When I write a blog post, I do it as if you were right here with me. I imagine us chatting over the garden gate or having a cup of tea on the porch. There you are, and I’m telling you all about a bee video that made me cry.
One of the many joys of online journaling ( blogging) is the incredible blessing of a social connection, ( not social networking) friendship’s forged through things I share and you that take time to read. I hate to be too repetitive but you are ALL a blessing in my life. The fact that you take any time at all to stop by and read my posts is a testament in itself that we are all connected.
I found this busy fellow in the flowers on a walk during the tulip festival.
The incredible abundance of love and friendship you share with me only strengths my God’s puzzle scenario. We are all connected. Through faith, friendship, blogging and even…. through the reaction you will have when you watch the bee video.
Tomorrow when you hear the birds chirping or the wind whistling through blades of grass. Or if you are lucky, the buzz of a bee. I’ll be thinking about you then and you will feel how we are all connected, right there and then, in that moment, no question about it. Connected!
I took this photo of a pollen covered bee at Red Butte Gardens and Arboretum.
From one puzzle piece to another, I wish you a very joy-filled weekend and send you a sincere thank you for taking the time to read the bee story. xo