Macro focus view of a tiny bee going in for a landing on a Profusion White Zinnia flower made me think a bit about the Big World View and The Small World view.
A little inspiration for thinking about the vastness of the bees’ world of flowers and making honey. The bee world may be limited to a garden or field, but when we zoom in on this fascinating cycle of nature, the perspective changes.
Here’s something I may pass by without noticing, The tiny bee’s wings are a blur in my photo. Headed for the pollen center like a dive bomber, caught in the frame, the bees smallness versus the large flower is astonishing,
Macrocosms and Microcosms here it is. I am a small bee gathering pollen from a white flower. I’ll make honey to feed other bees and the bee world will continue.
In turn the beautiful flower is pollinated and makes seeds to continue on its species. I wonder does the bee know that without this activity, this world of plants that feed the world would not exist?
I wonder does the bee, which works tirelessly for other and that lives within interdependent origination, does the bee know that “Everything is connected”?
I wonder, if more humans could see this beautiful connection would the world become more peaceful or united?
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Have a good day wherever you may find your self.