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However scientifically we have advanced, we still can’t extract honey from the flower. Only Bees are capable of doing that job.
For argument sake yes, humans can extract but they can’t pollinate.
Bees are one of the wonderful creatures of the Almighty.
How frequently Bees visit flowers?
Typically it takes 2 million visits to a flower for the bees to produce one pound of honey.
Check this interesting link Honey-Trivia
Is it not a fact that we all fear Bees?
Yes. We all fear bees because they sting us if disturbed. But remember they sting only when they feel threatened. Don’t swat.
We feel threatened when we find Beehives in the Apartment complexes, immediately we try to destroy it. Remember honeybee colonies should never be exterminated.
Honey bee lives about 40 days and do you know that the bees work to death gathering nectar?
We can learn a lot from the Bees.
What do the bees teach us?
- The first thing that comes to our mind is the teamwork, humans miserably fail in this regard by having an ego and individualistic traits.
- Bees always give their hundred percent for the cause of producing honey. We, humans, tend to find excuses while carrying out our jobs.
- Defending the family against outside interference, whereas we act in a selfish way creating disharmony with family members.
- Bees adapt to their surrounding, while we make a big fuss about any change in our environment.
Why Bees are important to us?
Bees are not just for the Honey.
We need them because they are pollinators. Because of these pollinators, we can have our daily food.
Then check the following food items which you relish/savor regularly on an autopilot mode, depend on bees
- Bell pepper
I can go on and on but the list is long, more than 40 food items, which we routinely take for granted.
Here is the list of food items- The food items which depend on the Bees
Neither kill the bees nor destroy the beehives
My friend, the very survival of humans depends on the survival of the bees.
“If the bee disappeared on the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to liver Maurice Maeterlinck
How does our world look without Honeybees?
It’s a dead world.
why you shouldn’t destroy the Bee population?
Instead of me telling the details better you check this link What our world look like without Honey Bees
Take home message
Next time, you see a bee don’t swat please!
Thank you. Namaste 🙏🙏🙏
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