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Sweet Honey Display

Sweet Honey Display via The Irish Beekeeper

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Dalai Lama + Bees

The Medicine of Altruism - words by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

“When I consider the lack of cooperation in human society, I can only conclude that it stems from ignorance of our interdependent nature. I am often moved by the example of small insects, such as bees. The laws of nature dictate that bees work together in order to survive. As a result, they possess an instinctive sense of social responsibility. They have no constitution, laws, police, religion or moral training, but because of their nature they labour faithfully together. Occasionally they may fight, but in general the whole colony survives on the basis of cooperation. Human beings, on the other hand, have constitutions, vast legal systems and police forces; we have religion, remarkable intelligence and a heart with great capacity to love. But despite our many extraordinary qualities, in actual practice we lag behind those small insects; in some ways, I feel we are poorer than the bees…

To me, it is clear: a genuine sense of responsibility can result only if we develop compassion. Only a spontaneous feeling of empathy for others can really motivate us to act on their behalf.” 

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Click here to read the full quote on dalailama.com
photo credit: BodhiFest
via Ethnobeeology

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Moving in to our new office today!

Moving in to our NEW OFFICE today!! 

HoneyLove 
5950 W. Jefferson Blvd. #8 
Los Angeles, California 90016  

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WATCH: Andrew Cote

WATCH: “Andrew Cote, Beekeeper” via The Next List 

“Urban Beekeeping is like crack. It’s an obsession and there’s no turning back.” -Andrew Cote

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HONEYLOVE NEWSLETTER: JANUARY 2013

Click here to view HoneyLove’s January 2013 Newsletter

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BUZZ: Living Homegrown

Thanks for the sweet buzz Living Homegrown ?!!!

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HoneyLover of the Month: Roberta

HoneyLover of the Month: ROBERTA 

“Beekeeping started out just as way to improve my crops. Seemed easy enough to just get some free bees off a tree limb and stick them in a box and voila, more fruit. Well there was something about my first day that was just magical. I went to watch Kirk do a cutout with someone who had some experience. I came from work and they had gotten most of a very old and big hive out of wall. I got to just watch and learn.

The next door neighbor and her kids were watching from a window and I loved being the person explaining what was happening. Kirk was mentoring, the other beekeeper was learning how to do a cutout, I was just learning how to be around bees and the kids were learning about something so new.

Then Kirk took me to a simple swarm capture and we packaged them up into one of his old nucs and there I was with a new hive. With the swarm, it was just a small cute ball of fuzzy bees. They were gently, buzzing but pretty much content to go wherever we put them. Seemed like an innocent experience.

The excitement of being able to work with these little but powerful creatures took a hold and I had bee fever. I couldn’t get enough cutouts and swarms but then I couldn’t keep them anywhere and that’s how the mentoring started. I loved being able to share a first time cutout or swarm with others. It really felt like giving someone a gift.”

RobertaRoberta

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WATCH: Fortnaums Honey Harvest

WATCH: Fortnum’s Honey Harvest London Rooftop Bees

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How are dying bees affecting our lives

How Are Dying Bees Affecting Our Lives? via nationalgeographic.com

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“Bee” 
3d animated short by Vladimir Loginov

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