Bee Kind

Ours in not the task of fixing the entire world at once, but stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach.
—Clarissa Pinkila Estes

In Honor of National Bullying Prevention Month

Bee Kind


Thoughts and Reflections for 10.8.2020

Maybe it doesn’t look like much right now…. Yes, the work is slow and tedious. As an artist he is driven towards realizing the full expression of his magnificence. He must focus on his work and throughout the process encounter darkness and isolation…. Will his work be noticed? Will the moment when all is revealed feel triumphant? What happens next?
The caterpillar in the photos has taken up residence in our satsuma tree. I discovered him just the other morning and felt utter delight that of all places he could have chosen, he chose our tree! (Yes, I do believe he found his way to us). So what does this mean? And what insights are revealed by the sighting of this tiny backyard treasure? Is there a Feng Shui/Nine Star Ki connection? You betcha!! Continue reading