UNLOAD THE OVERLOAD

NOT KNOWING MUCH more about bees than the average bear, I was fascinated when a recent houseguest, a beekeeper, shared with me some of the intricacies of the very orderly existence in a beehive. For instance, worker bees leave their hive to look for nectar and return to perform a "bee dance" for the other bees, giving them precise directions to the source of the nectar so that the others can continue collecting it. This description gave me a greater appreciation for the intelligent design and order of God's creation—and I'd always thought of bees as merely busy.

Many people feel as if they're just buzzing around, living lives of extreme busy-ness, but often without productive, purposeful results.

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