Book Review To Bee or Not to Bee A Book for Beeings Who Feel There's More to Life Than Just Making Honey
Author: John Penberthy Reviewed by
A wonderful story of the journey of Buzz, a bee who is searching for answers.
Often times in life, we find ourselves asking questions about our own lives, looking for answers, trying to understand the reason and purpose. Have you ever thought, there must be a better way? Written in a story format, this
book takes you on a journey, gives you advice and suggestions that may help you to answer some of your own questions.
"I know being different can bee difficult at times, but there can also bee…incredible richness."
"It's not work that's keeping you from beeing content; it's your attitude - thinking that work is separate from your personal life, that work is the sole point of life."
"And you can certainly mix a little relaxation and exploration into your daily routine. It's all a state of mind. Bee in the world; not of it."
"The power of the mind lies in perceiving differences; the power of the heart lies in perceiving similarities. Which power are you using?"
"I've found that I have much better results controlling my own mind - which ultimately determines my experience - than trying to control everything else."
"Who's to say what's failure and what's success?"
"Success is simply beeing on your path. Only through experience can we expand beyond our limited bee perspective and start to see the larger picture of things."
"Perfection isn't some state of affairs, it's a state of mind."
"Happiness cannot bee pursued; it must ensue."
"Every bit of life seems to bee trying to fill a greater niche, to become all it can bee."
"Sometimes words and concepts just get in the way."
"The mind is a wonderful servant but a terrible master."
"God cannot bee comprehended; only experienced."
"The greatest present is the present."
"Practice paying close attention. Try to see the sacred in everything."
"The problem, though, is that most folks are either too lazy or proud or bound by tradition to face up to the need for change."
"Every incident that occurs carries with it potential lessons."
"Learning is what got us this far and what will take us wherever we're going."
"Yep, we can all learn plenty from each other - even those we think don't know as much as we do - if we can just set our egos aside. There's no shortage of lessons. We're all each others' students and teachers."
"To the extent you're afraid to die, you're afraid to live."
"All things take place by change."
"Life is too important to bee taken so seriously."
"No matter where you go, there you are."
"The more secure he became in who he was, the less he was threatened by who they were."
It is a great book to share with people of all ages and you will find it contains many wonderful words of wisdom.