We’ve rounded up some of the sweet­est quotes from both lit­er­a­ture and fa­mous peo­ple so you can BEE well in­formed!

My Weekly Special - - The Complete Guide To Honey -

A day with­out a friend is like a day with­out a sin­gle drop of honey left in­side. Win­nie The Pooh

A worker bee is just over a cen­time­tre long and weighs only about sixty mil­ligrams; nev­er­the­less, she can fly with a load heav­ier than her­self.

The Se­cret Life Of Bees by Emily Kerr

Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their feet are dusted with spices from a mil­lion flow­ers. Dan­de­lion Wine by Ray Brad­bury Eat honey, my son, for it is good; honey from the comb is sweet to your taste. Know also that wis­dom is like honey for you: If you find it, there is a fu­ture hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off. Proverbs 24: 13-14

Life is the flower of which love is the honey. Vic­tor Hugo Float like a but­ter­fly, sting like a bee. Muham­mad Ali

The lovely flow­ers em­bar­rass me, They make me re­gret I am not a bee. Emily Dickinson A taste of honey is worse than none at all.

I Sec­ond That Emo­tion by Smokey Robin­son

The bee col­lects honey from flow­ers in such a way as to do the least dam­age or de­struc­tion to them, and he leaves them whole, un­dam­aged and fresh, just as he found them. Saint Fran­cis de Sales

The sweet­est honey Is loath­some in his own de­li­cious­ness

And in the taste con­founds the ap­petite.

Romeo and Juliet by Wil­liam Shake­speare

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