The Dance of the Bees (E-Book)


Prepare to be enchanted by this timeless fable of five bees that live in a hive in the savannah of Africa. Faced with a life-altering and potentially lethal threat from a honey badger, Ratel, they are forced to change the way they have always done things. This unexpected change does not come easily for the elders of the hive. Eventually, Keeper, the main character, is faced with helping others see the positive nature of change. Faced with ridicule and hurt, Keeper almost gives up but good advice and encouragement is able to help the hive stave off certain death.

The simple story of Dance of the Bees reveals profound truths about change; truths that give a quick and easy way to succeed in shifting times and circumstances. Learn how to see the positive nature of change for yourself so you can discover how to deal with change and enjoy more success and less stress in all areas of your life.

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