Lavender and Bees

I have a French lavender plant in the backyard with long stems and bright purple blooms. I like French lavender because the flowers smell like heaven, the shrub itself is pretty, and you don't have to water it so it works well with the climate. What's more, the bees love it.

Lavender and bees are a kind of visual optimism, detailing the fundamental nature of reality itself. They're what's right about everything. They're a live demonstration of what's working. The soil, the sun, the air, the lavender, and the bees exist in an effortless, symbiotic partnership that no amount of control could ever produce. That natural cooperation is effective, efficient, and beautiful to behold. This kind of terroir is present everywhere as an example of the deep, innate, underlying connectivity of everything.

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