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Langstroth Bee quotes by Chris Cleave
#1. I was carrying two cargoes. Yes, one of them was horror, but the other one was hope. #Quote by Chris Cleave
Langstroth Bee quotes by John Lyly
#2. The greater the kindred is, the lesse the kindnesse must bee. #Quote by John Lyly
Langstroth Bee quotes by Bee Wilson
#3. When we say we lack time to cook -- or even time to eat -- we are not making a simple statement of fact. We are talking about cultural values and the way that our society dictates that our days should be carved up. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Langstroth Bee quotes by Zora Neale Hurston
#4. She was stretched on her back beneath the pear tree soaking in the alto chant of the visiting bees, the gold of the sun and the panting breath of the breeze when the inaudible voice of it all came to her. She saw a dust-bearing bee sink into the sanctum of a bloom; the thousand sister-calyxes arch to meet the love embrace and the ecstatic shiver of the tree from root to tiniest branch creaming in every blossom and frothing with delight. #Quote by Zora Neale Hurston
Langstroth Bee quotes by Samantha Bee
#5. It is so expensive to take care of my hair and keep it looking like I was born with it, when my real hair is the color of rat fur. #Quote by Samantha Bee
Langstroth Bee quotes by Idries Shah
#6. The Sufi saying has it: God, to the bee, is something which has TWO stings! #Quote by Idries Shah
Langstroth Bee quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#7. The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Langstroth Bee quotes by Mary Kay Ash
#8. Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know it so it goes on flying anyway. #Quote by Mary Kay Ash
Langstroth Bee quotes by C.S. Lewis
#9. All the books were beginning to turn against me. Indeed, I must have been blind as a bat not to have seen it long before, the ludicrous contradiction between my theory of life and my actual experiences as a reader. George MacDonald had done more to me than any other writer; of course it was a pity that he had that bee in his bonnet about Christianity. He was good in spite of it. Chesterton has more sense than all the other moderns put together; bating, of course, his Christianity. Johnson was one of the few authors whom I felt I could trust utterly; curiously enough, he had the same kink. Spenser and Milton by a strange coincidence had it too. Even among ancient authors the same paradox was to be found. The most religious (Plato, Aeschylus, Virgil) were clearly those on whom I could really feed. On the other hand, those writers who did not suffer from religion and with whom in theory my sympathy ought to have been complete -- Shaw and Wells and Mill and Gibbon and Voltaire -- all seemed a little thin; what as boys we called "tinny". It wasn't that I didn't like them. They were all (especially Gibbon) entertaining; but hardly more. There seemed to be no depth in them. They were too simple. The roughness and density of life did not appear in their books. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Langstroth Bee quotes by Robert Musil
#10. What's the bee in your bonnet? Seems to be some kind of idealism. #Quote by Robert Musil
Langstroth Bee quotes by Julie Murphy
#11. She'd call us her bee-utiful girls and take us for hot chocolate on Mondays, because Fridays didn't deserve all the attention. It was funny. I used to think of myself as a Monday and Ellen as a Friday. But Mondays and Fridays were just twenty-four-hour stretches of time with different names. #Quote by Julie Murphy
Langstroth Bee quotes by A.A. Milne
#12. I found a little beetle, so that beetle was his name #Quote by A.A. Milne
Langstroth Bee quotes by Frank Schatzing
#13. It was the mystery that biologists from Darwin onwards had been longing to solve. How could we understand the ability of fish and seals to survive in the cold dark waters of the Antarctic? How could humans see inside a biotope that was sealed with layers of ice? What would the Earth look like from the sky, if we crossed the Mediterranean on the back of a goose? How did it feel to be a bee? How could we measure the speed of an insect's wings and its heartbeat, or monitor its blood pressure and eating patterns? What was the impact of human activities, like shipping noise or subsea explosions, on mammals in the depths? How could we follow animals to places where no human could venture? #Quote by Frank Schatzing
Langstroth Bee quotes by Christina Rossetti
#14. Oh that it were with me
As with the flower;
Blooming on its own tree
For butterfly and bee
Its summer morns:
That I might bloom mine hour
A rose in spite of thorns.
Oh that my work were done
As birds' that soar
Rejoicing in the sun:
That when my time is run
And daylight too,
I so might rest once more
Cool with refreshing dew. #Quote by Christina Rossetti
Langstroth Bee quotes by Jerry Seinfeld
#15. When I jumped off a roof in Cannes in a bee costume, I looked ridiculous. But this is my business; I have to humiliate myself. #Quote by Jerry Seinfeld
Langstroth Bee quotes by Michael Morpurgo
#16. We're much alike, bee, you and me," I said. "You may carry your pack underneath you and your rifle may stick out of your bottom. But you and me, bee, are much alike. #Quote by Michael Morpurgo
Langstroth Bee quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
#17. A teaspoon of honey is worth more to the bee than a barrel of gold. #Quote by Matshona Dhliwayo
Langstroth Bee quotes by Martial
#18. The bee is enclosed, and shines preserved in amber, so that it seems enshrined in its own nectar. #Quote by Martial
Langstroth Bee quotes by Bee Wilson
#19. The existence of birthday cake ice cream suggests that we can no longer distinguish celebration foods from everyday ones. We are also not too sure whether we are children or adults. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Langstroth Bee quotes by Karl Marx
#20. A spider conducts operations that resemble those of a weaver, and a bee puts to shame many an architect in the construction of her cells. But what distinguishes the worst architect from the best of bees is this, that the architect raises his structure in imagination before he erects it in reality. #Quote by Karl Marx
Langstroth Bee quotes by Fannie Flagg
#21. I love your stories. Tell me a story, Idgie. Go on, you old bee charmer. Tell me a good tall tale. Tell me the one about the lake. ~Ruth Jamison #Quote by Fannie Flagg
Langstroth Bee quotes by W. Somerset Maugham
#22. The new-born child does not realize that his body is more a part of himself than surrounding objects, and will play with his toes without any feeling that they belong to him more than the rattle by his side; and it is only by degrees, through pain, that he understands the fact of the body. And experiences of the same kind are necessary for the individual to become conscious of himself; but here there is the difference that, although everyone becomes equally conscious of his body as a separate and complete organism, everyone does not become equally conscious of himself as a complete and separate personality ... It is such that he, as little conscious of himself as the bee in a hive, who are lucky in life, for they have the best chance of happiness: their activities are shared by all, and their pleasures are only pleasures because they are enjoyed in common ... It is because of them that man has been called a social animal. #Quote by W. Somerset Maugham
Langstroth Bee quotes by Kameron Hurley
#23. Most people actually ignore things out of the ordinary. Or, worse, hope that someone else will take care of it.

I remember being on the train in Chicago in a car with about a dozen other people. On the other side of the car, a man suddenly fell off his seat. Just… toppled over into the aisle. He started convulsing. There were three people between me and him. But nobody said anything. Nobody did anything.

I stood up, "Sir?" I said, and started toward him.

And that's when everyone started to move. I called for someone at the back to push the operator alert button, to tell the train driver to call for an ambulance at the next stop. After I moved, there were suddenly three or four other people with me, coming to the man's aid.

But somebody had to move first.

I stood in a crowded, standing-room only train on another day and watched a young woman standing near the door close her eyes and drop her papers and binder onto the floor. She was packed tight, surrounded by other people, and no one said anything.

Her body began to go limp. "Are you OK!?" I said loudly, leaning toward her, and then other people were looking, and she was sagging, and the buzz started, and somebody called up from the front of the car that he was a doctor, and someone gave up their seat, and people moved, moved, moved.

Somebody needs to be the person who says something is wrong. We can't pretend we don't see it. Because people have bee #Quote by Kameron Hurley
Langstroth Bee quotes by Bee Wilson
#24. Yet Laudan's mother had no choice about whether to be a good cook or not. It was simply what was expected of her, and of every other farmer's wife in England at that time. She did not cook because she 'loved' cooking but because this was the role that life had allotted her.
There was nothing unusual in the way that Laudan's mother cooked. If anything, her life in the kitchen was easy by the standards of the day. At least a farmer's wife had access to plentiful meat and vegetables, whereas city cooks in early twentieth-century Britain were expected to produce the same quantity of meals but with meagre ingredients and limited equipment, often in single-room dwellings where there was no kitchen and no escape from cooking. We idealise the homespun meals of the past, imagining rosy-cheeked women laying down picturesque bottles of peaches and plums. But much of the art of 'cooking' in pre-modern times was a harried mother slinging what she could in a pot and engaging in a daily smoke-filled battle to keep a fire alive and under control, on top of all the other chores she had to manage.
Before we offer too many lamentations for the cookery of the past, we should remember how hard it was – and still is, for millions of people – to cook when you have no choice in the matter. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Langstroth Bee quotes by Marita A. Hansen
#25. He was the sweet taste of honey before the bee stung, the apple from Eden - so delicious, yet morally wrong. #Quote by Marita A. Hansen
Langstroth Bee quotes by John Keats
#26. She dwells with Beauty
Beauty that must die: And Joy, whose hand is ever at his lips, bidding Adieu; and aching Pleasure nigh, Turning to poison while the bee mouths sips: #Quote by John Keats
Langstroth Bee quotes by Bee Wilson
#27. In a world of forty thousand choices, the old advice of 'everything in moderation' no longer cuts it. The signs are that many people have understandably had enough of this free-for-all of supersizing and hidden sugars, of type 2 diabetes and food waste. In the past five years, millions of eaters have rejected huge swaths of mainstream food and created their own rules to eat by. Such reactions offer a sliver of hope that eating -- for some populations anyway -- is finally moving in a healthier direction, with a new thoughtfulness about food and a return to vegetables. On the other hand, some of the new diet rules we have invented for ourselves are as extreme and unbalanced as the food system they seek to replace. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Langstroth Bee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#28. That which is not good for the swarm, neither is it good for the bee. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Langstroth Bee quotes by Samantha Bee
#29. I was totally unknown in the television and film industry in Canada. #Quote by Samantha Bee
Langstroth Bee quotes by Joshua Heights
#30. be like a bee and put your life into the sting! #Quote by Joshua Heights
Langstroth Bee quotes by Zora Neale Hurston
#31. She saw a dust-bearing bee sink into the sanctum of a bloom; the thousand sister-calyxes arch to meet the love embrace and the ecstatic shiver of the tree from root to tiniest branch creaming in every blossom and frothing with delight. So this was a marriage! #Quote by Zora Neale Hurston
Langstroth Bee quotes by Ishbelle Bee
#32. Death wakes up from a snooze, checks his pocket watch, and sighs. #Quote by Ishbelle Bee

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