The hive mind is a type of collective intelligence.
Honeybees are fascinating creatures, and my love of beekeeping really comes out in this episode.
I’ll share the story of how I got started with beekeeping plus its challenges and marvels…
…and we’ll use the super-organism status of honeybees to gain some insight into our collective behavior as humans.
In today’s modern world, are we functioning from a standpoint of altruism, community, and shared common good?
Or have we taken the pursuit of individualism too far?
And what lessons can we learn from the bees?
In this episode of Harder to Kill Radio, my cohost / husband Craig Zielinski and I explore the answers to these important questions and more.
And if you’ve ever been curious about beekeeping or how you can support your local pollinators, this show has some great insight. I’ve also listed out some of my favorite resources in the links section below.
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Photo: Our worker bees tending to the brood this past summer.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, We Cover:
- how we got started with beekeeping.
- the trials, tribulations, and joys beekeeping has brought us.
- how honeybees act as a super-organism.
- why straying from our human nature of altruism has dire consequences.
- what we can learn from blue zones.
- …and a lot more.
Links & Resources:
- The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook
- Girl Next Door Honey Instagram
- Girl Next Door Honey online beekeeping course
- Keeping Bees
- The Village Effect
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