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Aug 16, 2018
We recently reached a HUGE milestone- 1000 homes closed! At our monthly company meeting this week, we had a little party to celebrate! We celebrated with a “bee” themed party. Why the bees?
Did you know that the honey bee is the only animal that doesn’t labor for itself?
“Honeybees are driven to pollinate, gather nectar, and condense the nectar into honey. It is estimated that to produce just one pound (0.45 kg) of honey, the average hive of 20,000 to 60,000 bees must collectively visit millions of flowers and travel the equivalent of two times around the world. Over its short lifetime of just a few weeks to four months, a single honeybee’s contribution of honey to its hive is a mere one-twelfth of one teaspoon.
Though seemingly insignificant when compared to the total, each bee’s one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey is vital to the life of the hive. The bees depend on each other. Work that would be overwhelming for a few bees to do becomes lighter because all of the bees faithfully do their part.”
We feel like our team is a lot like the honey bee. Individually, our impact may be small but together, we produce a lot. We are proud of the team we have in place and know that each member is working diligently to reach our next goal!
“The bee is more honored than other animals, not because she labors, but because she labors for others.”
St. John Chrysostom