Dozing Humblebee: The Perfect Example Of The Indian Culture

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The honey­bee’s need for order, division of labor, development in specialized fields, and so much more, they are more like human civilization than any other creature. While the honey­bee constructs its world much like humans, the native bee, the “burly, dozing humblebee,” has learned nothing from experience and lives more viciously and rude. The dozing humblebee lives day to day, never saving anything for times of very little. The Indian culture regarded the honey­bee as to cause bad things in the future and as the perfect example of the white man himself. Short­Answer #2 To be successful in life, I believe that a person has to strive to be and/or do better than the day before. A person needs to set up realistic goals, that they can meet

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