Many moons ago, a community of honeybees lived in a vessel that humans called the Langstroth Hive. This community was busy collecting nectar from flowers, returning to their hive and then sharing the nectar with the worker bees so the nectar could be turned into honey. It was a beautiful cycle enjoyed by the humans for the humans enjoyed the honey that was produced.
One day, the hive got too crowed because the Queen was producing so many eggs that it became time for some of the bees to swarm and develop a new colony. When their human caretaker was away on holiday, the swarm gathered and did what seemed impossible to the bees that stayed; the swarm flew away to create a new colony in the wild! Many of the bees were so happy to be free to come and go as they pleased. One bee in particular named Tera loved her new role that helped the family. What was so special about Tera? She was unwavering in flight like an arrow when it came to finding food and most of all - she danced! This dance was a very special dance because she performed the Waggle Dance letting her family know where new sources of food were located whether near or far. Her family was so proud of her. Tera became a leader in teaching others how to be brave so they may search for food on their own, return home and most of all dance! Dance - so the colony may continue to thrive, be free and fly.