Surprisingly, some choose to respond and show initiative, while many prefer to shrink in the background.
To put it simply, leadership is the ability to take responsibility and the capacity to guide, motivate and inspire others.
Likewise, she manages to keep little mementos of Deborah’s things in a small tin which she buried in the orchards.
When she gets sad, like the time when her father ignored her upcoming birthday, Lily digs up the tin box as a sign that she needs reassurance from her mother.
Lily’s encounter with Rosaleen’s dilemma on being accosted to jail was instrumental in manifesting the surging emotion of fleeing to a more safe and secure place which would provide her with love and affection.
This was validated when she found her jar of bees empty.The story is most intriguing and interesting given the perception and feelings manifested by Lily.As an adolescent searching for a lost love which could only be provided by a mother, Lily’s struggles and quest to find it provides the impetus for commencing a journey through a difficult part of life.The challenges she has to go through encompasses psychosocial theories which delves into concepts of trust (in oneself and in T-Ray), guilt (due to the death of her mother), isolation (feeling alone and lonely), role confusion (her perception of being a girl and not acting like one) and feelings of depair (due to the loss of Lily’s mother).One would definitely be enthusiastic to read more to find out how she would learn to cope with the development of her personality through the experiences that would unravel in the subsequent chapters and what would ultimately happen to Lily in the future. Analysis of Lily in “The Secret Life of Bees” Identifying Information Lily is a 14 year old girl who has been referred to family counseling by her adopted family.The Boatwright’s own a successful honeybee farm and make “the best honey in the state”. Rosaleen was Lily’s housekeeper and caregiver in her home prior to their arrival at the Boatwright’s home.Lily has been wracked with guilt because at the age of four, she accidentally killed her mother when her...... The Secret Life of Bees: Insights into Leadership and Communication Introduction Life presents every person with many opportunities to take charge and evince leadership.Summary: In Sue Monk Kidd's story The Secret Life of Bees, the wailing wall symbolizes suffering and death.May used the wailing wall to release some of the pain she felt over the loss of her twin sister April, so much so that the wall foreshadowed May's own death.Her mother died from an accidental gun shot, supposedly Lily having inadvertently triggered the gun, ensuring from her parents’ fight.This story manifests Lily’s struggles through adolescence with bees as the central symbol of analogy between them: both seeking a mother figure (in Lily’s case) and a queen figure (in the bees’ case) to find fulfillment in life.