October 17, 2011
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER
EDMONTON — There is a surety about geese flying that humans admire.
While waiting to catch a ferry at Puget Sound, poet David Whyte saw a gaggle of geese shoot up into the sky. It was an astounding sight and, seeing them, a collective sigh went over the crowd. The birds, with each set of wing beats, formed a faultless V, and were soon flying high on a strong current, in perfect formation.