Unlike geese we are sporadic, uncategorised and reluctant to stick to a formation.
We are more like clouds, the motion and existence of which is widely acknowledged yet infinitely elusive.
These accumulated forms are inclusive yet exclusive, created from environmental change. They adapt, disperse, absorb and change pace. All of which demonstrating their acceptance of the responsibility of change. For change is not always the bringer of fortune but it is a choice and an onward progression.
But unlike clouds we are keen to categorise and interrogate the unknown. To tether these forms of change in order to define which path will bring fortune.
But the truth is there is no definition, no definitive answer, so why do we try to catch clouds?