Hurricanes, Angels and Geese

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I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship. ~ Louisa May Alcott, American novelist and poet


I realize the title for this post sounds crazy, but bear with me.

Every year around this time we get large flocks of Canadian geese coming down from Canada to spend the winter. Our winters in Wyoming can be brutally cold. But I guess the geese think the winters in the Canadian West are even worse.

I’ve always been intrigued by geese and their behavior. Although they can be hostile and aggressive toward humans, they generally take good care of one another. They mate for life, and are fiercely protective of their mates and offspring.

When a mate dies, they go into what could be called mourning. And often, they remain single the rest of their lives. They will refuse to leave the side of another goose who’s sick or injured, acting perhaps as a guardian angel would.

Not a bad example for us humans!

We don’t always see other humans taking as good care of each other as the geese do. But there are times when the greatest tragedies can bring out the loving, compassionate side of people. A couple great examples are the two recent storms, Hurricanes Harvey in Texas and Irma in Florida.


If you truly knew who you really are, you would not struggle with your “inner demons,” nor with the demons you often perceive your fellow humans to be.

If, instead, you could see yourselves and all other beings through the eyes of God—or whatever name you have for that all-powerful divine energy—you would be astounded at what you see. You would no longer see yourselves as separate from others. You would see the wonder and beauty you truly are—all of you.

You would see yourselves, through the eyes of God, as one and inseparable. It would no longer take disasters such as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to wake you up to the beauty, power and wisdom in yourselves, in all that is.

You are all angels of love, mercy and kindness. Don’t you think it’s about time to reclaim your power, and to be who you truly are? Your world depends on it.

Copyright © 2017 by John Cali


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Here’s a deeply moving video, titled simply Angels, taken in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.


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4 Responses

  1. Ron B.

    I understand that the media coverage down there tended to skip over the recent happenings in Mexico on the anniverary of the 1985 quake where thousands died.
    However it was clear that the people dropped all their differences and joined together with love in their hearts and even to this day are still working hard, reallly hard, to save the few who are still surviving against all odds with no food or water in the dusty ruins.
    Now the law of attraction is not the only universal law but it is very powerful.
    One hour of love trumps years of fear and hatred so all is well in the end. Hugs

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Ron. You said it perfectly:
      “One hour of love trumps years of fear and hatred so all is well in the end.”

  2. Karen Lee Samson

    Yes, here in Florida …. I too have seen many angels from our Universal Earth family reach out to assist,
    Hurricane Irma was not a pleasant experience,yet seeing millions of power trucks from all over the Nation here restoring power,and calls from businesses offering loans, and more….is a gift to rebalancing in natural disasters. Yesterday,my local bank finally received power….and gas stations began receiving gas again,and stores were opened with food back on shelves. Clearing,starting anew is often difficult,yet I am full of gratitude to the many that reach out to help rebalance us in Florida,as well asTexas with Hurricane Harvey, and I.e. En had someone come to my house needing battery operated fans to send to a family member that was hunkered down in Puerto Rico i during Hurricane Maria. We are a huge universal family, when I saw the title of Hurricanes,angels,and geese…it made me ponder. My current interpretation is Hurricanes come, angels arrive,and our Universal family like geese stick together to assist and help.
    Love from South Florida to our great Nation!

    • John Cali

      Thanks so much, Karen. I’m sure, being in the midst of it all, you had a grand opportunity to see the loving goodness such events bring out in humans.

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