Wild Geese & Leadership LO17957

Rol Fessenden (76234.3636@compuserve.com)
Sat, 2 May 1998 20:21:47 -0400


Thanks for the response. It is interesting that you live in the northwest
corner, and I live in the northeast corner. (Or do you live in Canada?)
We, too, have our wild geese who pass through spring and fall, on their
way to somewhere else. Large flocks land a few miles from my house on
Meerymeeting Bay, known far and wide -- among the geese, anyway -- for its
wonderful wild rice which springs up just in time to feed them on their
way through. There's probably a metaphor in that, somewhere also. I
can't think of it, but I sure do appreciate the geese -- and therefore the
wild rice.

I also agree with your concept of many dimensions of intelligence. There
is a book around somewhere that says there are 7 or 8 diffferent kinds of
intelligence. I think maybe more, once we become a bit more subtle in our


[Host's Note: Rol may be referring to Howard Gardner's work. Two books:
_Frames of Mind_ (1983) and _Multiple Intelligences_ (1993). I've read
some of this and find it very compelling. ...Rick]


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