Twenty years ago, in 1995, my world changed. Some friends had just come back from Toronto and things were never the same again.
The man slipped into the church, hoping no one was looking, his unkempt beard and grubby appearance betraying his life on the streets.
Soren Kierkegaard, a philosopher and theologian of the nineteenth century, often observed the domestic geese in his native Denmark. He saw something in them a parable for the life of the church,which he recorded in his journals, a parable that is just as important for us today.