Here at 1:11, birds know to go with the flow when external forces are stronger than their ambition for reaching their previously planned destination. When we look up and see birds hang gliding in the air it is safe to say that they see us and many other things that draw on their attention. Hanging in the air though, give them the power to wait to see the value in the present situation as it progresses. They ride the wind when the wind is blowing. What is here one minute could be gone or lost in the next.
Give in to the pressure to change direction.
People and groups are waiting to see what your next move is.
Facing you: You have been comfortable with knowing that your plans are following your expectations. But, a new force will stem your progress in a new and unexpected direction. New directions and situations bring unexpected conditions that may not need any reactions. Wait to see what happens.
Facing away: You influence the direction for people, places or things that have been locked in a condition that Kevin calls, circular progress. Circular progress is a state that has the look and feel of continuous growth, but the outcomes end in continuous review of previously evaluated material. Revisiting issues again and again that should have been resolved with the first or second look. Are you hiding behind routines? Know that everything eventually comes to the ground.