Note how the great river begins? it starts as a little stream high up in the mountains, and it’s usually very crooked in the beginning. The little stream just runs over the boulders or beneath the fallen tree;
It doesn’t stop and wait for its energy or its force to build up so it can push an obstacle out of its path. It’s not interested so much in the boulder or the tree as it is about flowing along t he path of least resistance to where it feels pulled.