Pigeon, wee

Here you see the common pigeon. “Oh,” you think, “a simple pigeon. She does not have many thoughts or, perhaps, desires.” The pigeon does not move as you try to get past her. “What a dumb little creature. How unfortunate they have come to exist.”
No one takes a pigeon seriously.
Perhaps a pigeon takes a pigeon seriously, but this has not been confirmed.
This pigeon you see before you has at least two thoughts. One of being on the ground, and one of being in the air. The pigeon then forms a preference. She desires to be in the air. She leans. She launches. She executes her desire leading to the gratification of her goals.
This is significant. Take note.