Windmills are made for one thing only: a mill to harness the wind that converts the energy of the wind into rotational energy by means of vanes called sails or blades.
We have a decorative windmill in our flower garden that has a broken blade. Sometimes, when the wind is strong, it will still capture the other sails and try to get our rusty garden ornament to do what it was designed to do. Turn. So we stuck an iron shepherds hook alongside the windmill and now it doesn't turn at all. It's stuck.
What is holding you back? What is causing you to be stuck?
I know life can get in the way of living. Some of us suffer greatly when one of our sails is broken. Don't jam yourself further. Don't stick an iron shepherds hook in your mind and heart to hold you still. Fix it. Move forward, gain momentum, and set a new course for yourself.
One day I took a photo of our garden windmill and now this artwork hangs in my den.
You were designed to turn, dance, sing, capture the wind in our sails, and fly.