The eagle is the king of all birds. While other birds hide from the storm, the eagle flies and rides above the storm. The eagles’ approach to the storm eventually places it in a position where nations around the world adopt it as a symbol of their national identity. But do you know that the eagle does not get to this enviable position just by its beauty. An eaglet has the understanding that it has been created to fly. Prior to its first flight attempt, the mother eagle feeds it with the food from its mouth and makes the place of its nest comfortable with furs and other assemblage. The mother makes sure that the eaglet is very comfortable for this period of time. After a short while, by what I have termed the eagle’s instinct, the eaglet knows that for as long as it remains within the comfort of its ‘well furnished bedroom’ it can never fulfill its destiny to becoming an eagle who rides on the storm. The eagle does not leave the eaglet to decide the time on its own but from experience she knows when to let the eaglet in. The eagle with its beak, removes the furs and ‘beddings’ that have made the nest comfortable for the eaglet. The once lush ‘apartment’ for the eaglet suddenly becomes uncomfortable. The eaglet begins to wiggle as a result of the change that has occurred.