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blow with the wind
To be resilient and adaptable to harsh events or adversity in life, likened to how a tree that can bend is better able to withstand heavy winds. I know you've had a lot of setbacks this year, but you have to blow with the wind and continue trying your best.
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blow with the windact according to prevailing circumstances rather than a consistent plan.
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