Churn: (v) to move about vigorously.
It all depends what you disrupt.
If you stir up and churn milk and have the patience to stay with it, you get creamy, sweet butter. On the other hand, you can probably sit all
day long churning dirt, and even if you add water, you will end up with muddy conclusions.
It isn’t always effective to motivate people or circumstances. If there is quality, intelligence, spirit and humility, then churning can bring about a beautiful, natural change.
But if people are stubborn, angry, racist and ignorant, churning normally initiates violence.
You’ve got to judge your circumstances.
Is there enough milk of human kindness in the people you’re dealing with to see them turn into butter?