Nothing survives forever, not even rocks, or the most rigid of structures. Likewise, all obstacles dissolve in time. The erosion of that which has been solid is not bad; in fact, it can mean that something new is being created. One image is that of ice floes, hardened in winter, dispersing in the warmth of spring; when the ice melts, a mighty river emerges. This is a time of small changes that can produce big results over time.
Rigidity in the hearts of men tends to breed an egoistic separateness, but this can be overcome by a greater force, such as an uplifting ceremony or other communal activity. The thawing of cold hearts always improves conditions.
The first thing to dissolve is any mental rigidity within yourself that is feeding a sense of separation from others. Try to work closely with compatriots, concentrating on common activities that evidence your integrity and goodwill. Some slightly dramatic action in support of the greater good can shift the energy, lift the spirits and lead toward new possibilities. Spiritual impulses, including a sense of justice, should be honored, and acted upon. They can provide an initial, gentle impulse to important and constructive change. Avoid righteous indignation and aggressive force of any kind, and disunity can be overcome. If you should have any lingering business or other partnerships that are inactive or not working, this reading suggests that you might consider dissolving them.