The baby bird is lying broken on the ground, dying. Its parents, perhaps detecting some weakness in it, have pushed it out of the nest.
Clearly, it's suffering. What do you do?
“Don't do what you want to do,” wrote Robert Cochrane, father of the contemporary Old Craft movement. “Do what needs to be done.”
Cochrane is critiquing the Wiccan Rede here. “Do what you want to do” is his sneering version of “Do what ye will.”
Old Craft ethic is different from Wicca's. It's tribal at heart, concerned with life together and the obligations that social existence entails.