We have to be right about what needs to be done, when, where and how, and do it in each situation as it arises all our life long, no matter what. And. There is no way we can be always right about it. So, we have to be alert to that reality, and make our sincerest effort to intuit what needs to be done, when, where and how, and do that... And, when it becomes clear that we were wrong, we have to make our sincerest effort to intuit what needs to be done about that, when, where and how, and do that... In other words, we make amends as best we can and get back into the game. The game never changes. We are always called to do what needs to be done, when, where and how, in each situation as it arises. That is our role to play all our life long, and we are to play it with a gentle, noble, heart-- with no expectations, no agenda, no plan, and no opinion. Anybody can do that. Small children can do that. And Jesus could say, "Unless you turn and become as children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven." "The kingdom of heaven" is what the Buddha called "Nirvana," or, "The Farther Shore." And what Indigenous Americans called, "The Happy Hunting Ground." And what other people through time have simply called "The Light." We have to be like a child to play there. And, to live our way there. One situation at a time.