In life we often receive answers with which we are not satisfied, this cannot be prevented. Often, however, we receive reasons that help us further if we try to find out why the answer has turned out accordingly. However, those who do not consider it necessary to act accordingly out of their own conviction or arrogance will over time have less and less chance of finding out how situations come about and how they behave. This reduces one’s own possibilities of influence over time because one lacks the idea of the background. In the worst case, one begins to cover up these backgrounds with false facts until one inevitably has to realise that one is wrong, which in turn creates further dissatisfaction. It is always better to learn from mistakes than to see them as something imperfect.