Just, from now on, ask yourself, is it beautiful? For example, I offered my hand, in a handshake, to him: was it beautiful? I kissed my spouse goodnight: was it beautiful? I offered constructive criticism: was it, or what aspects of it, was beautiful? In this age, if you start looking at the world for beauty, it will be wonderful. When you see the beauty "of" something, you are owning, co-owning, co-moderating, or co-defining -- for example, in art. My offering to humanity has been a beautiful testimony, or testament, of love. It's wonderful, isn't it? It can fulfill. Expectations in love can under- or overwhelm.
God wanted to tell all the children were beautiful, without exception. Each child is/was/is precious. You're all beautiful and always will be. You are the ones to care for the wounds of God. You are the ones to love. Don't get stuck in the technicalities of offering or in the perceptions of failed offerings. Be the Samaritan who stops, even as others shock you with their offerings. Be beautiful, outstanding, amazing. Be loving. Those are things I love, I want to own, co-own. Evaluate offerings based on their beauty.