Quote by Hippocrates
To do nothing is also a good remedy.
This quote implies that sometimes the best course of action is inaction. It suggests that sometimes it is beneficial to refrain from taking any action or making any decisions, allowing time and circumstances to resolve themselves naturally. By choosing to do nothing, one can avoid unnecessary interventions or potential negative consequences. It acknowledges the power of patience and the value of letting things unfold without intervention.
You may have your suspicions, your fears, you may even believe there is something, somewhere, terribly, drastically wrong, but because someone else is in charge, because there is a part of the system above you which you don't know, you don't question it, you even distrust your own doubts.