I saw some relation with Adi Da Samray’s quote “Relax. Nothing is under control“.
I also saw some relation with Leonard Cohen’s quote “Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.“ It seems the take away in all these messages is that we should stop trying to achieve best of the best performance or try to overly control our processes just because the performance goals dictate it and finally, let in some room for learning mistakes. It will get perfecter this way also, just might take a little longer, but then again, what’s the rush?