Thanks. I’m still confused trying to discern the lessons of the two stories, and your thoughts on them, to apply to my life in terms of whether to offer a type of “What ails thee?” question to a friend. We’ve been told that Parcival errs by not asking it, though you suggest that he still would have been able to heal the Grail King with his compassionate (?) nature. You also suggest that Lasso blunders by blurting the question out regardless of consequences (whatever they turned out to be), and that he shouldn’t have asked the question, instead of leading by example and allowing Rebecca to heal herself. Thus, in both cases, it sounds like you suggest it’s better to not directly ask the question and instead only demonstrate compassion. Am I reading you correctly? If so, why does your take differ from the traditional one in which we’re told Parcival failed by not asking the question?