Accuracy is when you take the time to do your work thoroughly, and without mistakes. There is a saying: There is never enough time to do it correctly, but there is always enough time to do it again. There is also a more subtle dimension, which is connected with good intuitive powers. Being in the right place at the right time is also a matter of accuracy. We all have a small voice within which tells us if something is not quite right. When you disregard that voice, then you do something inaccurate. When you do act upon that inner voice, you are usually pleasantly surprised at how well it turned out.
Accuracy also means to take the subtle cues which occur in many situations in life. These are subtle signs and signals which speak to us, but discreetly. If you are well-tuned you will notice, otherwise they will pass and you will feel a bit embarrassed because what you did was not accurate.
In nature, adaptability is the key to survival. A certain variety of white butterfly used to hide from its predators by sitting on the bark of a white tree. Due to pollution, those trees gradually became pink and the butterflies became clearly visible to birds.
Maintain the delicate balance of being true to ourselves and make the compromises necessary for appropriate adaptation to the new situation.
If you lose everything, you have to face that reality and adjust to new circumstances of simplicity or anonymity with stoicism and courage.