But the conclusion shouldn’t be to not be good.
We need to be good, to inspire good actions. And even though our action were genuine, honest, true to our self, we need to act good anyway, even when we do it wrong.
Something will go wrong (I just experienced this because I naively behave without considering other people’s feeling), and our instinct will tell us “oh, it will be easier if you aren’t good” but that isn’t true. It’s our mind searching for shortcuts.
We can do it, it’s hard, but between good people we can do a lot.