Expect nothing. Do what is appropriate with good will, and move on.
When you smothered your intuition in thought, and stopped living by the rawness of how things felt, you were fatigued out of being amazed by life.
Believe that every man is at his best and acts to the present level of his power of understanding. As must you, without complaint or distraction but ongoing rectification. Should you find toward your task that you stand alone with the uncommon division of labour, it should not constrain you thus to work still in the best interests of this great city. That you have carried out your role is the rightful course and this debt is not cancelled by aid or witness.