My father told me that if you saw a man in a Rolls Royce you could be sure he was not a gentleman unless he was the chauffeur. [Earl of Arran]
One should try to preserve order among change, give room or leeway for change to order. Mature life refuses to be embalmed alive. [Alfred North Whitehead]
Art, like morality, consists in drawing the line somewhere. [Gilbert K. Chesterton]
The outcome of good work may or may not be pleasant. It depends on where you are and who you are with. Not all are fair. There is reason to highlight it, as well as the value of good and great adjustments.
Barn adjustments had better be in step with what's seasonal. Many things that occur around us are rhythmical by design. And some harvest joyfully and well.
The joys of fit linkages can bring about dance and play, not just right and stiff regulations from "over one's head". There is often more than one tune to play, and all are far from seasonal. And not all tunes are merry.