The Japanese saying "Genchi Genbutsu" suggests that to truly understand a situation, you have to go and see where the real work takes place. That's where the magic is.
Why go and see? Because the magic won't come to us. You must go to it. And just going isn't enough. When you go to see, you must bring the intention of curiosity and discovery.
The magic happens where it is messy. Where there is uncertainty, complexity, and conflict. The magic happens when you don't have all the answers.
And it matters.
You can stay here, where it's comfortable and makes sense, but soon you won't make sense to them. You won't have the magic anymore.