It is inevitably true that "law is law." Locally speaking, nobody can change anything about it.
If you commit a crime illegally, such act must be interpreted as an "illegal act." Jurisprudentially, there are two concepts regarding act, 1) "legal act" and 2) "illegal act." Is there anything critical in these two concepts?
I hereinafter tell you that sins of omission should not be intentionally conducted by you disciples at all. I'd like you to imagine the following. Now, you concretely grasp and understand what you really need to do as my disciple. However, you consciously omit to do what you really need to do out of your self-centered omission. If you do so, there is no possibility to be an immaculate disciple of mine in the future.
Fundamentally, one of the things you should not experience is "to consciously commit sins of omission." Above all things, omission engenders evil. Conversely, evil engenders omission which inevitably causes the deterioration of your spiritual stage as my disciple. There is nothing fruitful or beneficial for you to do so.
I'd like you not to neglect anything you need to do as my disciple. I'd like you to cerebrally tell yourself, "Time creeps on silently."
There is no omnipotent being in this human society. What you need is taking action in accordance with holy instruction given.
Committing sins of omission is absolutely detrimental to you all. It will be impossible for you to inherit my blood, flesh and bones from the very core of my rationality.