This is the kind of humility and trust that Anakin has been denied since his arrival before the Jedi Council. Trust is earned, not easily given. And it's Anakin who should show humility for the Jedi masters, certainly NOT vice versa. Or even better, an excited Obi-Wan could have reported to the Council that the Chosen One had raced to Kamino to take care of this bounty hunter. I have no clue what you're talking about here... We get a Chosen One, but somehow the Jedi do not receive this gift. They are already all the Jedi they need. Anakin's special abilities are not just a gift, but a RESPONSIBILITY the force has burdened him with. Mr. Midichlorian didn't cause Anakin's existence just for fun, but because there was a task to be accomplished - and it was much more serious than to give the boy a chance to impress chicks with force tricks. That's exactely what the Jedi are trying to teach Anakin, and that's unfortunately exactely what he cannot get into his head. The Jedi are not willing to fit the Chosen One into their ideals of what a Jedi should be. Tradition used to be the answer, but now the Chosen One is right before their eyes, but they cannot give away/up what they have been taught and what they think they know. If Anakin only would stick to the Jedi traditions everything would go fine. All the problems are caused by his inability and unwillingness to do so. I am not saying it is someone else's fault Anakin turns to the Dark Side, but most assuredly he did not have any sort of Chosen One status, amongst his peers especially. What do you think the "chosen one" is? A title to brag about and to imress childish pincesses with? It's a RESPONSIBILITY and a BURDEN, and Anakin doesn't deserve any special status! The entire problem is that he (and you, obviously) believes that everyone around is just to follow his commands and to serve his will because QuiGon planted that stupid idea of a - as you call it - birthright in his head. That's why he's so arrogant and unwilling to take advice form others. First the Jedi thought they could contain any sort of things Anakin might be or might turn into, they thought they could control him and they thought they could handle him. Later, what they really come to terms with, inside themselves, is learning how to fight him. No more issues. Also a fall to the Dark Side on Anakin's part seems like a real big "I told you so;" looks like passivity to me, but it is par for the course for big-time Jedis. The only thing i can say is that ObiWan tried to protect Anakin form Anakin's own weaknesses and to keep him on the right path. As for the rest of this paragraph, i have again no idea what you're saying.