Watching Empire Strikes Back at the moment and this moment kind of stood out to me. Luke asks "But how am I supposed to know the good side from the bad?" to which Yoda replies "You will know. When you are calm. At peace. Passive." How do you think this exhange is reflected in the prequels? Anakin certainly doesn't detect Palpatine's true identity until Palpatine practically spells it out for him. Even Yoda can't see through the 'shroud' of the darkside, and perceive Sidious for who he truely is. Perhaps because Sidious cloaks his force use, or perhaps because he doesn't physically use the force when the Jedi are around (although I get the impression he never stops being in tune with the force really). Did Yoda fail by his own standards and learn from his mistake? Thoughts?