When we are driving a car and a small light goes on, on the vehicle’s screen, we are not indifferent to it.
Instead, if our car also has the appropriate sound, listening to the sound and seeing the light on, we all experience a first shock until we stop and check the vehicle.
I do not have in mind any reasonable person who would listen to the perplexing sound of the harm and danger signal, would see the light blinking and be indifferent to it! Even if the screen has ten or twenty or thirty lights and only one shows a problem, while the other 29 are ok. Instead, we are all rushing to know what might have happened and to take action if we have planned a very long journey.
This very direct reaction is characteristic of human life, which wants to move on to tomorrow without any, known at least, danger. And this also applies to a healthy living faith. When the person of faith hears the characteristic sound and finds that something is not going well in their everyday life, they owe to immediately seek a diagnosis for the problem and to repair the damage, especially if they have a distant and endless journey without return ahead of them.