After a brief foray into a hiking blog, I had to remind myself that this is about knitting.
Sometimes in knitting, one little thing will stall your internal knitting machine, requiring more energy than you have in reserve to get going again. Taize is a slow go, hence its description as a meditative knit. It would be wrong to speed through meditation, so I accept it as the pattern's inherent nature. It's called Taize for a reason.
This is Taize being tinked back seven rows. You can barely see the issue hiding on the right side close to the needles. Three rows that incorporated a few inches of poorly dyed yarn produced a white line of stitches, which as my mother would have said, stuck out like a sore thumb.
If Taize is meditative going forward, it is doubly so moving backwards.