Imagine two professional shoplifters. One is agile, the other clumsy. Both do their best to steal as much as possible, but the agile thief is much better at his trade. Which shoplifter is more ethical? You could say the less skilled thief is more ethical, albeit by accident. He manages to steal less, so he causes less suffering in the world. In fact, the clumsy thief is so lousy at shoplifting he eventually has to get a real job.
Oftentimes, your seeming weaknesses or limits are actually of great benefit to you. Think of them as safety measures, guardrails that keep your life from jumping the tracks. Can you recognize the hidden benefits within your personal shortcomings?