The accusations that cut us the deepest are the ones we have already aimed at ourselves hundreds of times before.
In the desert Moses faces the accusation that he's lording his power over the rest of the community for a job he tried to talk his way out of from the very beginning. He never wanted to be in charge in the first place.
Have you ever felt like an imposter and no amount of success or time has ever caused you to shake that reality? That's because feeling like an imposter gets worse with success and time, not better. How does God want us to face the idea that we're not worth our current life in the desert? What can be set right when we're willing to step out of feeling false and into the truth that God has made us enough for the life we live?