A wasp isn’t going to sting us for no reason.
If it does, it’s because it had cause to feel threatened. It thought it was in danger.
It might have been wrong about this. We might have meant it no harm.
But the error then is on the part of the wasp, not on us.
We can’t do anything about that.
There’s nothing inherently bad about wasps. External things aren’t good or bad. It’s just a judgment we make.
We choose to form that opinion and, like with any judgmement, we can choose to change it at any time.
We can let go of things outside of our control. We can let them be.
We can get on with our work.