Most every life is littered with memories that are unwanted. Black spots on an otherwise clean slate that constantly remind us we too are imperfect; that there are moments in our lives we wish could be undone. While it's near impossible to completely erase these thoughts from our minds we can accept what has happened is done and focus on a present solution to the problem at hand. Attempting to alter the past is a task that's too great for our minds to envelop; it simply can't be done. Focusing on what can is not only more reasonable, it's also liberating. No one can expect you to change what is done, but they can and should expect you to mend what is torn. Live everyday in a state that's better than the last; progress your being to correct what you, and only you, feel is wrong. Kindness shared is a thread of hope, honesty a needle, and patience the hand that mends.