It is very easy to see the faults of others. We often look away from our own filthiness, perhaps in scorn, and we criticize the shortfalls of our peers. If two people are in a fight, most times each will tell what the other has done, but they seldom see their own mishaps. I cannot overstate the importance of seeing ourselves for who we really are, not trying to decorate our scorn but to own up to our present persons. It is only when we own up to who we are that we can make way for change. A person who is sick and doesn’t think they are will find no need for a doctor and will never be better. Similarly a person who cannot own up to their present state, can never accept, reroute and move on.