I really need Microsoft, since my computer was fixed after getting IT online and a virus. I was mad at Bill for awhile, I thought he was responsible for the typos in my Honors Thesis, but realized later, that I must have not been focused enough to think twice about word choices, thought carefully planted for a sick reaction or one that does not complement the tone of the rest of my Honors Thesis. I learned to be very careful with my words from that point on, always seeking second reviews, just in case. Always be mindful of the thoughts and feelings of others, as I have, we do not always mean to insult others, but sometimes we do, and if there is compassion and understanding, then there will be forgiveness. People go through phases in life, sometimes thinking they are great and smart, or better than, or important, but at the end of the day we are all human. Don’t misinterpret the thoughts and feelings of others as directed toward you or about you, thats not how to move forward in life, thinking about others is called obsession. When you obsess over others, you forget your own thoughts, and do not focus as well, why they do not recommend dating within the first year of sobriety. Always fixate not on what gives you pleasure in life, but on what helps you focus and do well in life, that is how to achieve well in life, not by getting what you want, but by giving to the world in a way that what you get back is what you want to see, not what you think is deserved by others to feel or achieve in life, less than. We are all human, we all deserve happiness. There is limited understanding on the concept of forgiveness, based upon my understanding of inner circles, and successful people, there is little understanding of one another, and best understood as themselves not as acting apart of anyones interests. That is in my viewpoint how one becomes successful, by staying well for themselves, and when they are well enough for themselves, they are well enough to be there for others. That is a system, that is not for anyone to judge, the wellness of others.