We don't realize that we undervalue things so much.
We are surrounded by environments that make up life, in which we can Christianize them with perfect peace, or else we will be weakened by the environmental sins around us.
A little mistake is not to be worried about, it's all in God's great plan, just try to reaffirm that you can change those mistakes as soon as you recognize that they are mistakes, for they are indeed changeable and you do not have to commit yourself in order to prove yourself right when you are in fact wrong... it doesn't work that way!
On another thing, we've grown up with love and life as with "something to prove," in which we are convinced of our own view's correct nature, and passionate about anything we decide upon. This changes in life only in the decisions we make and in how we change those decisions upon information, the feelings we have about life, and our values.
Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.