A good test of reality is asking yourself if you could go back and change anything—would you. My answer would be no, because right now my life has so much in it that yields perfection. And changing anything in the past risks that. (ref essay on how if your past self could see you now; the time in between would be pure bliss). Ergo, I need not wince or cringe at the things I have done in the past..it is existentially illogical to do so. Instead I need to look at them with as a witness, a witness of circuitous pathways towards the perfect present moment reality. And thus by extension you could argue that everything that was, is, and will be, is perfect, and it is simply a matter of wisdom and understanding to see how it is that it is perfect (ref: how philosophy embodies the underlying mechanism or assumption that being is good or that wisdom is good, that philosophy aims to see how it is things are good or for the best. justified good).