In the last lecture, Randy Pausch says there are three parts to saying I’m sorry:
1. I’m sorry. 
2. What can I do to make it up to you?
3. I promise I’ll never do it again. 
Tonight I sat with stillness for a while. It feels good to meditate now. I don’t know when it changed from a chore or a task to something I look forward to. 
It allows me to go deep. Tonight I recognized my need to forgive. And to be forgiven. All is well 🙂 just sitting with it quietly. Lovingly. 
Ho’oponopono
The beautiful Hawaiian prayer. it represents confession, repentance, mutual restitution and forgiveness.

I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I thank you. And I love you. 
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho%27oponopono