One, I know I'm not perfect and I'm going to screw up.
Two, I will get depressed sometimes and I will always have regrets.
Three, I don't have to let these facts hold me down.
I don't have to be perfect. I just have to be me. When I screw up, I just need to accept it and move on. I can't let my fears and my scars and my past mistakes (and future mistakes) commit myself to my own personal ward. I need to break free and accept my human imperfections and my OCD/perfectionist tendencies as one part of myself.
There were a couple more things I learned from this movie.
One, I am talented and unique.
Two, I have family and friends who love me and support me.
Three, I can let loose, read, skip, laugh, breathe, and live.
Don't let your mistakes or your fears hold you down. Life is worth living. It really is.
Live the life you have imagined. ~ Henry David Thoreau