I did my usual walk through the center, shifting my eyes from person to person. Immediately, my attention was drawn to this man. He was sitting, alone, on a bench smoking. I could not see his face, but his hunched down position, and appearance, got the best of my curiosity. I went over and took his photo. I asked, “What is your biggest regret in life?” He answered, saying, “That I’m not more holy.” I had never heard this answer before. I was curious and I kept probing for details. “What do you exactly mean by this? Isn’t this something you can change? What have you noticed since making this change to being more holy?” All of these questions I asked and more. Without a doubt his answer was very interesting, as I had never heard it before. But it also brought up a question of my own. Just because someone regrets something in life, does it mean they can’t change it? For this man, the answer was no. Yes, he was not more “holy” before, but he made a change. He is going to “keep the commandments of God.” However, for some, the answer is no. They can never go back and change the past.