Here at 2:47, the guilt connected to people in a past rains down on the person standing in front of a judge. Guilt is a prison without bars. We put ourselves there for something we feel we owe. If no payment is due, then nothing is owed.
Facing you: Free yourself. No need to say you are sorry if you did nothing wrong. No need to say you are sorry if you did nothing wrong.
Facing away: Someone is going to ask you to accept a task that will leave you feeling you can’t accomplish. Decide to yourself mid-conversation to not accept the request, if you so desire.