So I've been listening to You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay and something occurred to me. I have thought of this before but I never had a forum in which to ask the question, so I am asking here, seeing as many of you seem to be familiar with Louise Hay. If we are perfect, if we are to love ourselves unconditionally, how would we ever improve? I think I'm being realistic when I recognize that I have faults and that these faults hurt others, and that I would want to change these things about myself. How am I supposed to love the "jerk Layne," or the "lying Layne?" I am curious to know what more enlightened minds think about this.