Lay upon God your failures and mistakes and shortcomings. Do not dwell upon your failures, upon the fact that in the past you have been nearer a beast than an angel. You have a mediator between you and God - your growing faith -, which can lift you up from the mire and point you toward the heavens. You can still be reconciled with the spirit of God. You can still regain your harmony with the Divine Principle of the universe.
If you are an atheist like me, this blah-blah-blah religious stuff makes me restless, irritable and discontent. It's similar to many of the "stories" offered by members during their shares. I suppose it is inspiring to believers, but to non-believing addicts and alcoholics it seems an obvious surrender of personal accountability and responsibility. If not dealt with, this relatively insignificant annoyance can work itself into a sizeable resentment.
I'd like to offer a quick re-write.
Be honest about your failures and mistakes and shortcomings. This is necessary for you to decide what you can and should change in yourself, and in the people, places and things in your life. Do not dwell on your failures... they cannot be changed after the fact, and rob you of energy to pursue your future. As you make better decisions and take healthier actions you will be filled with CONFIDENCE and EVIDENCE (like faith) that your future will hold more rewards. Embrace the opportunity to reconcile with friends, family, and the human community - in this world, during this lifetime.
With regard to "Divine Principle"...capitalizing a couple of words does not make it a real thing. I encourage you to decide what principles you value and will orient your life toward. Living in harmony has a great deal to do with living true to your principles.
Have a sober day!