The breaking point of righting a wrong seems questionable, almost doubtful. Why would we need to take our time to figure out what our needs are when it comes to repenting. Is it true we need time or just the heart in order to repent? Is everything outside that is coinciding with our emotions leading us to repentance?
When it comes to experiencing a power of some sort, some force that we can't see that expels normality. Is it God? Does He attack us in such a way that it's possible to have the knowledge that it is He who is responsible? The wonder of it is that it promotes 'religion(s)' and denotes a 'Good God'. He is who He says He is but do we really know what we know. And do we know Him?
The things that get us trapped in the reality is that we don't focus on the outcome of that reality. Where will focusing on immorality, such as, fornication, greed, violence lead us? Is that real? Is your life as real to others where they must care what you are thinking? Or should you care what others think to the point of seeing-- your life is what you are living. What you see and feel, you take it as your own. You can only take care of the calling that others may seem to know and act like they have it all together, but in REALITY, it's just you and God to believe in that you can right your wrong.