The undoing entails a deep journey of facing guilt from seeming past memories. The storyteller seems to experience guilt from birth, and witnesses are brought to reflect the belief in guilt and its resulting weakness.
Aggression arises as attempts are made to push away guilt and shame by pushing away the brother who reminds you of your guilt. However, pushing away a brother does not remove the belief in the mind, but instead reinforces it and leads to a sense of unworthiness and loneliness. Disillusionment is experienced with the discovery that the world is based on a lie, but this brings with it a realization that this story need not be.
Through love, the guilt is to be exposed, leading to a sense of strength and certainty and the ability to stand up for truth with those who appear to be strong and have more authority in this world. In acting from truth, a relationship unfolds through which selfless love can be experienced. The Holy Spirit is always available as a reminder that love is ever present, and finally calls us home to finish the story.