A word spoken aloud, or an act performed a moment ago – or long ago – and heard or observed by someone else is not a thing that can be undone nor taken back.
A desire to retract, replace, or remove a word spoken aloud or an act observed involves personal integrity; or a continuation of one’s personal facade. In that regard one is found between the poles of cowardly courage or courageous cowardice.
Personal integrity is not the inherited dispensation of revered ancestors nor the flooded inundations of cultural norm. It is authored by one’s self and none other.
One who understands that he knows nothing takes personal integrity to its normalcy. One who believes and supposes his own integrity to be subject to the common acceptance and approval of peers lives off someone else’s magic and will die mistaken.
Such is the formation of why morality – thinking that one must be right or wrong with a thing – is not a valid theory.