The memoir "Let your past, make you better." Is about whatever's in the past is in the past, and how you can let your past change you. All the mistakes you make in life, shape you into the person you're supposed to be in my opinion. I chose this fall lake picture because it shows you the change in the colour of all the leaves. I think it really represents change well, because leaves are always changing. I lightened the picture a little because I thought it looked more appealing to the eye. I put the comma after "past" to emphasize the separation of your past, and now. How your past is in the past.