Justin Bieber is thinking about his future and, in order to realize what he truly wants in life, he had to take a hard look at his past actions.
In a heartfelt note posted Sunday on Instagram, the "Sorry" singer opened up about his many mistakes and what he's doing to set a better example now.
"I came from a small town in Stratford Ontario Canada. I didn’t have material things and was never motivated by money or fame I just loved music," the singer reflected in his open note. "But as I became a teenager I let my insecurities and frustrations dictate what I put my value in."
"My values slowly started to change. Ego and power started to [take over] and my relationships suffered because of it," Bieber, who then switched perspectives to look ahead to his future with wife Hailey Baldwin, continued.
Admitting he only seeks out "healthy relationships" now, the 26-year-old revealed he is constantly looking into improving himself.
"I want to be aware of my blind spots and learn from them," he confessed. "I want to give up my selfish desires daily so I can be a good husband and future dad!"
Bieber spent much of his Labor Day holiday weekend opening up to fans about what's important to him.
Also on Sunday, the "Yummy" singer shared a cover of K-Ci and JoJo's "All My Life," whose lyrics he seemingly directed towards Baldwin.
"Not sure I nailed the words but u get the vibe," he remarked in the caption.
The Grammy winner capped off his eventful weekend by debuting his new neck tattoo, a long-stemmed rose done by celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo.