"The Japanese Poet and author Kenji Miyazawa wrote, "we must embrace pain and burn it as fuel for our journey." My, that sounds profound, doesn't it? I find it a bit smug coming from a man who ostensibly suffered no great pain in his life. Still, maybe there's something to his words and since Cord killed Victor I've been willing to grab any lifeline that will help me endure this emptiness. I never imagined this kind of pain. Every day I pray he'll find a way out of Hell, that he'll come back to me. I could bring him back. I have the power. But if he's to be redeemed, he must do it himself. I just don't know how long I can wait. Am I wishing for more than is possible? I pray not. Sometimes it feels as if my sanity is like the sands of an hourglass, steadily slipping away. Embrace your pain? Yeah, talk to me about pain after you've walked in my shoes."– Morgan Windwalker

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