Dear the fact that maybe I’m not

Dear ____, I hope this letter reaches to you in good health. This is something that I want to get off my chest. I always see that you’re usually too busy with your duties, so I suppose that I couldn’t approach you well those times. Though we don’t see each often, we meet at unusual times. I believe that we were destined to meet, despite of the situation. It would be selfish off me to complain of my burdens, when so many suffer in wait. I know it took me awhile, but I realized something – I am afraid. Afraid of accepting the fact that maybe I’m not really cut out for the job that I’m expected to do. I’m sorry, I couldn’t be there for you when you needed someone. Guess it was hard for you, and now it’s going quite hard for me too. My heart was heavy with the thought of losing you. But to be with you again, even if only for a short while, it would mean the world to me. A chance to see you once more, even if it takes a sacrifice of one’s own life, a risk in the greater battles.Please, set your heart at rest. I shall do what I can to ease your suffering. I do not seek to guide you, but merely to stand beside you. I hope you trust that I will not rest until you know solace. I follow my calling, I will not halt my steps for anything else.Would that I could join you, but this moment will have to be enough. Regardless, I hope we can still continue to be good friends. The time we had together, I cherish.I swore an oath to stand with you and keep you safe. Whatever it takes, I will protect you. Part of me always hoped that I might see you happy one day. Your burdens lifted, free to live and love as you please.I have a favor to ask: take this note when you go. If you’re looking for the truth, then you know where to find me. Remember this:When the world falls down around you, and hope is lost, when you find yourself alone, amid a lightless place, look to the distance. Know that I am there, and that I watch over you always. Walk tall, with mind unclouded by doubt and will unmoved by fear. Godspeed, and take care. Farewell, my dear.