The road in front of me stretched for what seemed like forever, and the more that I gaze at it, the longer it seems to get, if there is such a thing as a time greater than forever. Strangely, the thought doesn't comfort me at all, for it speaks of a lack of closure for the thing that constitutes my life right now, a constant state of denial, an escape from the pain.
Sometimes the road to self-forgiveness is an indirect and painful one, as one Sohryu Asuka Langley finds out, where you have to come to terms with your failings before being able to take the first steps in healing the wounds inflicted on the heart... A short dramatic piece that shows that redemption sometimes comes when you allow yourself to be redeemed.
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