The Companion

He’s a wonderful person, and he can’t help but feel glad that they aren’t friends. In fact, he’s glad that he doesn’t even have to follow such a person, because it would only make him feel poor in contrast.

It would be like standing next to the sun, and no one would see the speck of a shadow clouding the sun’s presence.

But he still has to give some sort of respect to his acquaintance, so he only commits each sin once – enough for him to not regret each one – and remains the same despite having walked more than enough miles to cover the whole world.

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